Please join us to welcome Cristy Miles, who started as a Clinical Research Coordinator with NCTN this week!
Cristy attended DePaul University for her undergraduate degree in Health Sciences with a minor in Community Service Studies. She also attended the University of Southern California (Go trojans!) for her master’s in public health with an emphasis on Global Health Leadership. Her MBA comes from a small school called Urbana University.
Previously, Cristy was a Clinical Research Coordinator in Chicago, IL that specialized in diabetes research and utilized epidemiological concepts to generate new information about their patient population and how to best serve them.
Cristy is looking forward to getting to better know her colleagues as well as, gain new insights into the field of cancer research. Being in an environment that fosters innovation and prioritizes the patient experience makes her excited and thrilled to be a part of the team! Please send her a virtual hello and welcome her to the CCTO team!
Please join us to welcome Erin Rosales, who started as a Clinical Research Coordinator Associate with the Pediatric Group this week!
Erin recently graduated from UC San Diego with two Bachelor’s degrees in Human Biology and Global Health. With her double major, she hopes to reduce health disparities and improve access to health services for marginalized communities.
As an undergraduate, Erin served as a campus ambassador/tour guide for the Office for Undergraduate Admissions, resident advisor and volunteered as a student researcher at the UC San Diego School of Medicine, Section of Physiology.
Erin is elated to join a patient-centered team of Stanford faculty and researchers who are revolutionizing the healthcare community! Please send her a virtual hello and welcome her to the CCTO team!
Please join us to welcome Dan Heck, who started as a Clinical Research Coordinator with the Lyphoma Group this week!
Dan was born and raised in Colorado, graduating with his bachelor’s degree in Integrative Physiology from CU Boulder, and later received his Master of Science in Modern Human Anatomy from CU Anschutz Medical Campus.
Dan worked at the CU Anschutz CCTO for the past two years as a clinical research coordinator where he worked primarily with Kidney, Bladder, and Prostate clinical trials.
Dan is looking forward to meeting his new coworkers and building connections at Stanford. Dan is also excited to experience life outside Colorado and plans to take advantage of all the fun things to do in the bay area. Reach out to Dan if you want to go on a hike, mountain bike ride, or anything outdoors! Please send him a virtual hello and welcome him to the CCTO team!