International Stroke Conference 2008, New Orleans, LA.
Patients Perceive a Lack of Information from Healthcare Providers 3 Months Post-Stroke.
Jill Jesurum, Jeannie Bush, William Likosky, and Sandeep Sachdeva.
01/2015 to Current
Network Research ManagerSeattle Cancer care alliance － Seattle, WA
Oversee and direct the execution of oncology clinical trials at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA) network sites.
Manage clinical trials at 13 network sites across a six state region Lead the evaluation and selection of clinical trial sites Design clinical trial portfolios based on network site demographics Develop budgets and manage finances ensuring timely payments to network sites Responsible for day-to-day management of network sites, including training, enrollment expectations, and issue management Create project plans that incorporate study start up, site monitoring, and data management Manage clinical research studies using centralized management to identify, assess, control, communicate and review study conduct and risk Develop systems to measure and track resource utilization, resulting in increased project efficiencies, improved financial discipline and organizational alignment Design and implement standard operating procedures (SOPs) Ensure studies progress according to internal and client quality standards, Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), Good Clinical Practices (GCPs), and International Conference on Harmonization (ICH) guidelines to fulfill all federal and local regulations.
03/2013 to 01/2015
Program ManagerCANCER RESEARCH AND BIOSTATISTICS － Seattle, WA
Manage operations spanning full project life cycle, from initial concept to final deliverable.
Responsible for allocating and optimizing resources across projects, managing links between the projects and the overall costs and risk of the program Worked directly with executive management and key stakeholders to define scope and develop project budget Developed project plan and drove implementation timelines to ensure that all targeted activities were completed on time and on budget while managing stakeholders expectations Ensured clear internal cross-unit collaboration and communication, including identification of milestones, issues and resolutions Vendor selection and management Participated in proposal development and bid defenses Assessed site feasibility and orchestrated site qualification and site initiation visits, and assure proper training was provided and documented Maintained high level of efficiency, professionalism and responsiveness to client, shifting priorities and deadlines as needed Assisted with developing case report forms, guidelines, and data management plans.
03/2006 to 02/2013
Research Project Coordinator IIIswedish medical center － Seattle, WA
Lead overall research operations for the Swedish Neuroscience Institute.
Managed 25 NeuroNext Consortium research sites across the nation, lead investigator-physicians through all stages of study approval and site activation Experienced in managing work flows and projects within a clinical setting Collaborated closely with pharmaceutical companies, contract research organizations, vendors, patients and physicians to ensure successful project outcome Managed day-to-day operations; developed budgets, reviewed contracts and informed consent forms (ICFs) Monitored resources to meet cost and time constraints of research projects Assisted with writing proposals to acquire funding for studies Assisted with preparation of FDA and other regulatory related audits as required Planned and facilitated yearly Clinical Research Investigator Training conference; responsibilities included coordinating guest speakers, obtaining continuing medical education accreditation, designing training sessions, creating course materials, managing registration/check-in process and orchestrating speakers and breaks to remain on task and on time.
03/2005 to 03/2006
Technician IIPuget Sound Blood Center － Seattle, WA
Worked with a high degree of autonomy while ensuring that the projects continued to contribute to the overall goal of the laboratory.
Studied the effects of specific mutations within the cytoskeleton of red blood cells.
Performed different research techniques such as tissue culture, DNA isolation, cloning, DNA sequencing, PCR techniques and applications, and ELISA analysis.
Communicated a clear strategy on a shared set of activities to the team to ensure high output and productivity.
Education and Training
Certificate Program: Clinical TrialsUniversity of Washington － Seattle, WAClinical Trials
Bachelor of Science: BiologyUniversity of Washington － Seattle, WABiology
Certified Clinical Research Coordinator, ACRP 3/2008Membership, BioPharmaPM Swedish Medical Center － Seattle, WA
Stroke - February 2008, Vol. 39, No. 2
Patients Perceive a Lack of Information from Healthcare Providers 3 Months Post-Stroke or TIA. Sandeep Sachdeva, Jill Jesurum, William Likosky and Jeannie Bush.
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Estimates of specific toxicity in several Pseudo-nitzschia species from the Washington coast, based on culture and field studies. Keri A. Baugh, Jeannie M. Bush, Brian D. Bill, Kathi A. Lefebvre and Vera L. Trainer.