The CCTO Is happy to introduce Brandon Stevenson, our new Clinical Research Coordinator 2 in the CCSB! Brandon graduated from Washington University in St. Louis with a B.S. in psychology. He then attended the George Warren Brown School of Social Work and obtained a M.A. in Management and a M.S. in Social-Work (Social and Economic Development). Previously Brandon worked at the Department of Veteran Affairs as a Health Services Research and Development (HSRD) Program Manager. At Stanford, Brandon is looking forward to, in his own words “the cultivation of an excellent research team, collective and individual professional development”. When he re-locates to the Bay Area he would like to enjoy all the outdoor activities that the Bay has to offer, but mainly cycling as long as it’s mindful and safe. Feel free to send him a virtual hello! Welcome to the team, Brandon!
The CCTO is happy to introduce Sabrina Biedermann, our new CRCA to the CCSB!. Sabrina graduated from the University of Santa Barbara (UCSB) with a degree in Biopsychology. Previously she worked as an acute care physical therapy aide at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital. During her time at Stanford she is looking forward to learning new things and meeting new people. Feel free to send her a virtual hello! Welcome to the team, Sabrina!
The CCTO is happy to introduce Sumayah Eddington our new Clinical Research Associate on the Hematology team! Sumayah has a Bachelors in Psychology from San Diego State University and then later obtained her Masters in Public Health from Emory University. Previously, Sumayah was employed at Stanford in the Neurodiversity Project, there she was a Lab Manager and a Clinical Research Coordinator. She is looking forward to being challenged by learning about and working in a field in research that is completely new to her. Feel free to send her a virtual hello! Welcome to the team, Sumayah!
The CCTO is happy to introduce Khushbu Singh, our new Clinical Research Manager in CCSB! Khushbu received her M.B.B.S. at Terna Medical College and Group of Hospitals. She is currently obtaining her MBA at the University of Illinois-Urbana Champaign. Previously, Khushbu was working as a Clinical Research Project Manager at the CCTO in Moores Cancer Center, UCSD. At Stanford Khushbu is looking forward to working with a very dedicated and extremely talented group of people. In her own words, “I want to use my experience and knowledge that I have gathered during my research career both in the academia as well as in the community setup to help expand the excellent care opportunities for cancer patients provided by Stanford and bring them to our other community research centers.” Feel free to send her a virtual hello! Welcome to the team, Khushbu!
The CCTO is excited to introduce Julian Spector our new Clinical Research Coordinator 2 on the Cutaneous Oncology team! Julian obtained his Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Entrepreneurial Management with a focus in biological sciences Honors Dean List. Honors Cum Laude from George Washington University. He also has a Masters of Science (MS) in Biological and Physical Thesis: “Exploring the Cure for Diabetes – Is Gastric Bypass Surgery the Solution?” from Touro College School of Health Sciences. Julian has a Doctor of Medicine (MD) from Technion Israel Institute of Technology School of Medicine with an Honors in Family Medicine as well as a Master of Public Health (MPH) in Health Policy and Management from Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health. Previously Julian was a Senior Clinical Research Coordinator in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Northwell Health. He is looking forward to working with his team members. Feel free to send him a virtual hello! Welcome to the team, Julian!
The CCTO is happy to introduce Denise De Vore, our new CRCA in Hematology! Denise graduated from UC Davis with a Bachelors of Science in Psychology. Prior to coming to Stanford she was a Clinical Research Coordinator for a few years at UCSF. She’s excited to join the team here at Stanford and is looking forward to expanding her experience and working with a great team. Feel free to send her a virtual hello! Welcome to the team, Denise!