Durham, NC (PRWEB) February 12, 2010
StatWorks, Inc., a contract research organization (CRO) specializing in statistical and data management services, announces the addition of Kimberly New, CCRA as Project Director. Kimberly New will provide senior leadership to grow the company’s project management team.
Ms New’s focus will be utilizing her 20 years of experience in both the CRO and pharmaceutical industry to manage global projects and to manage key sponsor relationships. She will be the key contact with sponsors to ensure projects are conducted efficiently and on time.
“I am very pleased to welcome Kim to the StatWorks team,” said Mark Paul, Chief Executive Officer. “In addition to her technical skills, Kim brings a strong sponsor perspective which will help us continue to build on our mission to create an experience of a large company with the service and value of a small company.”
She earned her bachelor’s degrees in Mathematics and Statistics from Eastern Kentucky University. She began her career as a statistical programmer with Statistical Consultants and was the primary lead programmer for the ISS and ISE for a cardiovascular product later approved by the FDA. She has supported over 50 pharmaceutical companies (phase I-IV) in the areas of data management, programming and project management. She also oversaw clinical data management and site management activities with a late-phase CRO, REGISTRAT.
Prior to joining StatWorks, Ms. New was the Project Director for Ikano Therapeutics Inc. overseeing the execution of Ikano’s clinical trials including vendor selection & management, clinical monitoring, site management, clinical supplies, subject material development, training and oversight of data management and statistical analysis activities.
StatWorks, Inc., founded in 1997, is a growing clinical research firm that specializes in providing high quality statistical analysis, statistical programming, data management, EDC and technical services to biopharmaceutical and medical device companies. The company's expertise spans all phases of clinical development as well as supporting regulatory filings and manuscript preparation. For more information, see http://www.statworks.net
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