ACTSI/Children's Pediatric Research Center Welcomes New Leadership

The Pediatric Research Center (PRC) at Egleston is now managed by Stephanie Meisner, RN, BSN, CCRP. Stephanie has been with Children's for nearly 20 years and is a leader in clinical research for the Critical Care and Endocrine group at the Egleston campus. Stephanie was awarded the July 2013 Daisy Award and earlier this month the March of Dimes named Stephanie the Pediatric Nurse of the Year for the state of Georgia.

The PRC is also privileged to have Anne M. Fitzpatrick, PhD, MSCR, APRN (ACTSI Master of Science in Clinical Research alumnae) as the new Program Director and ACTSI investigator, Larry Greenbaum, MD, PhD as the new Associate Program Director. In addition, Elizabeth Liu recently joined the PRC as Patient Research Coordinator/Technician. The PRC is available to support all your pediatric research needs. For more information on how to utilize the PRC for your study Submit a Request.

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