The coordinator supports the implementation, coordination and process optimization of clinical research at the site as well as in cross-locational studies. The supervision of the staff is just as much a part of her tasks as the quality management through the creation, implementation and training of work instructions (SOPs) in her working area.
Our study physicians are in charge of the medical part of the studies. They inform the study participants about the studies, conduct anamnesis interviews, physical examinations, blood and nerve water sampling, skin biopsies and some of the cognitive tests.
Neuropsychology deals with the effects of brain diseases on cognitive and affective functional areas, which are mapped by means of standardised procedures.
The study assistants in clinical research primarily organise and coordinate the study-related procedures. In addition to the proband management, the spectrum of activities also includes the collection (blood), first processing, storage and dispatch of biomaterial as well as the documentation of the collected data. The study-related procedures are carried out according to standardized work instructions (SOPs) which the study assistants are involved in the creation and implementation of.