The CCTO welcomes Kamini Dixit, our new CRCA with Pediatrics. Kamini graduated from GR Medical College Gwalior in Madhya Pradesh, India with a degree in Medicine. She also has a diploma in Clinical Conduct and Research Management from UC Berkeley. Prior to joining the CCTO, Kamini worked as a Health Science Specialist for Veterans Hospital Palo Alto. With a background in Medicine, she has always dreamt of making a difference in the lives of people who need medical help and working in Clinical Research gives her that opportunity. Kamini is looking forward to learning and growing with the CCTO team in addition to working hard to make a difference in Pediatric patients lives. In her free time, Kamini loves watching movies and hiking with family and friends. Please help us welcome Kamini!
The CCTO welcomes Prithvi Setty, our new CRCA with Thoracic. Prithvi graduated from UCSD with a BS in Molecular Cell Biology. Prior to joining the CCTO, she worked in the Mercola Lab in the School of Medicine Cardiovascular Institute as a life science research professional. Her main task was to differentiate cardiac cells and run experiments on them. Prithvi is looking forward to learning more about healthcare through interactions with physicians and patients. She is excited to get to know her team and make lasting friendships. She also hopes to make an impact on patients care. Please help us welcome Prithvi!
Ariel Fry Demetria
The CCTO welcomes Ariel Fry Demetria, our new CRC2 with Pediatrics. Ariel graduated from Mount Holyoke College in 2019 with a degree in Economics and Global Health. Prior to joining the CCTO, she worked as a CRC within the Hematology Oncology department at UCSF Children’s Hospital in Oakland. Ariel is looking forward to learning more about solid tumors, getting to work with the children on our studies and expanding her oncology knowledge. Please help us welcome Ariel!
The CCTO welcomes Gohar Eslami, our new CRCA with Early Drug Development. Gohar has a PhD and BCPS in Pharmacotherapy. She received both of her degrees from the Mazandaran University of Medical Science in Iran. Gohar was also a visiting scholar in the department of Pharmacotherapy and Translation Research at the University of Florida. Prior to joining the CCTO, Gohar was a Clinical Operations specialist for a pharmaceutical company in Florida, as well as, an Assistant Professor of pharmacotherapy in Iran. Gohar is looking forward to being efficient in the healthcare cycle and changing her patients lives. She also is looking forward to developing her clinical trial knowledge and improving internal and external collaboration to make a stronger team. Please help us welcome Gohar!