The SCI-CTO welcomes Nura Mostaghimi, our new Clinical Research Coordinator Associate with Lymphoma. Nura holds a B.S. in Health, Society and Policy from University of Utah. Before joining SCI-CTO, she gained research experience in the areas of epithelial biology/genomics as well as education and health disparities. Nura is looking forward to joining the SCI-CTO community, being involved, and learning more about clinical trials research as well as cutaneous lymphoma etiology and treatment. She is also excited to be back in her home community in the Bay Area and eager to get to work. Please help us welcome Nura!
The SCI-CTO welcomes Laura Vidano, our new Clinical Research Coordinator Associate with Cancer Cell Therapy. Laura holds a Bachelor of Arts in Biochemistry and Economics from Vassar College. Before joining SCI-CTO, she worked at the Shamloo Lab at Stanford in preclinical neuroscience research. She is looking forward to learning more about clinical research as a CRCA and getting to know the SCI team. Laura loves anything active (running, weightlifting, yoga, swimming, etc) or fuzzy (yes, she would love to see pictures of your pet!) and is always excited to learn something new (did you know sharks can sense electric fields at close range?). Please help us welcome Laura!
Prabhdeep Beesla (Prabh)
The SCI-CTO welcomes Prabhdeep Beesla (Prabh), our new Clinical Research Coordinator Associate with NCTN. Prabh graduated from CSU Stanislaus with a Bachelor of Science degree and concentration in biology. Before joining SCI-CTO, she worked as a medical scribe for the Mills Peninsula Emergency Department. Prabh is looking forward to her new role as CRCA in the NCTN division and is excited to learn more about disease groups and trial outcomes. She is very sociable and excited to meet everyone. Please help us welcome Prabh!
The SCI-CTO welcomes John Kiernan, our new Clinical Research Coordinator Associate with Peds. John graduated from UC Berkeley with a bachelor’s in molecular and Cell Biology. Before joining SCI-CTO, he was an EMT for the Berkeley Medical Reserve Corps and an attendant at Tilden Park Golf Course. John is looking forward to working alongside his new SCI colleagues and expanding his knowledge of clinical research. He says he doesn’t know too many people at Stanford so please feel free to say hello! Please help us welcome John!