Alexandra joined the Trials Management team at the Lancashire CTU in September 2018 and now has an active role across a variety of studies. Alex’s main responsibilities include managing the Workwell trial and the set-up and monitoring of Improvise study but continues to works across all studies currently open to recruitment at the LCTU.
Alongside the day to day management of the Workwell and Improvise studies, Alexandra's ongoing responsibilities include the set-up and maintenance of the Trial Master Files, development of CRFs and user guides, report writing and to coordinate with the data management team to ensure all data is collected and recorded in line with the protocol. Her role on the Improvise study has included travel overseas to India for monitoring purposes, organising and providing training to the site staff on their roles in the study and good research practice. Alex also has an active role on the Convince study, performing on site monitoring and assisting with the day to day management of the trial. Recently Alex has been involved in the setup of the Commits study. This has included the costing of the study for the SoECAT and reviewing study documents in preparation for the ethics submission.
Alexandra graduated from Lancaster University in 2017 with a First Class MSc in Natural Sciences. Alex initially joined the trial management team as a Senior Trials Assistant in 2018 before beginning her role as an Associate Trials Manager in 2019. Prior to her role at the LCTU, she worked in Early Phase Clinical Trials in Manchester, carrying out both clinical and study coordination duties. Most of Alexandra's experience was gained working on First in Man CTIMPs and the development of commercial drugs and devices.
- MSc (Hons) Natural Sciences, Lancaster University, 2017