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Jane Smith

123 Main Street • Hometown, PA • (555) 555-1234 • jsmith@company.com

DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS & RESEARCH – HEALTH EDUCATOR & COACH

 

Achievement-oriented professional with 14+ years’ coordinating experience and strong background in health education. Proven ability to contribute to the success of health program planning and execution. Track record of driving process improvements resulting in streamlining protocols for increased efficiency. Experience working with individuals of all ages, abilities, educational levels, and socioeconomic backgrounds and interests. Exceptional skills in project management, budgetary management, and stakeholder engagement, demonstrating a personal passion for health & wellness. Thrives in fast-paced environments providing forward-thinking & professionalism at all times.

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2013 - Present

StemLutions, LLC, Columbus, OH

DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS & RESEARCH

Spearheads operations, administration, strategic planning, and research for this biotech startup that creates, manufactures, and supplies an injectable equine treatment for musculoskeletal conditions including osteoarthritis, tendonitis, and desmitis. Product verification has been evidenced with successful clinical trials with use on refractory, chronic, and acute cases. Responsibilities extend to human resource management, contractor management, financial management, vendor management, and relationship management with various stakeholders.

KEY CONTRIBUTIONS:
 

·     Maintains professional relationships and high level of proficiency with various veterinarian investigators

·     Performs financial management of budgeting, projections, and coordination of $750K in transactions

·     Prepares, organizes, and makes adjustments to all consultant and vendor contracts and agreements

·     Supervises all company communications serving as face of the company for non-client needs

·     Manages administrative functions, including payroll & taxes, consultant payments, and product sales tax

·     Develops intricate protocols while training staff and monitoring multiple research sites


 

 

2011 - Present

OhioHealth Orthopedic Surgeons: OhioHealth; Grant Medical Center, Columbus, OH

RESEARCH SPECIALIST

Manages the creation, analysis, and publication of sponsored and investigation-driven research within this active clinical orthopedic practice. Organizes the intersection of minimally invasive orthopedic research (MIOR) and research methods of OhioHealth Research Institute. Contributes to JointVue, JointVision, and JointVibration operations by managing existing protocols to comply with IRB and company objectives; supervising clinical patient data; and supporting JointVue STTR and SBIR grant submissions. In addition, maintains sponsor relationships for investigational device exemption (IDE) and post-approval studies; Zimmer, Smith & Nephew, Medtronic.

KEY CONTRIBUTIONS:
 

·     Manages and budgets research fund of $50-$100K in funding exercising cost control best practices

·     Interviews incoming research staff for qualifications as well as trains new staff on protocols

·     Innovates and developed new research ideas turning them into feasible protocols for IRB submissions

·     Completes start-up of new IDE’s, including contract execution, budget approval, and site evaluation

·     Supports resident researchers in IRB and data collection and analysis work, Lateral Unis

·     Organizes & completes data collection of single site and national studies: Metal Ion, Knee Society Knee Score

 

2010 - 2011

Memory Disorders Research Center, The Ohio State University Medical Center, Columbus, OH

CLINICAL RESEARCH COORDINATOR

Coordinated operations for the local site of Wyeth/Pfizer 3001: (International Study of Janssen Pharmaceutical 301) Study for a potential Alzheimer’s vaccination for mild cognitive impairment. Responsibilities included all aspects of submission, regulatory compliance, scheduling, screening, data collection, data entry, and billing.

KEY CONTRIBUTIONS:
 

·     Served as Community Outreach Representative organizing health events and talks for memory screening

·     Provided leadership as Cognitive Division Representative and for OSUMC electronic medical records

·     Executed and processed memory examinations within fast-paced specialized neurobehavioral clinic

·     Improved workplace efficiency and productivity by redesigning several interoffice systems

 

2007 - 2010

Asthma Institute, Department of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA

CLINICAL RESEARCH COORDINATOR / COORDINATOR DIRECTOR OF NIH & INVESTIGATOR GRANTS

Provided leadership on variety of projects, including Severe Asthma Research Program (SARP); EXCELS: Industry Sponsored Observational Study of Xolair; Asthma Research Registry; Investigator Driven Projects; and Data Analysis of Interactions between Severe Asthma & Obesity; ATS Poster Presentation 2008, 2009.

KEY CONTRIBUTIONS:
 

·     Coordinated operations and logistics for local site of NIH’s first network-designed study

·     Selected as Coordinator Representative for Severe Asthma Research Program (SARP) Steering Committee

·     Developed and maintained multiple datasets for research tracking, lab staff, physicians, and statisticians

·     Conducted clinical research; developed network protocols; monitored adverse events; and presented findings

·     Trained medical and non-medical staff on procedures and protocols while managing student staff

·     Facilitated professional relationships with hospital departments for new research collaborations

 

ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE

2003 - 2007

University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA

SENIOR CLINICAL TECHNICIAN

Served as Senior Clinical Technician coordinating retention calls of 1100+ study participants while managing project administration and study visits. Study was sponsored by the National Institutes of Arthritis & Musculoskeletal & Skin Diseases (NIAMS). Gained operations experience required for running a multi-million dollar health study.

 

2004 - 2006

University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA

COORDINATOR, HEALTH EDUCATION INTERVENTION

Developed nationally utilized educational materials and implemented evaluation needs for the Successful Aging health education intervention arm. Study was sponsored by the National Institutes of Aging (NIA). Managed a workshop series for 54 older adults to retain independence and become more proactive in maintaining health. Coordinated speakers and related materials for 99 health education sessions.

 

2002 - 2005

University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA

CLINICAL RESEARCH EXAMINER

Served as a Clinical Research Examiner for Center for Health Aging (CHA); Ginkgo Evaluation of Memory (GEM); Memory Study II; and Health And Body Changes (Health ABC).

 

HEALTH EDUCATION & COACHING EXPERIENCE

2010 - 2011

Homeless Families Foundation, Columbus, OH

VOLUNTEER

Taught fun, fitness, and nutrition to homeless K-8 children and children of the surrounding community.

 

2010

Delay the Disease, Cincinnati, OH

VOLUNTEER

Served as volunteer promoting the program with an organization booth during local event.

 

2006 - 2010

Weight Watchers International, Pittsburgh, PA

LEADER & RECEPTIONIST

Educated on health & wellness principles helping clients achieve their overall health and weight-related goals. Highlighted the importance of healthy eating, physical activity, support systems, and building healthful habits as a permanent lifestyle. Developed concept for a national campaign to motivate and retain Lifetime members.

 

2007 - 2009

Weight Watchers & Center for Minority Health Outreach, Pittsburgh, PA

FEATURED SPEAKER

Served as a Featured Speaker for Weight Watchers Information Sessions, Pittsburgh, PA (Dec. 2008); “Take a Health Professional to the People Day” at Center for Minority Health, East Liberty, PA (Sept. 2007 & 2008); “Building Healthy Black Families” – Mind, Body & Spirit” at Center for Minority Health, East Liberty, PA (Apr. 2008 & 2009)

 

2007 - 2008

Arthritis Foundation: Western Pennsylvania Chapter, Pittsburgh, PA

SPEAKER & COMMITTEE MEMBER

Served as a Featured Speaker for the Annual Campaign Breakfast (Sept. 2007); Program Leader Seminar (Apr. 2008); Committee Member for the Arthritis Walk (2007 & 2008); and on the Research Committee (2008)

 

2002

Center for Health Aging, GSPH, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA

HEALTH EDUCATION & EXERCISE SPECIALIST

Created database and booklet of area agencies and programs on Senior Fitness. Constructed tools for reviewing health status on senior populations in Pennsylvania and Allegheny County for CDCP’s Healthy Aging Network.

 

2002

Slippery Rock University

HEALTH OUTREACH PEER EDUCATOR (HOPE)

Promoted healthy living to the campus community as well as facilitated educational sessions on health & wellness.

 

1998 - 2002

Country Meadows Assisted & Independent Living

SOCIAL & NUTRITION SERVICES

Provided an approachable environment for older adults and their families. Maintained awareness of residents’ health and personal needs when communicating to nursing staff.

 

1998 - 1999

AmeriCorps

HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES TEAM

Served as Project Leader helping a cognitively impaired 4 year-old boy by advertising for and recruiting volunteers. Trains volunteers and organized schedules to attend to the child. Worked with at-risk populations of various age in their personal environments.

 

1999

Slippery Rock University

COMMUNITY ASSISTANT

Supervised 30-64 co-ed residence hall students for educational, social, and physical well-being across 3 semesters (2 semesters on the Health & Wellness floor).

 

EDUCATION

2009

University of Pittsburgh, Graduate School of Public Health 

MASTER OF PUBLIC HEALTH (MPH) in Epidemiology

 

2002

Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania, Slippery Rock, PA 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EXERCISE SCIENCE

 

2011

Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP) 

CERTIFIED CLINICAL RESEARCH COORDINATOR (CCRC)

 

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

 

·     “Medical Terminology for Health Professionals” OSU

·     “Preventing Disease & Promoting Health through Behavioral Science” OSU

·     Association of Clinical Research Professional (ACRP)

·     Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI)

·     American Heart Association Healthcare Provider CPR & AED

·     Institutional Review Board Certifications

·     Good Clinical Practice & Adverse Events Reporting

·     HIPPA Policies

·     Dangerous Goods Regulations

·     Blood Borne Pathogens / IATA

·     Phlebotomy

·     Vital & Anthropometric Measurements

·     Assessments of Physical Strength & Functional Ability

·     Neurological and Cognitive Examinations: 3MSE, TICS, ADAS-COG, CES-D, SAGE

·     Red Cross CPR, First Aid & Safety

·     Crucial Conversations

·     Program Management

·     Budget Preparation

·     Alzheimer’s Association Caregiver 101

·     Reiki I & II

·     Smoking Cessation Counseling

 

 

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