Jaime’s introduction to working in clinical research was as a Clinical Research Coordinator at Case Western Reserve University. For three years, she coordinated trials for the adolescent psychiatry department for over fifteen different studies. After gaining experience in the field and grasping a better understanding for the monitoring role, Jaime joined IMARC in 2011.
In her tenure at IMARC, Jaime has worked in various therapeutic areas, including treatments for aortic aneurysms, a functional electrode stimulation device for post-stroke patients, and wound healing therapy for venous leg ulcers. She is extremely organized, always turning in thorough and complete documentation of monitoring activities ahead of deadlines. If there is a need for extra visits to meet a deadline on one of her projects, Jaime volunteers to creatively adjust her schedule to meet the deadline and assist her colleagues. Jaime is also a helpful resource in the office for newer CRAs. Most recently, Jaime took a lead role in revamping IMARC’s new CRA orientation program and oversaw the training of our most recent group of new-hires.
Jaime holds a BA in Psychology from Kent State and a Masters in Clinical Psychology from Cleveland State. She is also a member of the Association of Clinical Research Professionals.