Jodie has worked in the CRO industry for nearly 25 years, primarily in project management. She has extensive experience working in peri- and post-approval research, mainly in Phase IIIB/IV studies and expanded access/compassionate use, extended access programs, and extension/roll-over studies. Her more recent oversight responsibilities include a global named patient program (NPP) in melanoma; five expanded access programs (EAPs) in myeloid leukemia, multiple myeloma, melanoma and squamous cell non-small cell lung cancer; an extended access program (XAP) in breast cancer; and an open-label extension (OLE) study in epilepsy.
In her current role as the lead for Access Programs, Jodie manages a team of associate directors and project managers responsible for project delivery, ensures compliance with corporate project management procedures and best practices of assigned teams, helps coordinate and implement the short and long-range corporate strategies within the access program team via close partnership with internal operations and business experts, and provides access program specific operations consulting services to internal and external clients.
Previously, Jodie worked for several CROs, initially as a clinical research associate (CRA) and then as a project manager (PM) and associate director of project management. She has a bachelor’s degree in biology from Cornell University and is based in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina.