What can the CCTS do for you? Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 205-934-7442.
|Physical Address (map):
Pittman Center for Advanced Medical Studies
1924 7th Avenue South
Birmingham, AL 35233
| Mailing Address:
111 PCAMS, 1720 2nd Avenue South
Birmingham, AL 35294-0007
|Robert Kimberly, MD
Director, UAB Center for Clinical and Translational Science
Senior Associate Dean for Clinical and Translational Research
Associate Vice President for Medicine and Biomedical Research
|Jennifer Croker, PhD
Executive Administrator, Research Commons
Questions about research resources and programs? Information about scheduling a project panel?
|Jean Lambert, MA
Want to know more about training opportunities, mentoring resources, seminars or career development resources?
Program Director, Research Commons
Need to schedule a Panel Done Quickly (PDQ)? Questions about our Research Voucher Program?
|Ryan Outman, MS
Administrative Director, CCTS Training Academy
Want to know more about training, mentoring resources, seminars or career development resources?
Would you like to reserve the PCAMS building for an event or meeting?
|Andria M. Cimino, MPH
Director of Strategic Communications & Outreach
Do you have a CTS success story to share? Feedback concerning our communication efforts? Questions about our website or social media channels?
Web Communications Specialist
Questions about our website or social media channels?
Director of Visual Communications
Do you need help creating and implementing a visual message? Do you need guidance sharing your message digitally or in person?
|Richard Hines, MBA
Clinical Translation Contacts
Clinical Trials Program
|Mansoor Saleh, MD
Medical Director, UAB Clinical Trials Administration Office
Director, CCTS/CCC Phase I Clinical Trial Unit
205-996-1403 or 205-934-2248 / email@example.com
Professor of Medicine and Pathology / Scientist, UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center/ Associate Director, Clinical Trials Network / Chair, Clinical Trials Review Committee
|Dr. Saleh, an experienced clinical trialist, works closely with investigators in the development of protocols, industry relationships and continuing enhancement of operational excellence in the conduct of our clinical trials. Implementing training and continuing education for investigators in good clinical practice and current trends in clinical trials, Dr. Saleh is a champion for excellence and a strong voice for the investigators in all disciplines.
Contact Dr. Saleh and his team for more information regarding the PHASE I CLINICAL TRIAL UNIT.
Clinical Research Support and Training (CRSP)
|Penelope Jester, RN, MPH, CCRC
Co-Director, UAB Clinical Trials Office
205-934-2424 / firstname.lastname@example.org
|Meredith Fitz-Gerald, RN, MSN
Research Nurse Manager
UAB Clinical Trials Office
UAB Clinical Research Support Program
205-975-2758 / email@example.com
|CRSP provides trained coordinators and research nurses to investigative teams that need additional assistance with study implementation ranging from regulatory assistance to study performance and close-out. CRSP provides staffing flexibility to investigators and enables the training of all study team personnel.
|Jason Nichols, OD, MPH, PhD, FAAO
Assistant Vice President, Industry Research Development
205-934-5109 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Nichols is facilitating our clinical trials portfolio by improving administrative processes and by developing new and expanded relationships with the pharmaceutical industry. Through the CCTS, he is also facilitating the development of multi-site trials by connecting investigators and assisting with administrative arrangements.
|Frannie Horn, JD, EdS
Program Manager, CCTS Multi-site Study Support
205-934-3980 / email@example.com
Frannie administers the activities of the Southeast Health Alliance for Research (SHARe) Advisory Committee, the HUB’s participation in the NCATS Trial Innovation Network and assists with the Common Metrics initiative. She is also the liaison with the Office of the Vice President for Research offices. She can answer questions about Network Partners’ and multi-site trials and the NCATS SMART IRB initiative.
Investigational New Drug / Investigational Device Exemptions
|Maaike Everts, PhD
Associate Professor, Pediatric Infectious Diseases;
Co-Director, Academic Drug Discovery Alliance
205-934-2973 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Everts leads a team that is available to advise investigators on FDA application processes for Investigational New Drugs (IND) and Investigative Device Exemptions (IDE). She can also assist in the translation of locally identified druggable targets into drug screening and development pipelines for novel compounds.