You can find the cures you know are out there. At UCLA Health, you make it happen as part of a groundbreaking Research team, working to understand hundreds of medical disorders and improving processes for dozens of procedures across the globe.
The Translational Clinical Supervisor is primarily responsible for the coordination of research activities in Clinical Research Unit (CRU) within the Division of Hematology/Oncology under the direction of the investigators, Faculty Director of the Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center CRU, and the senior management team (Director of Research, Medical Director, and Director of Finance and Administration). You will be responsible for ensuring that protocol procedures have been completed accurately, safely, and in a timely manner. This includes the responsibility for research assessment and patient intervention under the supervision of the Principal Investigator. All relevant regulatory and Good Clinical Practice guidelines must be adhered to in addition to ensuring the timely coordination and completion of study related procedures for which the coordinator is responsible. Further, you participate in patient recruitment and enrollment, data collection, source documentation, quality assurance, regulatory submissions of events as needed, protocol dissemination to health care professionals (via in-services and meetings), patients and family members. This position also entails responsibilities related to budget development and preparation for studies, drug accountability and review.
DR. ISLA GARRAWAY
UCLA has incredible resources and a team science approach. The ability to work with collaborative teams and access the amazing resources around campus is the best part about being at UCLA.
UCLA is very diverse in its personnel as well as its many research fields studied