Sarah joined IMARC after working as a Clinical Research Assistant in the Genitourinary Cancer department at The Cleveland Clinic. During her time there she worked on over 15 phase I-IV pharmaceutical trials, with multiple CROs. Before working as a research assistant, Sarah was an environmental monitor at Ben Venue Laboratories.
Sarah joined IMARC in February 2014 and has monitored studies investigating treatments for peripheral vascular, urinary incontinence, and bile duct diseases. Sarah uses her own past experiences in conducting multiple research studies to connect with sites, specifically with the research coordinators, to help them use their time most efficiently while juggling an intense workload. Sarah conveys the importance of timely reporting and complete documentation while providing the support and assistance sites need. She is motivated from the knowledge that patients rely on her. If she’s not properly performing her job, ensuring rights and safety are being protected, it’s the patients that ultimately lose. She enjoys being their advocate.
Sarah received a Bachelors degree in Biology from Ohio University.