Brandy joined IMARC after serving two years as a Biomedical Project Engineer with BIOMEC (acquired by Greatbatch in 2007) performing pre-clinical research projects. Prior to that, she worked in the Nanoscale Orthopaedic Biomaterials Laboratory at Case Western Reserve University while pursuing her Master of Science degree in Biomedical Engineering. Beginning as a mechanical engineer, Brandy’s interests gravitated toward the medical field, which led her to pursue graduate studies at CWRU.
At IMARC, Brandy has held many positions advancing in responsibility resulting in her promotion to Chief of Clinical Operations. Though most of her time has been spent as Director of Clinical Monitoring Services, she has also assisted with GCP audits, performed many client and internal trainings, and assisted with high-level consulting projects. She is a critical thinker, adept at problem solving and able to think through situations to garner a solution.
Brandy has published articles with the Journal of Clinical Research Best Practices, GxP Lifeline™, and Med Device Online, in addition to contributing whitepapers to IMARC’s library of resources. She has also spoken at local and national conferences, including the Association for Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP) Global Conference, MAGI Clinical Research Conference, and the Medical Device Clinical Trials Conference. Her articles and presentations focus on the difference in device and drug studies and how to raise the bar in medical device clinical research.
Brandy has earned CCRA credentials through ACRP. She received her Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering from Case Western Reserve University and Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University