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Study assistant DM-92.21

Brief Description

We are looking for reinforcement for our "HIPGEN" project, which aims to improve the mobilisation of patients after hip prosthesis implantation following femoral neck fracture. The focus is on a phase III study investigating the effects of foreign cell therapy on muscle healing after surgery. HIPGEN aims to investigate the direct influence of MSC cells on the success of treatment for patients with femoral neck fracture. The study is a collaborative project involving numerous clinical and academic institutions, industry partners and a patient organisation

Your Responsibilities

  • Carrying out study visits on patients in accordance with the protocol in both the outpatient and inpatient areas
  • Screening and recruitment of suitable patients
  • Documentation of patient data (paper CRF/eCRF) in German and English (incl. query processing)
  • Supervision/ordering of study patients
  • Contact person for patients, doctors and study monitors
  • Preparation and dispatch of blood and tissue samples according to study protocol
  • Participation/organisation, preparation and follow-up of monitoring visits

Your Profile

  • Completed training as a health care and nursing assistant, paramedic, OTA surgical technical assistant
  • If applicable, training in another medical health profession (medical documentalist, PTA, MTA, BTA, CTA, MFA etc.)
  • Desirably with additional qualification as a study assistant
  • Experience in the field of clinical trials; knowledge of the protocol-compliant conduct of clinical trials of phase II to IV; of study documentation and
  • study documentation and the care of study patients is desirable.
  • Medical expertise
  • Familiarity with the guidelines of "Good Clinical Practice" desirable
  • Good command of written and spoken German as well as basic knowledge of English
  • Basic knowledge of Word, Excel and Outlook
  • Commitment and social competence as well as the ability to work in a team
  • Independent and self-reliant working style, high sense of responsibility and reliability, organisational talent and flexibility
  • Willingness to care for patients at different clinic locations of the Charité Berlin
  • Willingness to shift working hours/flexible working hours

You can expect:

Interesting and challenging projects designed to evaluate and improve integrative care for patients. You will work at the interface of care and research in an interdisciplinary team in which teamwork and exchange are emphasised.


Anne Zergiebel (anne.zergiebel(at)

Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin