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Bringing the Trial to the Patient by Leveraging Electronic Technology



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As Project Manager with Linical Americas,Karen A Gammon is responsible for leading a variety of clinical development projects. With greater than 25 years of experience in the pharma industry, she has managed first-inhuman and Phase I-IV clinical studies. Karen holds an MSN in Maternal-Child Health from the University of Maryland, US, and a BSN from George Mason University, US, and maintains an active licence as a registered nurse as well as Association of Clinical Reserach Professionals certification as a certified clinical research associate.

kgammon@linicalamericas.com
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