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Translational Research Coordinator Translational Immunopathology group led by Dr Mary Canavan



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The Translational Immunopathology group led by Dr Mary Canavan (https://www.tcd.ie/Biochemistry/people/CANAVAM1/) is housed within the School of Medicine and School of Biochemistry and Immunology, Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute, Trinity College Dublin.

We are to seeking to appoint a full-time Translational Researcher Coordinator to participate in the clinical and translational research activities of the research group. The candidate will work closely with clinicians and clinical researchers in St James Hospital in addition to translational researchers in Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute.


Standard Duties and Responsibilities of the Post

  • Screening of research participants for protocol eligibility, discussing details of research programme to potential participants, and participating in the informed consent process.

  • Collect, process and transport blood/tissue specimens from research clinics to TBSI.

  • Plan and coordinate strategies for increasing research participant enrolment, and/or improving clinical research efficiency.

  • Maintain accurate documents related to all research procedures.

  • Responsible for accurate and timely data collection, documentation, entry, and reporting.

  • Participates in required training and education programmes.


To apply:

  • Applicants should have an honours undergraduate degree at 2.1 level (or above) in any nursing or biology-related subject. (Essential)

  • Excellent Communication skills (Essential)

  • Experience in clinical research environments (Desirable)

  • Trained in Phlebotomy (Desirable)


Please submit a cover letter and CV (include the names and contact details of 2 referees) to: canavam1@tcd.ie


Further information:


Deadline: 31st May 2024


More details on the role can be found in the document below:

Translational Research Coordinator Canavan April 2024
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