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IsabelMD 

I work as a clinical research project manager in an ivy league medical school, and also as a program development consultant/educator for a Medical Advocacy Program in Connecticut. I am looking for freelance work to further develop certain skills, learn new ones, and of course to earn some extra money on the side. I do work on a full time basis, including weekends, however for any projects that I am awarded, I guarantee to set aside time each day to provide quality work in record time.
$50 USD/hr
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Clinical Research Project Manager

May 2010

I work as a clinical research project manager overseeing eight multi-center studies revolving around the development of novel biomarkers to identify and stratify acute kidney injury (AKI) and or establish prognostic tools to ascertain the propensity for chronic kidney disease in the setting of AKI.

Clinical Program Consultant

Mar 2010

I work as a program consultant and assistant clinical educator for the Stamford Domestic Violence Crisis Center's Medical Advocacy Program. MAP is focused on developing an accredited curriculum to educate medical professionals on how to identify, manage and intervene on domestic violence cases.

Education

BA: Biology BA:Psychology Pre-Med

1997 - 2001 (4 years)

Medical Doctorate: magna cum laude

2002 - 2006 (4 years)

Certifications

Clinical Research Professional (2012)

Society of Clinical Research Associates

This certification is a testament to my knowledge of good clinical practices and a full understanding of all clinical research guidelines as outlined by the NIH, FDA and other regulatory bodies.

Publications

Association of Postoperative Proteinuria with AKI after Cardiac Surgery among Patients at High Risk.

Website: Abstract BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Preoperative proteinuria is associated with a higher incidence of postoperative AKI. Whether the same is true for postoperative proteinuria is uncertain. This study tested the hypothesis that increased proteinuria after cardiac surgery is associated with an increased risk for AKI. DESIGN, SETTING, PARTICIPANTS, & MEASUREMENTS: This prospective cohort study included 1198 adults undergoing cardiac surg