Meet The Team
Randi M. Williams, MPH
Senior Clinical Research Manager
Randi Williams has more than 10 years’ experience managing clinical study protocols and has a thorough understanding of the research continuum. Ms. Williams leads the development of several registries, paying special attention to the informed consent process and preparing protocols appropriate for non-interventional observational research studies.
Ms. Williams also serves as a co-project manager of an National Institutes of Health (NIH)–funded contract, overseeing activities related to clinical studies funded extramurally by the Institute, with a special emphasis on responsible stewardship to ensure the safety and quality of these studies. In this role, Ms. Williams, along with her team members, serves as the point of contact for the study team, Data and Safety Monitoring Board (DSMB), and NIH to facilitate monitoring activities for more than 60 extramurally funded studies. She is responsible for reviewing the study materials (e.g., manuals of operating procedures, safety monitoring plans) and DSMB reports (blinded and unblinded data) to ensure they meet NIH and Office of Human Research Protections guidelines. Ms. Williams has taken a lead role in helping the client translate these guidelines into standardized study material templates, DSMB training materials, and other documents to communicate safety monitoring policies and clinical research requirements.
Ms. Williams obtained her master of public health degree from Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University. Prior to attending Emory, she received a bachelor of arts degree in psychology from Syracuse University.
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