Clinical Research Coordinator: Columbia University Center for Women’s Genetics

Clinical Research Coordinator Columbia University Center for Women’s Genetics

TrialSite suggests Clinical Research Coordinators are the backbone of research, the core support staff that help make studies possible and hence the advancement of medicine itself. Join this prestigious academic research center as a Clinical Research Coordinator, reporting to the Principal Investigator(s) and Clinical Research Manager of federally and industry sponsored research for the Center for Women’s Genetics within the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology.  Plan an integral role in the coordination and implementation of clinical trials involving human subject research. Work with pregnant women presenting for genetic evaluation in the ambulatory setting.

Columbia Center for Women’s Genetics

Overall, Women’s Genetics at Columbia University is led by Dr. Ronald Wapner and dedicates its effort to genetic concerns throughout a women’s lifespan, relating to conception, pregnancy management, and women’s health. The group partners with other Columbia departments, such as Columbia Fertility Clinic, Maternal-Fetal Medicine, Family Planning, and their Gynecologic Oncology services. This department within Columbia University evaluates, educates, and supports women, their partners and their family members seeking genetic consultation.


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