Due to a security vulnerability, all Cisco Jabber users must upgrade their Jabber application to version 12.9.5 for Windows and 12.9.6 for Mac as soon as possible.
For step by step instructions please view UIT’s webpage here.
Dear Research Community,
The Research Participation team in the Stanford School of Medicine Research Office provides resources and tools to help study teams meet their participant recruitment and retention goals, with a focus on engaging participants as partners in research.
To learn more, there will be an info session on Monday, April 26, 12:00pm-1:00pm pst.
Please register at the following link:
At this info session, Research Participation Program Manager Katherine Connors will provide an overview of the research participation services, including Participant Engagement Platform (PEP) “honest broker” outreach, social media, and the Stanford Research Registry. For any questions, the Research Participation team can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Should you have any questions this event, please let us know.
Roxanna Van Norman, MA | Marketing Manager
Stanford Maternal & Child Health Research Institute
There are a variety of positions open at the CCTO, see the chart below or visit Stanford Careers (search Cancer Clinical Trials Office). If you want to refer a friend, reach out to the CCTO HR Team at email@example.com.
SCI is offering a referral bonus of up to $1000 if your candidate is hired into an open position in SCI/CCTO. If you and the candidate fit the eligibility criteria, ask them to apply online and list your name under source tracking: employee referral. Please fill out the referral form and send it along with the candidate’s resume to the CCTO HR Team. More requirements and details are available on the referral form. If you have any questions about the referral program please contact CCTO HR Team.
|Position||CCTO Group Name||Requisition #|
|AA2 (1yr fixed)||CCTO||88532|
Please join us to welcome Vanna Hovanky, who started as a Clinical Research Coordinator Associate with BMT last week!
Vanna graduated from Stanford University for both her Bachelors of Science in Human Biology (Class of 2018) and her Masters of Science in Community Health and Prevention Research (Class of 2019). Previously, Vanna was a a dental student for the past year and a half before deciding on a career change to pursue her passion for clinical research, which grew from her time in the Stanford Community Health and Prevention Research master’s program.
Vanna is excited to get to know the team and to continue growing my skills working with clinical data. Fun fact: Vanna enjoys knitting, origami, and social dance.
Please send Vanna a virtual hello and welcome her to the CCTO team!
Please join us to welcome back Sarah Kramer, who started as a temp Administrative Associate with Admin Team last week!
Sarah received her undergraduate degree at San Francisco State University, majoring in Sociology and minoring in Human Sexuality Studies. Sarah has a Masters degree in Education Policy from the Stanford Graduate School of Education, where she focused on gender violence prevention. Previously, Sarah have held a variety of administrative roles at Stanford, both at the School of Medicine and on the main campus, and is returning to CCTO in this temp position. Sarah also work at a local non-profit makerspace called Maker Nexus, where she taught classes on laser cutters, industrial sewing machines, digital design, and textiles-based projects.
Sarah is looking forward to re-joining the CCTO Admin team, and providing additional support during this transitional period. She would love for staff to feel free to reach out, and join us on the watercooler slack channel for more social interactions!
Please send Sarah a virtual hello and welcome her to the CCTO team!