UF Research Coordinators Consortium

Research coordinators come from many different backgrounds and often have different titles, such as research technologist, specialty nurse or research assistant. Regardless of background or title, all coordinators must follow the same policies, regulations and laws. The UF Research Coordinators Consortium is directed by and for study coordinators to provide forums for networking, education and resource-sharing to help members navigate the profession while prioritizing and ensuring optimal human subject protections. The UF Research Coordinators Consortium presents an excellent opportunity for research coordinators and others involved in clinical research to share “best practices” and to discuss common issues and concerns. Consortium members also have access to an email listserv to share information and pose questions to colleagues at UF.

The RCC Charter is available for review by interested parties.

How to Join

To join the UF Research Coordinators Consortium, please contact H. Robert Kolb at kolbhr@ufl.edu or 352-273-8882.

RCC/ACRP Conference Library Brown Bag Networking Series

Join the Research Coordinators Consortium for group viewings of professional development sessions from the annual Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP) Conference. This series is intended to help clinical research professionals keep pace with regulations and current trends in the field and broaden their knowledge base.

Each session is held from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Clinical and Translational Research Building. Additional schedule details are available in the course schedule.

  • July 24, 2014: A GCP Update from the FDA’s Perspective – CTRB 2161 South
  • August 7, 2014: The Times They are a Changin’: Seven Key Regulatory Changes for Researchers– CTRB 2161 South
  • August 21, 2014: How to Run Investigator-Initiated Studies Compliantly – CTRB 2161 South
  • September 4, 2014: The CRA’s Role in Handling Investigator Non-Compliance– CTRB 3161
  • September 18, 2014: Showing of RARE: The Journey of a Clinical Trial– CTRB 2161 South
  • October 2, 2014: Six Smart Ways to Build Your Clinical Research Career– CTRB 2161 South

Please RSVP to Cheri Knecht at (352) 273-5153 or cesk04@ufl.edu to secure a seat.


Academy of Research Excellence graduates are available for mentorship and assistance with issues you may be encountering. This listing offers contact information for experts in various stages of research.

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