232 Jowy Boulivard
San Francisco, USA 55432
SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
• Advocate for disease control, analyzing specimens that hinder the health of the client
• Case Studies, Clinical Evaluation Studies, Program Implementation
• Flexible; Hardworking; able to move with minimal supervision
• Maintain code of decorum with excellent analyzing skills
• With positive attitude and a knack for problem-solving
• Team leader, able to manage groups in working evaluations and various tests
2005 Present Junior Clinical Research Scientist Texas Institute, El Paso, Texas
• Provide scientific input to the development of contingencies, where the emerging data require changes to individual studies under provisions enlisted within the hospital.
• Implement the amended diagnostics, evaluation and procedures needed in clinical research with basis on the provisions given by the hospital.
• Communicate findings to sub-team, clinical evaluations and various activities delivered by the hospital.
• Lead activities and optimize the performance of the workgroups.
• Monitor study progress such as client’s recruitment and protocol compliance.
• Study data listings and tables review, including scientific content and data validation.
• Track and manage studies to agreed timeline, budget and resource, highlighting significant variances within the study team.
• Train internal and external study personnel in study specific activities.
• Develop detailed study outlines and ensure medical and scientific input in study reports.
• Interpret data arising from studies and assess potential consequences for future protocols.
• Manage the delivery of clinical study protocols, study agreements, clinical study reports, applications and other study documentation such as newsletters and study presentations.
• Forecast timelines, budget, materials and resource and correlation with the data released upon CDC.
• Assist in completion work and the development of clinical research and development procedures.
• Recommend choice of study placement and participate in negotiations within the different elements under hospital management.
University of Arizona, Arizona (2006)
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