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Dapo - DRG's Kidney Care Staff

Dapo

Research

I graduated from the University of North Texas with a BA in Biology and minor in Chemistry and mathematics. This is my second year in research and I absolutely love it. Love research? Yes, it's true I surely do. The development of an investigational product is incredible and to see how it works with patients. I strive to have a positive impact on every individual I come across may it be a patient, doctor or staff member.
Kim - DRG's Kidney Care Staff

Kim

Research

Becoming a part of this group of respected professionals during Covid19, a world wide pandemic means so much to me. I have worked in clinical research for over 20 years and been a part of teams bringing various vaccines and new, innovative drugs to market. Clinical research gives us a way to expand our knowledge of treatments and to extend those treatments to individuals who may not otherwise receive treatment due to cost. I count it a blessing to work everyday with such a talented group of individuals who focus on the care of our patient population and the advancement of science.
Gloria - DRG's Kidney Care Staff

Gloria

Research

I received my Business Administration Certificate from Interactive Learning Systems and Medical Assisting Certificate from Nurses Medical Care Clinic in Dallas, Texas. After working as a Nurses Aide for two years, I entered the field of clinical research in 2006 as a coordinator. My career training and cumulative years of experience have taught me the importance of creating a place of familiarity and confidence in order to support my patients in their goal of improving their health. “ Unity is a strength… where there is teamwork and collaboration, wonderful things can be achieved.” -Mattie Stepanek
Jasmine - DRG's Kidney Care Staff

Jasmine

Research

I graduated from Kennesaw State University with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and have worked in research since 2015. My previous positions in Phase 1 and healthcare have given me a well-rounded skill set for my role at Liberty Research. Research has allowed me to witness firsthand the process of developing new medications and treatments. I enjoy engaging with my patients; learning their quirks and life stories.
Veronica - DRG's Kidney Care Staff

Veronica

Research

After earning my Medical Assistant Certificate from ATI Career Training in Dallas, Texas and working as an MA for 6 years, I moved into the field of Clinical Research as a coordinator in 2010. In this field we are able to see the reward of our hard work to improve the health and quality of life in the lives of our patients. I strive each day to support my patients in any way that I can and also collect new information that could help improve the lives of many others. Clinical research is creating new knowledge for others.
Ginger - DRG's Kidney Care Staff

Ginger

Research

Clinical Research is a way to take what we have currently available to us and look for safer, more efficient ways to improve the lives of our patients, one patient at a time. For me, seeing patients find a treatment that helps them is the best part of my job. It is both exciting and humbling to be a part of the advancement of medicine. I feel very lucky to work with a group of physicians who emphasize patient relationships. DRG physicians educate their patients and empower them to make the best decisions for their health. I have worked in all phases of research studies over the past 20 years. I have seen medications go from just a number to having a brand-name and becoming available at pharmacies. Clinical research gives treatments to patients who would not otherwise be treated. It is my greatest joy to be involved in that process.