Marina Tadros on Impact

 

If you put together a list of personality traits that would make a person well-suited for research, you’d end up describing Marina Tadros. At least that’s the impression I got after our conversation.

On a personal level, Marina is a jazz musician with a passion for cooking and reading. Professionally she’s a hardworking and dedicated professional that loves research. Specifically, Marina says “I love the translational aspect of research…I love seeing research develop from lab bench to bedside.”

Having worked in both the Scientific “Laboratory” and the Clinical “Humanistic” areas of research, Marina places great importance on the scientific process that enables clinical research and study design.
 
 

Having worked in both the Scientific “Laboratory” and the Clinical “Humanistic” areas of research, Marina places great importance on the scientific process that enables clinical research and study design.

After doing extensive research as an undergrad at the University of Rochester, Marina worked as a Research Coordinator at Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan.  Here at Premier Clinical Research she sees patients and works with study sponsors to ensure that the clinical trials run smoothly from start to finish.

“In clinical research, we get to see the impacts of our work firsthand.”


 
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Jonathan McClung