About Me

I’m a pharmaceutical clinical research consultant with 25 years experience in the US, Canada, and Europe, including 22 years in phase I-IV clinical trials and registries. I’ve worked in the pharmaceutical, biotech, and device industries and in academia. For the past several years, I’ve worked primarily as a telecommuter from my home in New Orleans.

I’m also a SAS programmer, and I’ve managed software system selection, configuration, validation, and implementation projects. My primary expertise is Clinical Data Management in small to mid-sized companies. I do a lot of work with Electronic Data Capture (EDC) for clinical trials and registries using various software systems.

I have extensive experience as a manager of remote employees and teams, as well as project and vendor management of outsourced projects.

My academic training includes a Master of Science in Community Health/Epidemiology from The University of Texas School of Public Health and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Political Science from Tulane University.

Another way to say all of that: I help companies get their new drugs and devices approved by the FDA and other regulatory agencies by helping them collect, clean, and report their data properly.

I’m available for consulting work both on-site and remote. Please email me for more information.