Raymond C. James, RN, BS
Location: Department of Neurology, BUMC
- Clinical Research Nurse
- Regulatory Manager
Mr. James earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology, with a minor in Chemistry and a Premedical concentration, from Gordon College in 2002. He received his Associates Degree in Nursing from North Shore Community College.
Research and Clinical Care
Mr. James began working at the Boston University Department of Neurology as a Research Assistant, and is now a Research Nurse Coordinator in the Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorder Center. He has coordinated over 15 clinical trials. He performs ECG’s, processes lab specimens, and assists with patient visits and study documentation. Mr. James manages the regulatory documentation for all of the studies. His role is to ensure adherence to federally mandated guidelines, coordinate studies with pharmaceutical companies, prepare Institutional Review Board (IRB) submissions, and instruct other researchers on the procedures and new policies associated with various IRB’s. He is a coordinator member of the Parkinson Study Group (PSG) and Huntington Study Group (HSG).
Ray currently is the facilitator of the Beverly Parkinson’s Disease Support Group, sponsored by the APDA.