Meghan had her introduction to working in clinical research at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. Meghan worked first as Research Assistant in the laboratory on tissue sample protocols and then at University Hospitals Case Medical Center as a Regulatory Coordinator at Ireland (now Seidman) Cancer Center. There, she maintained regulatory binders, prepared and submitted IRB submissions and documents, and assisted in protocol preparation for investigator initiated studies. In 2008, Meghan accepted a position at the University Hospitals IRB as a Human Subjects Protection Specialist before joining IMARC as a Clinical Research Associate in January 2013.
While at IMARC, Meghan has worked in various therapeutic areas, including multiple cardiovascular indications, orthopedics, in vitro diagnostics, and cell therapy. Meghan leveraged her diverse clinical research background to quickly excel at monitoring, and became a Lead CRA in the summer of 2014. As a Lead CRA, Meghan guides monitoring teams working with clients mainly focused in orthopedics and stress urinary incontinence. Meghan juggles several projects across multiple clients, and works well with her teams to ensure everyone is aware of the expectations from each. In this way, Meghan upholds IMARC’s Mission, part of which is to exceed expectations.
Meghan holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology from the University of Cincinnati and is also a member of the Society of Clinical Research Associates where she holds her certification (CCRP).