Stanford University School of Medicine
Stanford University- Mobile Health, Project Manager
January 2014 — Present
Mobile Health – MyHeart Counts App (January 2015-Present)
− Direct cross-functional teams and work with developers to ensure applicable components for mobile app are included and working suitably.
− Participate in user testing for apps; changing questions in surveys, and making them user-friendly.
− Work with collaborators in the UK and assisting with planning expansion throughout Europe.
− Lead key projects and execute business plans for expansion into new areas; contributing to manuscripts
− Build strong relationships with key stakeholders by presenting strategic plans that address areas of increased efficiency and productivity.
− Identify risks and cross-dependencies of team’s work; find opportunities for improved efficiencies; solve obstacles for development and global expansion
GenePool Initiative – Stanford University & Stanford Hospitals and Clinics (2014-Present)
− A key participant in setting up infrastructure for the deployment of a hospital wide initiative to biobank samples on all consenting patients seen at SHC.
− Develop cost effective budgets and create proposals.
− Ensure initiative is continually enrolling participants and serving as research resource for Stanford faculty.
− Execute development of a GenePool mobile app to ensure seamless enrollment and communication with participants.
− Simultaneously manage three part-time employees that recruit patients for the registry.
Clinical Research Coordinator (2005-Present)
− Supervise administration of multiple science and clinical trials.
− Coordinate study introduction and completion with CROs, Stanford RMG and IRB groups.
− Provide cost containment measures; design and administer budgets for clinical trials.
− Orchestrate proceedings of department tissue bank with responsibility for 2000+ samples.
− Manage team of four pre-med research assistants and clinical trial coordinators; make daily assignments and oversee work.