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Serve as Principal Investigator and / or Co-Principal Investigator for Clinical Studies (primarily dermal, some ocular) of consumer products involving healthy, paid panelists at the primary laboratory. Assist Senior Principal Investigator, as required.
Serve as Principal Investigator at satellite laboratory location(s).
Manage clinical testing laboratories and laboratory staff.
Conduct and / or supervise studies in accordance with the protocol and SOPs.
Protect the rights, safety and welfare of subjects.
Write protocols, collect and review data, prepare progress reports, analyze results, write summaries and conclusions and issue reports.
Maintain and review Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Ensure that study personnel have access to SOPs and that SOPs are followed.
Interface with the Sponsors, staff, contractors, professional societies, Institutional / Investigational Review Board (IRB), subjects, consultants, government agents / agencies and other business units.
Obtain appropriate information, documentation and signatures.
Notify the Sponsor and / or IRB of any changes to or deviations from the protocol and document changes and deviations.
Delegate duties, as appropriate and ensure that all individuals working on the study have necessary credentials, are adequately trained, understand their obligations and are properly supervised.
Provide a sufficient number of trained staff members to be assigned to each study. Maintain training records of staff members.
Ensure that Informed Consent (IC) documents are clear and accurate so that subjects can understand the IC. Provide the opportunity for subjects to ask questions about the IC.
Ensure that subjects have signed the IC.
Maintain accurate and complete records, both current and historical.
Assure confidentiality of records.
Maintain a safe and hygienic facility.
Handle any unanticipated occurrences on a case-by-case basis.
Notify the Sponsor and the IRB about Adverse Events (AEs), Serious Adverse Events (SAEs) and Adverse Reactions (ARs). Follow events and reactions to resolution.
Maintain appropriate records of test materials, including amount received, amount dispensed and disposition.
Maintain Quality Assurance (QA).
Ensure that QA Department is fulfilling all job duties.
Provide access to reasonable medical care for any medical problems that are related to the research.
Be familiar with and comply with applicable FDA / Governmental / International regulations.
Manage clinical testing laboratories and personnel, as assigned.