DENVER–(BUSINESS WIRE)–ClinOne is proud to announce our Coordinator of the Month award recipient for January 2020. This award recognizes those site coordinators who have shown outstanding usage of the ClinOne platform, including exemplary enrollment rates, patient engagement, and overall dedication to the program. January’s award went to a site coordinator who manages an interventional research study for patients with severe eosinophilic asthmatics utilizing our ClinTrialConnect platform.
Awarding now for January 2020, our honoree is:
Vanessa Curtis, of the University of Kentucky Medical Center.
ClinOne congratulates and wishes to thank Vanessa for being such an upstanding member of the clinical trials community, using ClinOne at her site to facilitate an exceptional, successful trial. The Coordinator of the Month recognizes one outstanding clinical research coordinator (CRC) each month and — considering the research efforts of the previous month — allowing their achievements to be recognized and acknowledged.
“It was with great pleasure that we launched this program at the beginning of the year, showing our deep gratitude for the outstanding work performed by the clinical research coordinators, day in and day out, and their efforts which play a pivotal part in the overall success of clinical research,” said Rob Bohacs, CEO of ClinOne. “We hope this award will inspire all clinical research coordinators to achieve their best efforts throughout the trial, bringing new treatment options to patients and cures for diseases.”
“As a clinical research coordinator for over 16 years, I find the ease and navigation of ClinOne to be superior,” said Vanessa Curtis, RRT, RCP of the University of Kentucky Medical Center, our January 2020 winner. ClinOne appreciates Ms. Curtis’ diligent, outstanding work and looks forward to our continued partnership with her and the University of Kentucky Medical Center site going forward!
The ClinOne solution and its suite of products improve clinical trial enrollment, retention, and research site compliance. The company’s sole mission is to allow important trial details to be at the fingertips of participating researchers and patients. Currently, 3,000 active clinical trials in 55 countries across 43 languages rely on ClinOne’s suite of technologies.