• Coordinator-Clinical Research Tissue

    Location US-TN-Memphis
    Posted Date 3 months ago(10/17/2019 11:14 AM)
    Position Code
    Regular Full-Time
    BCRI BCC Research
  • Overview and Responsibilities

    The tissue procurement coordinator works under general supervision and is responsible for the coordination of biospecimen (tissue, blood, urine samples) acquisition from oncology research subjects in accordance with Good Clinical Practice Guidelines, federal, and sponsor regulations and guidelines, BMHCC and BCRI policies and procedures. The tissue procurement coordinator will be responsible for the collection, processing and shipping of biospecimen according to research protocol specifications. Critical to this function is effective communication with research coordinators and developing key relationships with various departments and surgeons. The tissue procurement coordinator will also ensure that all biospecimen related data is entered in an accurate and timely manner, maintain an internal database of all research biospecimen, and assist in the development of biospecimen handling and storage standard operating procedures. Other duties may be performed as assigned..



    Minimum Requirement

    Preferred / Desired



    2years direct experience in nursing or operating

    Room setting

    1 year tissue procurement experience

    4 years tissue procurement experience

    4 years direct experience in nursing or

    operating room setting

    1 year clinical research



    High School Diploma

    Associate’s Degree or equivalent

    years of experience

    Certified Surgical Technologist




        Special Skills


    Knowledge of Medical Terminology

    Computer literate

    Experience with Microsoft Office

    General office equipment


    Knowledge of FDA, GCP and ICH guidelines

    Regarding clinical research



    LIP, Surgery Tech or other medical




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