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As a Clinical Research Associate II in the Neuropsychology Section of the Psychology Department, you will support Faculty Investigators examining cognitive outcomes related to treatment for childhood catastrophic diseases and evaluating interventions addressing these issues. Studies focus primarily on brain tumor, leukemia, and sickle cell disease.
The ideal candidate will have training and experience in cognitive testing (typical batteries for testing include measures of intelligence, attention, memory, and parent report measures). Attention to detail and organizational skills are essential in coordinating data across multiple disciplines and collaborating sites.
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital has a great need for a future opportunity in the Infectious Disease Department. Currently, we are seeking a Senior Coordinator- Clinical Research Operations RN/non RN (Regulatory) to join our team. This is a great opportunity to contribute to St. Jude’s mission to find cures for pediatric cancer furthering our founder’s dream that “no child should die in the dawn of life. “The goal of the Department of Infectious Diseases at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is to study devastating diseases of childhood through a comprehensive approach including basic science research, translational trials, and bedside care.
As a Clinical Research Associate-RN III reporting to the Director of the Division of Anesthesiology, you will provide support to our faculty-initiated studies. When a faculty member has new project ideas, you are there to assist with research and proposals while also attending stakeholder meetings. Research has been focused on pain management, yet the scope of projects is about to expand with your help. Other responsibilities include enrolling and educating participants on active studies, updating databases, reviewing research findings, and developing patient safety initiatives. You will enjoy this job if you have a passion for quality and safety as well as a desire to drive studies forward in the clinical research arena. Take the first step to join our team by applying now!
The Department of Global Pediatric Medicine (GPM) is a new and growing department looking for professionals who are eager to help implement the mission of taking St. Jude to the world by training the clinical workforce, developing and strengthening health systems and patient-centered initiatives, and advancing knowledge to sustain continuous improvement through research. GPM is seeking a Clinical Research Associate II- NACHO.
The North American Consortium for Histiocytosis (NACHO) was formed in July 2014 by clinicians and scientists from twelve North American institutions dedicated to developing a research infrastructure to effectively implement clinical and translational studies and conduct biological research of histiocytic diseases. While many other initiatives will be developed and executed in the future, one of our aims is to rapidly design and implement high-impact clinical trials. NACHO currently has over 60 member sites, and 4 clinical trials in progress. The NACHO Operations Center is housed at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, TN.
Are you ready to join St. Jude Children's Research Hospital? Well this may be the opportunity for you! As a member of the Epidemiology & Cancer Control clinical research team, you will serve as the protocol expert for assigned clinical trials. Our goal is to improve the lives of pediatric cancer survivors through clinical research related to late effects of cancer treatment. Your primary responsibilities will include coordinating the day-to-day activities of a new research study, consenting and enrolling study participants, as well as coordinating with other team members across multiple institutions. Take the first step to join our team by applying now! NOTE: This is a grant-funded position.
The Comprehensive Cancer Center at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is recruiting multiple program manager positions to support ongoing growth of strategic, operational, and scientific activities that advance our goals and mission.
Working in the Office of the Cancer Center Director and Executive Vice President, we believe that this is an exciting role for someone who wants to develop project plans and provide support for impactful and forward-thinking scientific and administrative projects. Cancer Center program managers will report to an experienced administrative director and apply their research and communication skills to synthesize data and disseminate information to help drive innovative programmatic initiatives and improve processes. Communications and writing skills and ability to coordinate and manage cross-functional teams will be important to help advance collaborative projects.
Our mission is to advance research and cures for children with cancer. In this role, you will have the opportunity to contribute to this mission as a part of a cohesive and talented Cancer Center Administration team; work on C-suite level projects; collaborate with world-renowned scientists, clinicians, and thought leaders; contribute new ideas in an open and engaging environment; and continue developing skills for your career goals. To support ongoing growth in activities led through the Cancer Center, our team is growing, and the Program Manager is a new role for our team. As such, it will provide you with the potential to shape the position and explore opportunities to contribute in new areas.
St. Jude department of Epidemiology & Cancer Control is searching for a Senior Coordinator of Clinical Research Operations to join the team. This team works on one of the world’s most robust survivorship studies collecting critical longitudinal data. You will play a key role in coordinating both survey-based and intervention studies. Primarily, you will manage important project activities and timelines, prepare data reports, and submit regulatory documents. As the Senior Coordinator of Clinical Research Operations and as a member of the Epidemiology & Cancer Control team, you are an integral leader for studies that impact both survivors and current patients. Take the first step to join our team by applying now! **This is a grant funded position.**
As a Clinical Research Nurse, you will be joining a dynamic team of care providers who facilitate active protocols within St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. In this role, you will work primarily with leukemia/lymphoma patients, an on a variety of St. Jude sponsored, industry and Children's Oncology Group studies.
This unique opportunity is a balanced blend of patient interaction, management, and collaborative research. You will have a variable caseload of patients with whom you will ensure compliance and build roadmaps of treatment, then work with your physician and other St. Jude Nursing teams to ensure your patients’ needs are met and to ensure protocol compliance. You will work under the supervision of the Manager of Clinical Trials Operations for the Hematological Malignancy Program, which is part of the St. Jude Comprehensive Cancer Center. You will stay informed of all regulatory needs, corresponding frequently with the IRB. Current studies include both prospective and retrospective studies. Some studies are in the process of being developed and you can help shape these. You will also work on collaborative studies, interfacing with other departments to schedule appointments and follow up with study participants.
Here at St. Jude, we set the standard in patient care, and we encourage applicants who match the caliber of our work. If you have a collaborative spirit, are passionate about research, and thrive in a fast-paced, changing environment, we’d love to have you apply.
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital has spent more than a half century conducting research into catastrophic diseases in children, including cancer, hematological disorders and various infections (e.g. pandemic viruses and HIV). St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is the only National Cancer Institute designated Cancer Center that is dedicated solely to the research and treatment of pediatric malignancies. The mission of the Comprehensive Cancer Center at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital is to advance cures and means of prevention for pediatric cancer, the leading cause of disease-related death in children aged 1 to 14 years. The St. Jude Comprehensive Cancer Center supports several multidisciplinary research programs that are organized with the specific intent of translating basic science discoveries into curative therapies for children with cancer, while minimizing long-term side effects.
Multimodal Functional Brain Imaging in Pediatric Cancer: St. Jude is highly motivated to develop a novel research program to acquire cognitive and psychosocial data pre- and post-cancer therapy, for characterizing and predicting the effect of cancer and cancer-therapy on sensory, perceptual, cognitive and emotional aspects of brain function and behavior, and for developing interventions with brain modulation and stimulation techniques to reverse the adverse cognitive effect of pediatric cancer. This new program would heavily rely on the application of multimodal functional brain imaging which requires highly sophisticated imaging techniques, such as functional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), functional Near Infrared Spectroscopy (fNIRS), electro/magnetoencephalography (EEG/MEG) and brain stimulation combined with novel experimental paradigms. In addition, novel computational neuroscience and artificial intelligence methods including functional and effective connectivity, causality modeling, real-time imaging, brain-computer interfaces and neurofeedback would be key tools for scientific investigation and translational intervention in this new research program.
The Department of Biostatistics at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is thrilled to announce a key opportunity for a Project Manager who will serve as the Co-Assistant Director of the Pediatric Brain Tumor Consortium (PBTC, www.pbtc.org) Operations Biostatistics and Data Management Core (OBDMC). Now in its 22nd year, the PBTC is a National Cancer Institute funded early phase clinical trials consortium based in Memphis, TN. The participating 15 academic centers and children's hospitals are responsible for the diagnosis and treatment of a large percentage of children with primary brain tumors in the United States and Canada. The OBDMC is housed within the Department of Biostatistics and is composed of Clinical Trials and Information Technology professionals as well as biostatisticians and administrative, financial and grant personnel.
The PBTC Project Manager will report directly to the Executive Director of the OBDMC and will play a critical role in managing the activities of the OBDMC. The Project Manager will be responsible for establishing and meeting timelines for clinical trial development and activation. This role will also manage other PBTC projects, ensuring that the activities progress through all functional working groups within the OBDMC and elsewhere from start through completion. The Project Manager will function as a liaison between the OBDMC and PBTC Member Institutions, with various departments at St Jude, NCI CTEP and the Pediatric Central IRB, with industry sponsors, foundations and other advocacy agencies as well as with vendors as required.
Applicants should have four years of direct work experience in clinical oncology research. Familiarity with NCI or NIH Clinical Trial processes and procedures as well as grant funded research mechanisms is highly desirable. While an on-site team member is preferred, a fully remote role will be considered for exceptional candidates.
If you would like to pursue a role where you can work with murine models and are interested in scientific research, then this Husbandry Technician- I position is for you! This position contributes to developing treatments for diseases and new methods of diagnosis that fall in line with the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital's mission statement "Finding Cures. Saving Lives."
Much of the responsibilities for the Husbandry Technician -I will involve routine tasks essential to the care and welfare of murine models, including:
- Operating under close supervision and maintaining regular, non-specialized murine model housing areas in a neat and orderly manner
- Performing regularly scheduled cage changing in non-specialized murine model housing areas
- Maintaining adequate food and water supplies for murine model cages
- Maintaining proper murine model identification and records
- Recognizing and documenting basic murine model health problems as appropriate; fulfilling murine model health program requirements by collecting and submitting biological samples to diagnostic lab
Work schedule: M-F, 7:00-3:30; rotating weekends and holidays; occasional overtime
The Division of Neurology at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital plays an integral role in the care of all St. Jude patients who encounter complications to their brain, spine or nerves as either a direct result of their disease process or as a result of their treatment. Our neurologists are an essential part of the treatment team in the diagnosis and treatment for all treatment services at St. Jude which includes not only those children diagnosed with cancer, but other catastrophic diseases as well. The selected candidate for Clinical Research Associate RN II will be a registered nurse who operates under supervision of the Director of Division of Neurology, and at his/her discretion may be asked to act collaboratively as a site Study Coordinator with other divisions of Department of Pediatrics Medicine. You will serve as a preceptor/mentor to new clinical research staff and be the primary coordinator for multiple studies. You will stay informed of all regulatory needs, corresponding frequently with the IRB. Current studies include both prospective and retrospective studies. Some studies are in the process of being developed and you can help shape these. You will also work on collaborative studies, interfacing with other departments to schedule appointments and follow up with study participants. You will enjoy this relaxed environment that provides flexibility, as well as an opportunity to grow. Take the first step to join our team by applying now!
Since its inception in 1960, St. Jude has been moved by the pursuit of audacious goals: eradicating pediatric cancer, defining its genomic landscape, tracking the health of over 4,000 childhood cancer survivors. As we’ve grown, so have our goals, and we’ve been a trailblazer in pursuing treatment of HIV in children and youth since the 1980s. Today, we continue to forge brave new paths in this work, and it’s our aim to do no less than bring an end the HIV epidemic.
Here at St. Jude in the Infectious Diseases Clinical Program, we know that we are stronger together, and we value the power wrought of leveraging community partnerships in serving our primary clientele: the children and youth at risk of contracting or living with HIV. We lead a coalition of 25+ community partners that share a common goal of optimizing HIV prevention and treatment, and as the Manager of our Community HIV Program, you’ll be charged with continuing the upward-trajectory of this program, providing a safe space for innovation and candor and leading think-tanks focused on eliminating the hurdles faced by our community in its common pursuits, whether it’s the continued goal of ending the HIV epidemic or tackling new challenges such as the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this role, you’ll have the opportunity to lead an established team of community outreach specialists, serving as a mentor and sounding board as they navigate the complexities of engaging and retaining children and youth in clinical care and research related to HIV Prevention and Treatment. Our work requires a keen knowledge of our clientele and the community, and your expertise will help shape the team’s continued growth by pioneering new partnerships and promotional avenues.
St. Jude sets the standard for the efficacy of collaborative partnerships on a global stage, and we encourage applicants whose aspirations match the caliber of our work. If you’re diplomatic and driven, thrive in an environment that demands innovation, and passionate about harnessing the power of community to drive real change for children, we’d love to have you apply.
In this role as a Clinical Research Associate-I, you will work under general supervision. You will perform data abstraction, collection, and entry to support clinical research. Prepare submission for all reportable events, develop, maintain, and/or monitor case report forms. You will also ensures compliance with prescribed interventions and evaluations of the assigned protocol(s). While providing data to the collaborating research organization or study sponsor and preparing data reports.
This group is actively engaged in establishing state of the art research protocols that integrate palliative care practices into the mainstream of care at St. Jude. Join our team as we continue to work diligently toward our vision of becoming an international leader and resource for integrating pediatric palliative care into the ongoing care of seriously ill children, their families and the staff caring for them while setting a high standard of excellence in patient care, education, research, and advocacy beyond the walls of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.