The Data Manager (DM) works closely with the multidisciplinary project team across the lifecycle of the study to ensure data management is thoughtfully planned and delivered in a consistent, timely and high-quality manner. The DM is a key contributor to project success through development and utilization of innovative tools to help automate manual tasks and identify data trends in a timely fashion and in collaboration with project peers, i.e. biostatisticians, statistical programmers, and clinical operations personnel. The DM also independently performs and oversees completion of data management tasks to ensure that the clinical database design supports study outcomes; proactively monitors and cleans clinical data so as to mitigate risks; effectively communicates data-related problems and proposed solutions to investigators; and ensures that data management activities follow all currently applicable industry and regulatory standards and study-specific procedures.
Provides leadership in devising and designing data management processes which will support high integrity and quality of each study. Manages database design, development, testing, and validation for new studies. Has the expertise to work independently and mentor/lead others in these tasks. Provides technical expertise for developing, monitoring, and maintaining multiple databases or applications and diagnoses and resolves data management problems and issues.
Responsible for data management activities for clinical studies, including the following:
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