Pushing discoveries forward: Learn about the importance of clinical research coordinators on latest episode of The Wrap

April 7, 2022  //  FOUND IN: Our Employees

Clinical research coordinators (CRCs) are a critical underpinning to conducting high-quality clinical research, and their work contributes to the research stature of Michigan Medicine and advancing patient care. Over the past decade, there has been a simultaneous increase in the complexity of clinical trial protocols and the number and complexity of the regulations that govern such research.

Because of this role’s importance to Michigan Medicine’s research enterprise, a new career ladder is being implemented to professionalize the career path for CRCs. The ladder will establish consistency among position titles and the associated expectations across U-M Medical School departments.

Learn more about the CRC role and the newly created career ladder on the latest episode of The Wrap employee podcast!

You can find the show via YouTube at the top of the page or the media player below. Please note, the media player is not compatible with Internet Explorer, so open this story in a new browser or search for The Wrap on your personal device to take a listen!

Want to know even more about the career ladder? Click here!