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The University of Vermont Cancer Center is growing! We are a dedicated team working across disciplines, organizations, and expertise to achieve excellence in research, education, clinical care, and community outreach.

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Staff Positions

Clinical Trials Office

At the UVM Cancer Center, we host over 140 clinical trials in any given year because clinical trials are often the best option for cancer patients. What is the standard of care today was likely a clinical trial 10 years ago. Join the team that facilitates all aspects of clinical trials at the University of Vermont. 

These roles are administratively based at the Larner College of Medicine at the University of Vermont:

Ensure data for oncology clinical trials is accurate, complete, and entered in a timely manner, so that data generated for publication is valid, high-quality, reliable, and statistically sound. Works closely with and provides user support to all clinical trials research and administrative staff, including the Principal Investigator (PI), Clinical Research Coordinators (CRC), Research Advance Practice Provider (RAPP), Data Coordinators (DC), Regulatory Coordinator (RC) and Biostatistician. Prioritizes and specifies product enhancements and requirements to Forte Research personnel. Serves as the central point of contact in the absence of the Oncore CTMS Supervisor. Maintains congruence between local CTMS and National Cancer Institute (NCI) databases. Develop, validate, amend, and analyze electronic case report forms (eCRF) in accordance with the protocol. Report on the study progress as it relates to Investigator Initiated Trial (IIT) data and the Data Safety Monitoring Committee (DSMC).

Oversight and responsibility for staffing and operational aspects of the University of Vermont Cancer Center’s Clinical Trial Office. Oversees UVM clinical research coordinators, protocol development, and regulatory staff. Serve as primary liaison with network of affiliated hospitals and physician practice groups.

Provide support for the regulatory aspects of clinical trial participation at the University of Vermont Cancer Center. Prepare and track regulatory documentation. Provide guidance and subject matter expertise to other members of the research team for regulatory and compliance aspects of conducting clinical research. Maintain documentation in compliance with federal and local regulations, and distribute materials to local and affiliate sites.

These roles are administratively based at the University of Vermont Medical Center:

Develop, establish, monitor, and ensure on-going compliance to quality standards for the conduct of all cancer clinical research studies within The University of Vermont Cancer Center Clinical Trials Office (UVMCC CTO) and network affiliates. Develop and implement a quality management program related to the execution of clinical trials and monitoring adherence to policies and applicable regulations. Assist with the development and implementation of organizational corrective and preventive action plans and Standard Operating Procedures based on internal and external monitoring and audit findings. Identify areas needing additional training and education and assisting with the development of those resources. Evaluate the effectiveness of the quality assurance program and provide regular updates to the UVMCC CTO Director, Medical Director, and cancer center leadership. Develop and implement a cancer center clinical trials program orientation for new physicians, investigators, research coordinators, and lead cancer clinical trials education initiatives. Conduct quality assurance monitoring to ensure compliance to clinical trials quality standards at UVMCC CTO and network affiliates. Oversee UVMCC Data and Safety Monitoring Committee (DSMC) operations.