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Job Title: Clinical Research Coordinator / Biostatistician
Job Number:
Organization: Athens Orthopedic Clinic
Posted: 12/12/2018
Type: Full-Time
Classification: Biostatistics
Industry: Government
Number of Openings: 1
Location: Athens,  GA    USA
Compensation: 59,000
Position Description: Contributes to the data analysis, reporting, and writing up of results for publication.

Interfaces with research participants, determines eligibility and consents study participants according to protocol for a device clinical trial in a trauma setting at Piedmont Athens Regional Medical Center.

Collects data using the device, directly from the subject, from medical records, and during surgical procedures.

Transcribes data from the data collection forms to electronic case report forms.

Responsible for the management, cleaning, and tracking of the devices. Ensures compliance with research protocols, reviews case report forms and audits for accuracy with source documents, attends monitoring meetings with sponsors.

Prepares regulatory submissions and adverse event reports.

Adheres to Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Good Clinical Practices (GCP), Good Laboratory Practices (GLP), and infection control procedures.

Position entails being on-call including nights and weekends.

Qualifications: - Masters Degree in Biostatistics or Epidemiology with 1-2 years experience in biostatistics on clinical trials.

- Experience with multi-level modeling in biostatistics.

- Clinical experience in a hospital would be beneficial.

Organization Description: Study Title: Evaluating the Diagnostic Performance of Near Infrared Spectroscopy (NIRS) in the Setting of Acute Compartment Syndrome (ACS) in Traumatized Lower Extremities

This study is a device trial uses a near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) light sensor to measure the oxygenation levels in the legs of subjects injured with a high energy impact. The NIRS technology allows for direct and continuous monitoring of oxygenation levels to assess for a disease called acute compartment syndrome (ACS). ACS is caused by a lack of oxygen reaching the muscles in the leg compartments. The NIRS system would allow for a completely non-invasive and accurate way to diagnose ACS compared to the subjective and often invasive methods currently in use by physicians as standard of care.

Closing Date: 3/12/2019
Desired Starting Date:
Contact Name: Chevas Yeoman,  Clinical Research Coordinator / Biostatistician
Contact Location: 1765 Old West Broad St.
Bldg 2, Suite 200
Athens   GA  30606
United States
Contact Location: 1765 Old West Broad St.
  Bldg 2, Suite 200
  Athens   GA  30606
  United States
Contact Phone: 4049310559 
Contact Fax:
Contact Email: Chevas.NIRS@gmail.com
Web Address:
How to Apply: Send a cover letter and CV to Chevas.NIRS@gmail.com.

Additional Information: My name is Chevas Yeoman and I am former UGA CPH MPH (’12) graduate and now I am a program manager for an ongoing Department of Defense funded device clinical trial. This is the second trial in this device approval project and I was a research coordinator in Athens and Atlanta my last semester of my MPH and for the following 18 months during the first trial. I found that on the MPH list-serv and now I have come full circle looking for people like myself who enjoy a hands- on clinical experience with plenty of opportunity to contribute to the project with any biostatistical skills that may be of interest to your career path. The position will be in Athens and require proximity to Piedmont Athens Regional Medical Center to respond to on-call trauma cases that fit eligibility. If you have any interest and wish to apply and gain more information, please respond to this post with a cover letter and your resume to Chevas.NIRS@gmail.com.

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