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CTRU Research Nurse Manager, School of Medicine - General Clinical Research Center
Current Role at Stanford Clinical Researh. Responsible for regulatory and clinical trials management including IND and IDE submissions to the Food and Drug administration. Liason to Stanford IRB. Responsible for Pediatric Stem Cell transplantation clinical indicators to the Quality Assurance Program. Responds for all research-related, protocol driven data management while functioning as senior support to the CRA team of the section.
Director, Spectrum Biobank, HIMC Biobank, School of Medicine - General Clinical Research Center
Current Role at Stanford Director, Biobank | Stanford School of Medicine | Spectrum
Director, Biobank | Stanford School of Medicine | Human Immune Monitoring Center
Co-director, HIMC Gateway | Stanford School of Medicine | Human Immune Monitoring Center
Co-director, Data Coordination and Management Group | Leadership Committee | Accelerating Medicines Partnerships Consortium
Manager, Research Coordinator Services, SPECTRUM (CTSA/SCCTR)
Current Role at Stanford Manager, Research Coordinator Services
Spectrum, Stanford Center for Clinical and Translational Research and Education
-Hospital & University Liaison: Builds and maintains relationships by acting as primary Spectrum liaison with SHC and LPCH departments, in addition to departments within the School of Medicine and Stanford University pertaining to clinical research operations
-Disseminates new information impacting the day to day job duties of clinical research staff and operations at the School of Medicine
-Chair of the Research Personnel Advisory Committee (since 2005)
Spectrum's Researcher Resources-Find Coordinator Tools: https://goo.gl/ALIZhp
Sun Young Kim
Program Manager of SPARK, SPARK
Current Role at Stanford Program Manager for SPARK Translational Research Program
Bruce Koch, Ph.D.
Senior Director, Discovery & Technological Service Centers, SoM - Senior Associate Dean Research - Svc Ctrs
Current Role at Stanford Responsible for the scientific service centers in the School of Medicine.
Adviser to the SPARK Program
Jessica Patricia Meyer
Research Education & Events Coordinator, SPECTRUM (CTSA/SCCTR)
Current Role at Stanford Spectrum Operations, Training and Compliance is part of Spectrum, the CTSA-funded Stanford Center for Clinical and Translational Education and Research.
In her role as education coordinator/ event planner, she coordinates various education and training events, facilitates the Spectrum KL2/TL1 application process, and manages program communications. Other facets include supporting regulatory services and process improvement.
- Intensive Course in Clinical Research: Study Design and Performance for new investigators interested in clinical and translational research careers at Stanford.
- Stanford K-Fest
- Stanford Education Planning Initiative (SEPI) monthly workshops
- Translational Medicine 3-day Course
Communications Manager, SPECTRUM (CTSA/SCCTR)
Current Role at Stanford Communications Manager & Science Writer
Spectrum | Stanford Center for Clinical & Translational Research & Education
I tell stories about the amazing biomedical research going on at Stanford with words, images and video. I especially enjoy explaining complex concepts in novel and easy-to-understand ways.
My stories enter the world through many media channels: our newspaper, websites, magazine, blog, and Twitter feeds. I also build new websites and am continually deploying new media tools as better ones come along.
The best part of my job is that I get to hang out brilliant people and learn new things every day.
Study Facilitator, SPECTRUM (CTSA/SCCTR)
Current Role at Stanford As a Study Facilitator, I assist protocol directors and other research personnel in all aspects of clinical trials - design, set-up, conduct, close-out. I direct individuals to a number of services offered through Spectrum as well as guide them through the budgeting, billing, IRB, regulatory and contracting processes. In addition, I work with study teams to identify potential protocol related risks; help to ensure proper billing; maintain open communication with all parties involved including the Research Management Group, Research Compliance and the Office of Sponsored Research and advise on FDA regulations.