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ClinOps, LLC Enhances Senior Management Team With Addition of Connie Andrews as Senior Vice President of Clinical Operations
Date:10/26/2009

SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- ClinOps, LLC, a customer service focused clinical research organization, announced today that Connie Andrews has joined the company as Senior Vice President of Clinical Operations. Connie brings with her more than 28 years of clinical research experience in multiple therapeutic areas including infectious disease, gastrointestinal diseases, cardiovascular, central nervous system, oncology, etc.

In her new role, Connie will be responsible for project management, clinical monitoring, training and development, client relations and growth initiatives and will also work to further the expansion of ClinOps' clinical operations.

Prior to joining ClinOps, LLC Connie held positions across large and mid-sized Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology and Clinical Research Organizations. She has led many global initiatives and process improvement committees to implement operating efficiencies and strategic global programs resulting in increased effectiveness and winning study designs.

"The combination of Connie Andrews' expertise and experience make her an ideal addition to the ClinOps senior management team," stated Denis Lin, CEO and President. "She brings not only superb understanding of contract research, but also an excellent perspective from the sponsor's side of the business. Connie will be able to provide excellent insights as ClinOps strives to achieve highly efficient trial outcomes, optimizing and accelerating the drug development process of our customers."

Connie holds a Master's degree in Psychology and has been an active member of several industry organizations including:

  • Board of Directors, Healthcare Businesswomen's Association. 2004-2005
  • Advisory Board Member, Partnerships with CROs Annual Meeting. 2004-2006
  • Advisory Board Member, Pharmaceutical Training Institute (PTI). 2004-2006
  • Scientific Advisory Board Member, IBC USA Conferences
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