The Senior Research Administration Associate (SRAA) will provide training and quality control (QC) evaluations for staff of the Texas Children's Cancer Center and Hematology Service (TCCC/HS), the Center for Cell and Gene Therapy (CAGT). The SRAA also coordinates review, approval and associated training on Protocol Office Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). The primary purpose of the training, the SOPs and the QC program is to ensure patient safety, verify accurate data collection, identify problem areas, and work with appropriate individuals to implement corrective action as necessary for all clinical research activities at TXCH/CAGT. The training program includes general training in clinical research, job specific training, and team/disease-specific training (which should be determined and developed in collaboration with the team leaders). The SRAA evaluations include evaluation of specific patient/protocol data to determine accuracy as well as evaluating compliance of the Clinical Research Operations staff to the relevant TXCH/CAGT Clinical Research SOPs. Results of the QC evaluations are reported back to the Clinical Research Oversight Committee (CROC) and to the team leaders (as appropriate).