Alicia joined the CRSO in April 2016 after transferring from CHOP Karabots Pediatric Care Center where she worked as a Triage Nurse for 2.5 yrs. She graduated in 2003 from Widener University with a BS in Nursing and a Minor in Psychology. During her 15yrs as a Nurse she has worked in various areas of Pediatrics such as Surgical/Trauma, Psych, Utilization Review/Case Management, Home Care, and Medical Daycare. She also worked briefly with Adults in Med-Surg, Visiting Nursing, and Case Management. As a Clinical Research Nurse Coordinator, she will work closely with a multidisciplinary team to ensure clinical trials run according to IRB/FDA regulations. Ultimately, she hopes to bring happiness to children by helping to improve their quality of life.
Education and Training
BSN, Minor degree in Psychology - Widener University, Chester, PA
Titles and Academic Titles
Clinical Research Nurse Coordinator
Departments and Services
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