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Jaspreet Babrah


Name:      Jaspreet Babrah

Job Title:   Senior Trial Coordinator

Date joined InHANSE:   November 2012

What Do I Do:
I have worked as a Trial Coordinator at CRCTU for the last 4 years. I have been responsible for the day to day management and coordination of phase II and III trials. More recently, I have undertaken a senior role in the management of staff and projects within the supportive care, radiotherapy and head and neck portfolios.

Grant applications, write study protocols, develop trial literature for patients, develop Quality Management Plan and Risk Assessment Form and obtain ethical and other regulatory approvals. Design Case Report forms and databases to capture trial data. Liaise with research nurses, principal investigators and research staff to resolve trial related queries.

Perform in-house reviews and data quality checks on trial documentation, monitor progress and recruitment at participating sites and ensure sites comply with trial protocols. Organise and prepare report for Trial Management Group Meetings, Steering Committee Meetings and Data Monitoring Committee Meetings, provide regular feedback on trial progress, recruitment, trial safety and CRF compliance. Manage IMPs resources, set-up new sites, conduct site initiation meetings and site closures, design promotional material (poster, newsletters and leaflets) for trials. Ensure smooth running of trial in accordance with GCP.

Other activities include training of in-house staff on trial related procedures such as randomisation and SAE reporting. Mentoring new staff and performing personal development reviews for members of staff.

Research Interests:
I enjoy setting up new trials and working on an array of trials. I have a particular interest in breast, head and neck and radiotherapy trials having worked in this area.

Studies I work on:
ArChIMEDEs, also supervise Trial Coordinator working on Oromouth


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