We are seeking a Research Nurse Specialist who will be a member of the Department of Site and Study Management (DSSM). This position will report directly to the Senior Director of DSSM and will play an integral role in the research of breast and colorectal cancer.
Provide clinical expertise when appropriate to both DSSM staff and DSSM member institutions.
Assist with the facilitation of new Phase I, II, and III industry funded clinical trials throughout the life of the trial from concept through development and launch.
Act as a clinical resource to answer queries regarding all aspects of the clinical trial.
Conduct medical reviews, determine protocol eligibility, and review adverse events and reporting when applicable.
Participate in the development of educational programs for DSSM member institutions.
Medical, dental and vision insurance
Short/Long term disability insurance
Long-term care insurance
Paid holidays and vacation
Interested candidates should submit a resume and salary requirements to: email@example.com
3-5 years Oncology research experience
Ability to work independently with minimal supervision on multiple projects
Knowledge of regulatory standards, FDA and GCP for industry trials
Current RN license in the state of PA
Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications
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About NSABP Foundation, Inc.
The NSABP Foundation is a not-for-profit academic research organization with a 60-year history of conducting ground-breaking research studies in breast and colorectal cancer. The NSABP Foundation is an outgrowth of the National Surgical Adjuvant Breast and Bowel Project, instituted in 1958 as part of the National Cancer Institute's clinical trials program. In its history the NSABP has enrolled more than 110,000 women and men in clinical trials in breast and colorectal cancer. We have research sites at nearly 700 major medical centers, university hospitals, large oncology practice groups, and health maintenance organizations in the United States, Canada, and Ireland. At those sites and their satellites, about 5000 physicians, nurses, and other medical professionals conduct NSABP treatment and prevention trials.