Welcome Abigail Crocker as a CRC2 working with the BMT team! Originally from Newport, Rhode Island, Abigail completed her Bachelors at the University of New Hampshire in English Journalism and Musical Performance. She moved to Berkeley, California in 2016 to attend the graduate program for Medical Science at Mills College. When Abigail is not at the CCTO or surfing in Pacifica, she works as a screenwriter. Coming into her new role at the CCTO, Abigail is excited to work with patients in a hospital environment at an academic institution that values research and is grateful to be a part of such a warm and intellectual community here at Stanford. Abigail is located at the Main Hospital, 300 Pasteur, stop by and say hi.
Welcome back Reneth Inthasack as a RN2 working with the Hematology team! Ren grew up in Cambodia and moved to the Bay Area to attend San Jose State University, where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Before having her two children, Ren’s favorite hobby was exercising but after becoming a mother, Ren likes to spend her free time with her twin boys. In her new position as an RN2, she is excited to assist other PI’s and learn about a different disease group. She believes that treating others with respect is the key to successful team work and can be found at 800 Welch Road, FC2C41, stop by and say hi.
The CCTO welcomes Amishi Jobanputra, joining the Hematology team as a CRC2! Born and raised in Mumbai, India, Amishi completed her Bachelors and Masters at the University of Mumbai in Bio Chemistry and recently earned her CCRP Certification. She moved to Southern California with her family in 2007 and relocated to Northern California last month for her new position at the School of Medicine CCTO. Amishi is an avid traveler and a known bookworm, traveling twice per year with a book and her family by her side. In her new role as a CRC2, Amishi is excited to work with Cancer Clinical Trials and have her efforts further cancer research. Amishi is located at 800 Welch Road, FC2C37, stop by and say hi.