Kristie H. Lively, RN, BSN Named Vice President ACORN CRO
MEMPHIS, Tenn., May 11 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- ACORN CRO, an oncology-focused contract research organization, announces the addition of Kristie H. Lively, RN, BSN to its senior management team. In her role as Vice President, Lively will oversee all aspects of ACORN CRO's operations and services.
"Kristie Lively brings exceptional skills, knowledge and resources to our organization that will benefit our clients and their projects enormously as ACORN CRO continues it growth," remarked ACORN CRO COO Edward J. Stepanski, PhD when announcing her appointment. Lively previously served as CRO vice president for a large clinical research organization, conducting community-based clinical trials in oncology and other therapeutic areas.
Lively brings a unique skill set with over 15 years of healthcare industry experience with a strong background in quality assurance and operations, including all phases of CRO service operations and management. "Kristie's leadership capabilities, commitment to quality, and deep understanding of our customer needs make her an excellent fit for ACORN CRO as we expand operations," added Lee S. Schwartzberg, President and Medical Director, ACORN CRO.
Lively received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Memphis and holds memberships in Association of Clinical Research Professionals, Society of Quality Assurance, and Drug Information Association.
For additional information, visit www.ACORNcro.com.
About ACORN CRO
ACORN CRO is a full-service, oncology-focused contract research organization, providing value-driven, quality solutions to the pharmaceutical and biotech industry and offering unparalleled customer service in monitoring; clinical data management; statistical analysis; medical writing; and project management. ACORN CRO delivers insights from key oncology opinion leaders and accelerates the research process through advanced levels of efficiency.
CONTACT: Liz Conway of ACORN CRO, +1-901-435-5570, email@example.com
Web site: http://www.ACORNresearch.net/