Science & Research Careers at Lifespan

GU Oncology Clinical Research Analyst/Program Coordinator Job

Job Number: TMH14516

Job Title: GU Oncology Clinical Research Analyst/Program Coordinator

Department: 2MHON Bakalarski HCC - 7821007

Facility: The Miriam Hospital

Location: Providence, RI

Bachelors in relevant discipline is required. Masters Degree preferred.

Experience as a research analyst including knowledge of a statistical programming language (e.g. SAS, Stata, R) is preferred.

Excellent computer skills and familiarity with applied statistics.

May require valid driver’s license where grant requires travel outside of hospital.


Three or more years progressively more responsible relevant experience, depending on size and complexity of program(s). Experience should demonstrate familiarity with design, development, and maintenance of clinical databases, design and conduction of statistical analyses, leadership skills, and ability to prepare research summary reports for use in grant applications, presentations, and manuscripts.

Reports to the Manager of the Lifespan Oncology Research Office. Works collaboratively with the Director of Urologic Oncology, the Director of Urologic Oncology Research, and Lifespan Cancer Institute staff to promote clinical research activity in genitourinary cancer. In accordance with established policies and procedures, the incumbent is responsible for the operation of research programs, including clinical database management, statistical analysis, preparation of research summary reports, recruitment, implementation programs, processes, and outcome evaluation of the program.

Organizes and implements the protocol of the project. Assists in coordinating clinical research projects, including regularly functioning as research assistant and research analyst to perform related activities which may include: development and maintenance of clinical databases, design and conduction of statistical analyses, review records, identify patients meeting eligibility criteria, establishing and maintaining research records for study participants, review medical records to abstract information, administer standardized tests and entering data into computerized database.