Our clinical research department works hard to conduct successful clinical trials all year long at our offices in North Attleboro. Our patients love coming in and chatting with our Clinical Research Coordinators as they receive treatment. We hope you enjoy learning more about our team and their day-to-day responsibilities! Learn more and inquire about joining one of our clinical trials by calling (508) 316-4268.

 

Alex Wang

Director of Clinical Research

 

How long have you been at Regeneris? 2 months

Fun fact? I originally planned to go back school after I left my previous job. However, I changed my direction at last minute and came back to the clinical research. I realized that clinical research is my true passion.

What is your day to day job duties in relation to Regeneris clinical research? I’m the Director of the Clinical Research department. I manage daily clinic operation, supervise research study compliance, monitor the patient data, organize staff training, and make business decisions together with the owner.

How did you become interested in working in clinical research? The reason is simple but powerful. A new drug treatment saved my life when I was in school. The treatment had only been approved by the FDA for 1 year when I started using it. From that point on, I changed my career path from engineering to clinical research.

Why do you think clinical research is so important? First, there would not be a new drug treatment without going through a series of clinical research trials. For existing treatments, clinical research provides important information for doctors and patients to better understand the treatment pros and cons.

What is your favorite part of working in clinical research? I enjoy that it is a well organized and regulated industry. The investigators and researchers are able to conduct research studies on the patients in a relatively healthy and safe environment.

 

 

Nicole Oliveira

Clinical Research Coordinator

How long have you been at Regeneris? Almost 3 months

Fun fact? I can play the Ukulele

What are your day to day job duties in relation to Regeneris clinical research?  The day to day responsibilities include conducting clinical trials and supporting patients through the process.

How did you become interested in working in clinical research? I became interested in clinical research when I was in college and took an Epidemiology class.

Why do you think clinical research is so important? I think clinical research is important because it allows for advances in medicine, better treatments and the potential for increased quality of care.

What is your favorite part about working in clinical research? My favorite part is meeting so many new people and seeing the benefit that the clinical trials can have on their life.

 

Kerry Howard

Clinical Research Coordinator

How long have you been at Regeneris? 2 years

Fun fact? I make stained glass mosaics

What are your day to day job duties in relation to Regeneris clinical research?  Conduct clinical trials for pharmaceutical studies from start up to close out.

How did you become interested in working in clinical research? I was curious about the process of testing new medications

Why do you think clinical research is so important? Without clinical medication trials we would have a lot less options for good medical treatment/medications

What is your favorite part about working in clinical research? Seeing the results of the trials and how they have improved the quality of life for the participants.

 

 

Chloe Profenna

Regulatory Specialist

How long have you been at Regeneris? 5 months

Fun fact? My husband and I are considered vintners because we make homemade wine.

What are your day to day job duties in relation to Regeneris clinical research?  I communicate with Monitors and The IRB in order to maintain constant upkeep and order of all Essential Documents for each study.

How did you become interested in working in clinical research? A lot of my friends enjoyed being involved in clinical studies, and when I heard of a Clinical Research Department that was hiring, I looked into it further. As I did, I realized that being a part of a team, working together to create an exciting environment for people of all backgrounds, was right up my alley.

Why do you think clinical research is so important? Clinical Research is important because it creates an opportunity for a variety of people to receive help. Often times, subjects involved find the answer they’re looking for by participating in the studies. Therefore, Clinical Research is then able to provide something new and exciting for many more to look forward to in the future.

What is your favorite part about working in clinical research? I love seeing and hearing of subjects that are completely satisfied with not only the service they receive but of the actual product and benefits they have experienced.

 

 

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