The CCTO welcomes Christine Kesekwa, our new RA1 with Finance. Christine graduated from San Jose State University with a Bachelor of Science in Public Health (Health Science) with a concentration in Health Services Administration. Prior to joining the CCTO, Christine was an Assistant Clinical Research Coordinator in the Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery here at Stanford. She was a coordinator for the Valve Sparing Aortic Root Replacement Study (VSARR – T-David), which will soon be published. Christine began her career at Stanford as a Clinical Research Intern at the Stanford Prevention Center. She is excited to work with the CCTO finance team and is looking forward to learning more about research finance, especially amendments and budgets. Outside of work, Christine is passionate about promoting mental health awareness in the African diaspora community, exploring new places, cooking and reading. Please help us welcome Christine!
The CCTO welcomes Uyen Do, our new CRC2 with GI. Uyen graduated from UC Irvine with a BA in Social Ecology with Epidemiology and Public Health Minor. She has an M.S. from San Jose State University in Medical Product Development Management. In addition, Uyen has completed Certification Programs from UC Berkeley in Clinical Research Conduct Management and The Wharton School in Executive Education Business Analytics . Prior to joining the CCTO, Uyen held several roles at Hologic, Inc., including Post Market Quality Assurance Clinical Specialist and Clinical Project Manager. She also assisted with the post-acquisition integration of Focal Therapeutics into Hologic Inc. Stanford has always had a very special place in Uyen’s heart. She’s always been a huge health science fan and is excited to be part of a stellar team of people who care passionately and understand the larger mission we’re working toward. She looks forward to sharing this adventure with you! Uyen has over 10 years of experience coordinating clinical trials in optometry and ophthalmology. She also loves running, soul cycling and baking. Please help us welcome Uyen!