My name is Jose Salcedo and I am currently an MBA student in Information Technology Management. Highly motivated, tech-savvy professional with knowledge of the processes of clinical data management systems, clinical trial methodology, GCP and medical terminology. Excellent leadership and customer service experience. Proficient with Microsoft Office programs such as Access, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Certified Associate in Database Fundamentals (MTA) certification.
Research Data Coordinator, Department of Urology• September 2016 - Present
Develop, maintain and update databases for research data collection.
Ensure clinical data is collected, managed and reported clearly, accurately and securely.
Prepares reports and summaries of clinical outcomes for statistical comparisons, presentations and industry publications.
Interprets clinical data with research analysts to determinate what to include in abstracts, manuscripts and presentations.
Assure Good Clinical Practices, investigator integrity, and compliance with all study procedures.
Technical Assistant, Department of Financial Aid• January 2014 - September 2016
Daily processing of federal and state financial aid files via third party software directly to the Ellucian Banner system.
Monitoring and reconfiguring database parameters to meet growing demand.
Retrieve financial aid data from Ellucian Banner system for reporting purposes and distributing business reports to multiple constituents.
Assist in the planning and implementation of new processes and systems in the Office of Financial Aid.
Perform general technical trouble-shooting. Update and further establish policies, procedures and training manual(s).
Internship: Sports Information Management, Department of Athletics• January 2013 - May 2013
Edit and publish news items to the athletics website from various sources including the athletic director, coaches and other media outlets following all applicable copyright laws.
Produce an efficient way to utilize fitness center data for the purpose of ongoing research into the use of the facility.
Generate a database to aid in tracking the progress of student-athletes through their college career from initial contact with the college/coach to graduation and beyond.
Bilingual in Spanish.
Good understanding of database infrastructure.
In-depth knowledge of data collection, medical terminology, and clinical research principles.
Profound knowledge of regulations related to Data Management and clinical research.
Proficient in Microsoft Office programs such as Access, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.
Experience with SQL Server Management Studio.
Ability to work with several operating systems, including Windows, Mac OSX, and Linux.
Strong problem-solving and organization skills, a high level of accuracy and attention to detail, good communication skills, and ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines.
Information Technology Management, Master of Business Administration• Expected June 2018
Information Technology Management, Bachelor of Business Administration• 2009-2013
Microsoft Technology Associate in Database Fundamentals (MTA)• 2015
Introduction to SQL Training• Molloy College 2015
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Effects of Focal vs. Total Cryotherapy and Minimum Tumor Temperature on Patient-Reported Quality of Life in Prostate Cancer Patients, (2017). Urology Gold Journal.Glenn T. Werneburg, Michael Kongnyuy, Daniel Halpern, Jose Salcedo, Connie Chen, Amanda Le Sueur, Kaitlin Kosinski, Jeffrey Schiff, Anthony Corcoran, Aaron Katz
Patient-Reported Quality of Life Progression in Men with Prostate Cancer following Primary Cryotherapy, Cyberknife, or Active Holistic Surveillance, (2017). Prostate Cancer and Prostatic Diseases.Glenn Werneburg, Michael Kongnyuy, Daniel Halpern, Jose Salcedo, Kaitlin Kosinski, Jonathan Haas, Jeffrey Schiff, Anthony Corcoran, and Aaron Katz
PSA Trends following Primary Focal Cryosurgery for early stage prostate cancer, (2017). The Journal of UrologyMichael Kongnyuy, Shahidul Islam, Daniel M. Halpern, Kaitlin E. Kosinski, Jose M. Salcedo, Jeffrey T. Schiff, Anthony T. Corcoran, Aaron E. Katz
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