Responsible to provide clinical data management support for TDNCC clinical studies. Perform data management responsibilities from study concept development through closure, including data collection, tracking and cleaning, study material development, study closeout activities, and external lab and vendor liaison responsibilities. Participate in unit infrastructure development. Provide training and mentoring to junior level clinical data management staff.
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- Bachelor's Degree in a scientific discipline or related field.
- Minimum of four (4) years experience in clinical study operations, including at least three (3) years of clinical data management.
- Understanding of relational database principles.
- Minimum two (2) years experience creating specifications for all aspects of a database build.
- Master's Degree in a scientific discipline
- Experience using MediData Rave, MS Access.
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