Henry Ford Health System Coordinator-Research Compliance Full time- Research Administration in Detroit, Michigan
Research Compliance is centralized to Research Administration at the main campus.
The Research Compliance Coordinator has administrative responsibility for our institutional research compliance committee(s).
The position is responsible for ensuring that HFHS research activities comply with federal, state, local, and HFHS regulations and policies for the conduct of research involving animal and human studies.
Ensures the efficient committee operations which include writing meeting agendas, recording minutes, writing correspondence, maintaining quality data in the compliance database, and monitoring approval period lapses.
Generates information that is reported out to departments, the committee(s), and Henry Ford Medical Group (HFMG) leadership.
The Research Compliance Coordinator is knowledgeable of federal agency, state, local, and HFHS guidelines, and ensures that this information is disseminated out to the research community.
Also responsible for ensuring that the appropriate training occurs for researchers and committee members as required by federal regulations.
Develops and/or implements education modules, standard operating procedures and policies for the research community.
Bachelors Degree required.
Masters Degree preferred.
Minimum of 3 years experience required.
Minimum of 4-5 years experience preferred.
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