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This individual is one that takes pride in what she does. Everybody has a great deed in pride into what they do on a daily basis. Chelsea, from the moment I started working with her, I could see the compassion she has for what she does. Every patient of hers takes a special part in her heart, and she goes above and beyond for each one of them. She is very helpful and sincere with making it work for the patients. Her determination drives me to be just as motivated even more in the work that I do. I would put her at the top of the list as an empowered young woman with a drive that can’t be beat. Discussing patients treatments with her is like a heartfelt story because the compassion behind every word is endearing. Her strong passion will lead her to do many things as she grows in her career. I am honored to experience the awesomeness she has to offer.
Thank you

Nominee Organization: Miami Cancer Institute (Baptisthe Health of South Florida)

Kathy Franco is one of the most dedicated researchers I have met. Not because of the research she participates in, the importance of which can’t be overstated, but because she dedicates so much time to training the next generation of researchers (PI’s, Coordinators, Monitors, etc.) and retraining the current population of researchers to maintain the absolute peak of quality. She is willing to take calculated risks to support her people, which has resulted in many bold and innovative proposals and grant opportunities. I enthusiastically and strongly recommend Kathy, and I’m confident many more will as well. #Mentor4Life

Nominee Organization: University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston

Amy has been my support system since I started working as a coordinator. She is a hardworking individual who will always be there for you whether its work related or person-life related.

Nominee Organization: Mount Sinai

A great resource in training and support; a go getter and always positive even with the challenges posed by Covid-19.

Nominee Organization: Accel Research

Jennifer is changing the face of clinical research, with innovation, dedication and passion.

Nominee Organization: Javara Inc.

Mayleen is the most caring and loving person I’ve met. She cares for all her patients and loves what she does. She always checks in with you after treatment and before treatment. All doctors and patients all love her. I’ve know Mayleen for 5 years as a patient. Thank you Mayleen for being the best Medical Assistant. You make Treatment easy.

Nominee Organization: Allergy Associates of Palm Beach

Shanti moved effortlessly into a leadership role leading our projects as the Project lead and MSH site lead. It has been wonderful to watch her grow in a new role and make such a huge institutional impact.

Nominee Organization: Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

She is creative, hard working CRC i have ever seen. She is good with colleagues and all her research subjects like her. This type of CRC will bring more research subjects to the research study

Nominee Organization: Apex Medical Research

Mary Lord RN MS CCRA and Associate Director for US Oncology, Global Clinical Trial Operations at Merck embodies the nursing passion for continual learning by seeking accreditation opportunities for clinical research staff. It is because of her dedication to always improve on personal professional practice, that we are now members of a clinical research certification organization, ACRP. Many of us will seek full certification in the up-coming year. It is because of her dedication to perfecting professional research practice that we have this wonderful opportunity.

Nominee Organization: Merck

Dr. Ramsey is a pioneer in clinical research operations – she’s always on the cutting edge of how technology can partner with incredible clinical research professionals to accelerate research. She has over 30 years of clinical experience and has overseen over 300 clinical trials.

Not only is she impacting UTHSC, but her service in numerous leadership capacities across industry groups and other universities show her dedication to advancing clinical research as a whole. Her knowledge, expertise and compassion are second to none.

When I see this quote from Florence Nightingale, Dr. Ramsey comes to mind:

Rather, ten times die in the surf, heralding the way to a new world, than stand idly on the shore.”

Nominee Organization: The University of Southern Mississippi

Christina is one of the greatest leaders in research i have ever had the honor of working with. She is brilliant, a tremendous leader and a caring and focused clinician.

Nominee Organization: Northwell Health

Christine is a wonderful CCRC. She embodies professionalism, knowledge and savvy of a great CRC. Christine is proactive not reactive. She calls or emails with questions, concerns and suggestions.

Nominee Organization: US Oncology -New Braunfels, TX

Joanne is very committed to research. She works endless hours, including her days off, to facilitate initiation and continuance of trials. She is determined for our CV research department to be successful by collaborating with her staff to find new innovative means to move trials forward in the best way possible. She is compassionate about her patients, and wants them taken care of the best possible way. She wants to do the follow-up visits of those patients she has developed a relationship with, and has assured the best way to keep them safe in this present pandemic. She is gutsy in that she speaks up when changes need to be made. She empowers her staff by praising us for our work, and when she needs to point out where improvement is needed, she uses a team approach, so people do not feel singled out.

Nominee Organization: Honor Health Cardiovascular Research

Dr. Haber was born and raised in Laredo, TX. He left Laredo to pursue college and medical school and then returned in 1987 to serve Laredo’s medical needs as an internal medicine physician. In 2017 he realized in order to update clinical standards in his hometown, a clinical research group was needed. He formed Laguna Clinical Research Associates, and joined with 8 other physicians to implement research. His group currently has 2 active studies (one with Novartis for nephropathy and another with BMS for atrial fibrillation). His goal is to expand the research program all over the south texas area. His drive is gaining the attention of major medical centers and his goals are becoming attainable. He is transforming medical practice in Laredo.

Nominee Organization: Laguna Clinical Research Associates, LLC


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