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The Cincinnati Center for Eosinophilic Disorders (CCED) is home to specialists with a wide variety of backgrounds and areas of focus. As a team, this diversity makes us better prepared to care for the unique needs of each patient and to conduct leading research. Learn more about our clinical research staff below and our clinical care faculty and staff.
Clinical research coordinators (CRCs) are essential to clinical research. They work with patients and families, research laboratory personnel, patient care personnel and principal investigators to conduct clinical trials. As Fedor et al. so aptly put it, “it has been said that the CRC is the heart and soul of the research study and that, ultimately, it is the CRC who carries forward the research goals, thereby playing a significant role in the success of the research study… CRCs are often involved in essential duties… such as conducting the informed consent process and ensuring compliance with the protocol” (Fedor, C.A., et al. Responsible Research A Guide for Coordinators. Remedica, 2006).
Our CRCs are an integral part of the CCED research team.
Melody Hess, MSClinical Research Coordinator III
Jonathan Kuhl, BSClinical Research Coordinator II
LaTosha Freeman, LPNClinical Research Coordinator II
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