Clinical Research Coordinator -- Survey, Recruitment, and Biospecimen Collection Shared Resource (SRBSR) -- Georgetown University Medical Center

Updated: about 2 months ago
Location: La Center, WASHINGTON
Job Type: FullTime

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Clinical Research Coordinator -- Survey, Recruitment, and Biospecimen Collection Shared Resource (SRBSR) -- Georgetown University Medical Center

Georgetown’s Survey, Recruitment, and Biospecimen Collection Shared Resource (SRBSR)  provides advice and consultation services on most of the components of study implementation. SRBSR can assess the number of available cases, the feasibility of accrual, and biospecimen availability as part of planning new applications. SRBSR also consults investigators survey design, measures for use in patient surveys, subject tracking and data management, and regulatory issues; and advises investigators on the choice of available, validated survey instruments and items for capturing patient-reported health data based on the objectives of each study.

Job Overview

The Clinical Research Coordinator serves as a primary Clinical Research Coordinator for activities related to the Survey, Recruitment, and Biospecimen Collection Shared Resource (SRBSR) Resource at Georgetown University Medical Center (GUMC), with a primary responsibility to recruit patients to the SRBSR Institutional Review Board (IRB) approved protocol, the Georgetown MedStar Research Registry (GMR2), and other IRB approved protocols administered by the SRBSR.

The Clinical Research Coordinator is responsible for screening clinic schedules, obtaining informed consent on all eligible and interested participants, administering study related questionnaires, biospecimen acquisition and delivery, data entry, maintenance of records.  As well, they manage patient follow-up and triage patients into relevant related studies, fully document all procedures, and conduct routine quality assurance checks; and administer data requests and reports to the SRBSR Director as needed. Very importantly, they perform all functions in accordance with Georgetown University Medical Center’s philosophy, policies, procedures and standards.

Work Interactions

Reporting directly to the SRBSR Director, the Clinical Research Coordinator interacts with the following:

  • SRBSR Clinical Research Coordinators
  • SRBSR Database Manager
  • Principal Investigators, Physicians, Clinicians, Infusion Nurses and hospital staff
  • Georgetown University Institutional Review Board
  • GUMC Shared Resources including TCBSR and HTSR
  • Study sponsors and study monitors


  • Bachelor’s degree in a scientific or health related field
  • At least 2 years of experience in clinical research
  • Experience with interactive databases, Microsoft, and EHR systems
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills, analytical abilities, and interpersonal skills Ability to work independently and function within a team
  • Strong attention to detail and ability to prioritize competing responsibilities

Preferred qualification

Phlebotomy experience

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Georgetown University offers a comprehensive and competitive benefit package that includes medical, dental, vision, disability and life insurance, retirement savings, tuition assistance, work-life balance benefits, employee discounts and an array of voluntary insurance options. You can learn more about benefits and eligibility on the Department of Human Resources website .

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