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Clinical Research Scientist – Cellular Therapy Oncology

Careerbuilder US

This is a Contract position in Seattle, WA posted July 30, 2020.

Clinical Research Scientist
– Cellular Therapy Oncology 1.

Review of clinical data within eCRF system, patient profiles, etc.

to issue queries and clean data from clinical perspective.


Conduct review of ongoing summary data including: safety, primary efficacy variables, and laboratory data.


Assist the Clinical Research Physician to interface with project team members including: Clinical Operations, , Statistics, Drug Safety, Regulatory, and Project Management.Data Management 4.

Prepare or assist with preparation of presentations or key documents e.g.

investigator brochures, regulatory submission documents, internal or external presentations, etc.


Protocol preparation (writing, reviewing, amending and cross-functional facilitation as appropriate).


Clinical study report preparation.


Review literature and prepare summary documents for inclusion in protocols regulatory submission documents, etc.


Participate and/or lead team meetings as required.

IN MANAGER’s WORDS, the top 3 requirements are: 1.

Clinical/Medical background and experience as a Clinical Research Scientist (not laboratory or bench science) 2.

Must have at least two years of direct HEMATOLOGY/ONCOLOGY experience in a Clinical Research and Development capacity, experience in cellular therapy (CAR T) a PLUS.


Must be able to function independently.

Job Requirements: Skills/Knowledge Required 1.

Candidate must have experience working on clinical trials as a Clinical Research Scientist from a sponsor’s perspective.


Must have at least two years of direct HEMATOLOGY/ONCOLOGY experience in a Clinical Research and Development, Clinical Science capacity.


Must have experience performing data review in HEMATOLOGY/ONCOLOGY indications (note, this position is different in scope from a CRA position or clinical operations).


Experience in performing review of clinical trial data in order to identify trends in safety or efficacy data.


Ability to function independently in data review to identify discrepancies in clinical trial data and to write queries from a medical perspective.


Familiarity with Medidata, RAVE, J-review or other clinical databases or other data review tools (patient profiles, listings) would demonstrate the candidate’s familiarity with the scope of work.


Some experience in medical writing such as authoring or co-authoring documents such as protocol, clinical study report, investigators brochure, patient narrative 8.

Ability to communicate medical or clinical information to a physician.


Ability to understand clinical trial publications and disease state(s) under investigation.


Degree in life sciences.