Catrina Codd, is a clinical research professional with 30 years experience in healthcare and research across pharmaceutical, not-for-profit, hospital, government and academic environments. She has held a number of senior executive positions with demonstrated success in building research capacity, building research organisations from the ground up and establishing robust operational systems. She was the inaugural Research Manager for the Queensland Emergency Medicine Research Foundation. In this capacity she administered nearly $6 Million over three years and developed an iterative feedback grant preparation and peer review system focussed on optimising research outcomes. In 2006 she received Clinical Research Associate and Clinical Research Trainer certification with the Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP) and delivered their Good Clinical Practice for Research Professionals courses.
She holds a Master of Public Health (epidemiology and statistics) conducting original research on informed consent for clinical trials with cancer patients, a Bachelor of Science Degree (environmental pollution and health), is a hospital trained Registered Nurse.
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