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Raven Kidd

Raven Kidd

Plymouth Meeting, PA

Clinical Research Associate



Clinical Research Associate

Evaluated the quality and integrity of study site practices related to the proper conduct of protocols and adherence to
 applicable regulations.

Escalated quality issues to Clinical Team Lead (CTL) and/or line manager as appropriate.

Managed the progress of assigned studies by tracking regulatory submissions and approvals, recruitment and enrollment, case report form (CRF) completion and submission, and data query generation and resolution.

Performed site selection, and monitoring visits in accordance with contracted scope of work and good clinical practice.

Created and maintained appropriate documentation regarding site management, monitoring visit findings and action plans by submitting regular visit reporting documentation and other required study related documents during the trial.

Career medium 04
Career medium 03

Duke University

Internship Site Supervisor

Provided supervision and educational training for research study interns to compile data previously targeted by the study investigator for review and analyze findings.

Requested to utilize in a requested research assignment which included collaborated training in data analysis conducted as a final presentation to the Principal Investigator.

Initiated and implemented a guide for the interns as a group highlighting their understanding of the clinical research process and principles of research expected while incorporating specific templates/documents that correspond to the study protocol.

Coordinated weekly meetings to discuss upcoming tasks/shadowing experiences and allowed time for the interns to report on the status of their project and ask any questions.

Developed a tiered schedule for 3 summer interns allowing each intern to rotate tasks, collaborate and shadow the study investigator enabling a one-on-one opportunity to interact and enhance the learning environment.

Evaluated interns' strengths and developed a report for the students to submit to their corresponding University as proper documentation of completed outside relevant work related credit.


Duke University

Certified Clinical Research Coordinator II

• Audit and rectifying flaws to 3 years’ worth of previous study data including source documents, to ensure subject safety, investigator compliance, and site adherence with the study protocol to comply with current NIH/FDA guidelines and HHS, IRB and OHRP standards.

• Implement a validation system which involved over 300 subjects upon review of study protocol/conduction of study procedures to ensure the research study meets ICH Guidelines, Good Clinical Practice (GCP) and uphold a high quality of standard for the overall research project.

• Collect medical records, interviews, questionnaires, diagnostic test and other sources; code, evaluate and interpret data and prepare appropriate documents, obtain blood samples and tissues for laboratory analysis.

• Manage regulatory documents and study protocol; which include developing patient tracking charts using spreadsheets and formulating source documents and data collection charts.

• Assist Principal Investigator(s) extract DNA upon specimen collection for study related purposes.

• Submit regulatory documents/progress reports/grant reconciliation tasks to the Duke IRB and/or NIH and to ensure all study related documents/procedures meet Duke, ICH, and GCP guidelines and policies.

Career medium 01
Career medium 06

Clinical Research Associates of Tidewater

Certified Clinical Research Coordinator

Acted as lead coordinator for a vaccine trial in which a total of 250 subjects (site exceeded enrollment by 100 subjects per sponsors approval) were recruited, consented, enrolled, vaccinated, as well as their clinical data compiled and submitted in an Electronic Data Capturing system within a 10 day time period.

Developed as a team an in depth strategy for the previously stated trial to ensure all study related procedures were executed with the highest integrity paralleled with an uncanny flow of participants through the specified series of events. This system along with impeccable team work yielded an exponential amount of subjects to participate and warrant CRAT as one of the highest enrolling sites in the nation.

Distinguished among other sites for quality of study documentation in addition to a swift delivery of clinical data compiled per federal regulations reflected by a documented successful in-house audit from study sponsor representatives.

Attended Investigators meetings for upcoming trials and held in-service training sessions to inform the study staff on the specified procedures.

Delegated and executed clinical trial preparation: planning, organizing, assembling and instructing clinical trial team to standardize procedures.

Maintained protocol requirements for patient visits, patient visit schedules, blood draw, test procedures, and drug accountability requirements.

Validated all study related documents including regulatory, subject charts, database entry vs. source documentation were accurate, complete and up to date.


Georgetown University

AIDS/HIV Clinical Trial Unit Intern

Awarded an opportunity that utilized training, clinical knowledge retained and skill set acquired while at AARA Research. This provided a different perspective as a coordinator in an academic setting and only infectious disease unit in the Washington D.C. Metropolitan area that offers access to federal as well as pharmaceutical (industry) sponsored clinical trials.

Updated and maintained appropriate regulatory and source documents per the local IRB and protocol requirements per the primary coordinators guidance.

Calculated upcoming subject visit window per study protocol and contact active subjects to schedule upcoming appointments per protocol visit window.

Conducted study visits per the subjects assigned study including performing study procedures including: blood draws, vital sign and respiratory procedures, including verifying subject meet drug accountability requirements.

Reviewed and transcribed all study related documents into the study electronic database provided verified by the primary coordinator to ensure accuracy and completeness.

Career medium 05
Career medium 05

AARA Research Center

Regulatory Specialist/Clinical Research Coordinator Trainee

Completed, in a timely manner, all documents needed in preparation for submission to the pharmaceutical sponsor and/or CRO such as: Site Selection Questionnaires, FDA Form 1572, Financial Disclosures, Protocol Signature Page, among others.

Submitted all documents needed in preparation for submission to the Central IRB, which included, submission letters, questionnaires, generic advertisements, and other miscellaneous documents.

Ensured IRB approval was granted before turning any documents over to the research coordinators.

Submitted safety reports in a timely fashion and to the appropriate personnel.


Quest Diagnostics

Medical Technologist I for Clinical Microbiology

Acted in compliance with laboratory procedures for specimen handling and processing.

Analyzed specimens using approved departmental standards of procedures.

Followed CLIA, HIPPA, OSHA, and safety protocols as described in their respective guidelines.

Facilitated applicable quality control requirements.

Identified problems that may adversely affect test performance or reporting of test results.

Career medium 04

George Mason University

Bachelor of Arts, Biology