The CCTO is happy to introduce Amerah Hashmi, our new CRCA to the NCTN team! Amerah graduated from Ziauddin Medical University in Pakistan with a degree in Medicine (M.B.B.S -Bachelors in Medicine and Bachelors in Surgery). She previously worked as a physician in Pakistan and then worked at VAPAHCS as a Clinical Research Coordinator. With her new role at Stanford Amerah is “excited and eager to learn new things. With the fast paced cancer clinical trials, I believe I will have more opportunities to expand my skill set and be more productive. In short, this is the type of position I have been looking for since a long time and now that I’m here, I would like to make the best out of it.” 😊
Feel free to send her a virtual hello! Welcome to the team, Amerah!
The CCTO is excited to introduce Kate Murray, our new DSMC Program Coordinator to the PRMS team! Kate graduated from Colby-Sawyer College in New Hampshire in 2011 with a Bachelors of Science in Public Health. She then went on to receive a Certificate of Graduate Studies in Public Health from the University of Vermont in 2017. Her first seven years of Clinical Research were spent in Vermont as a Clinical Research Coordinator. Kate then worked for the University of Vermont Medical Center for four years on Industry-Sponsored studies in Adult Oncology and three years on Cooperative-Group studies in Pediatric Oncology. In June of 2018 she moved to Atlanta, GA where she worked at the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. She has spent the last two years as the primary Leukemia and Lymphoma Research Coordinator, leading many quality initiatives for the Children’s Oncology Group.
She is very passionate about clinical research and is looking forward to sharing her knowledge and expertise with Stanford and the CCTO. Kate is looking forward to meeting each member of the CCTO and seeing how she can help make a difference within the quality team as well as the greater CCTO.
Feel free to send her a virtual hello! Great to have you on the team, Kate!