The CCTO welcomes Thu Nguyen, our new CRC2 with Hematology. Thu graduated from the University of California, Davis with a BS in Biological Science. Prior to joining the CCTO, she was a research coordinator at SI-Bone. Thu is looking forward to this new adventure, as well as being part of a new team to start up multiple studies. Please help us welcome Thu!
The CCTO welcomes Alexandria Lim, our new CRCA with Pediatrics. Alex recently graduated from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio with a BA in Biology and Chemistry and a minor in Childhood Studies. During her undergraduate career, Alex worked as a medical scribe in the Emergency Department, a research student in the PICU, and a teacher at a childcare facility. In her free time, she enjoys working out, baking, watching soccer, and trying new things! Alex is looking forward to further pursuing her passion for the field of Pediatrics, expanding her knowledge of cancer clinical trials, and getting to know her CCTO team. Please help us welcome Alex!
The CCTO welcomes Melissa Hance, our new Financial Specialist. Melissa has a BS from Illinois Weslayan University and an MS from the University of Georgia. Prior to joining the CCTO, she was a Research Advancement Administrator Sr. at Arizona State University. Melissa is looking forward to supporting the Cancer Center with Clinical Trials as well as working with the great team in the CCTO Finance Office. She is grateful for this opportunity and very happy to be working at Stanford. Please help us welcome Melissa!
The CCTO welcomes Ananya Ray, our new CRCA with BMT. Ananya graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Dental Surgery from Guru Nanak Institute Of Dental Surgery & Research, India. She also holds an MBA in Hospital and Healthcare Management from Indian Institute of Social Welfare and Business Management, India along with a certificate in Clinical Research Conduct and Management from UC Berkeley. Prior to joining the CCTO, Ananya practiced clinical dentistry for more than 6 years in India. She also worked as a Clinical Research Assistant at Edifice Health, a biotech startup. She is excited to have the opportunity to be associated with the clinical research team at the Stanford Cancer Institute, one of the best global research centers in the realm of Cancer Cell Therapy. The cutting-edge research here resulted in the development of the novel CAR T- Cell therapy. Ananya is looking forward to being part of the research team and will take this opportunity to learn, grow and contribute to the great endeavor of the clinical research program. Please help us welcome Ananya!
The CCTO welcomes Vincent Vu, our new CRC2 with Pediatrics. Vincent graduated from Arizona State University with a BS in Medical Studies. Prior to joining the CCTO, Vincent worked at Phoenix Children’s Hospital as a Clinical Research Coordinator. He is looking forward to being part of a large cohesive team that strives to innovate. Vincent also loves how rich the history is here at Stanford. He is fairly familiar with most COG studies so if you have any questions regardless of disease group, he can help! Please help us welcome Vincent!