Clinical Research Coordinators

The Henry Ford Hospital Clinical Research Coordinators (CRCs) have nearly 60 cumulative years of research experience. Working as a cohesive team, they assist in all aspects of the creation and management of research-related projects. The day-to-day activities of CRCs include: study start-up, IRB submission, case report form design, budget formulation, database development and maintenance, data abstraction, screening, recruitment, and manuscript writing support under the direction of the Principal Investigator. The Neuroscience CRCs support clinical research involving human subjects both in observational studies and clinical trials.

Additional CRC responsibilities:

  • Ensures study compliance with local and federal laws and regulations
  • Recruits and screens potential study participants and triages referred patients
  • Creates and/or maintains all study-related documents and records
  • Acts as a point of reference for study participants by answering questions and informing them of study progress
  • Records adverse event and side effect data and confers with investigators regarding event reporting to oversight agencies
  • Manages study-related inventory of equipment and supplies
  • Attends meetings, events and seminars to promote studies
  • Collects specimens and inputs data and patient information into electronic systems
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