Ms. Roseman started working with the Duke-MURDOCK Study as a recruitment volunteer in February 2012. A few months later she joined the team full-time as a Clinical Trials Assistant II and then became a Clinical Research Coordinator I in November 2015. Ms. Roseman serves as the Node Coordinator for the NIDA CTN Mid Southern Node, which involves communicating between staff in the Mid-Southern Node and other CTN Node staff, as well as providing regulatory oversight, IRB submissions, staff training and maintenance on specific protocols, data collection and miscellaneous support to faculty as needed. She is also lead coordinator for the Memory and Cognitive Health Study.
Ms. Roseman has lived in Concord for most of her life and enjoys the public interaction of recruitment, as well as the opportunity to introduce people to important research underway in Cabarrus County. When not working, Ms. Roseman enjoys yoga and spending time outdoors with her dog, Cash.
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