Rhonda Larsen received her Physician Associate (PA) and Master of Health Science degree from Duke University.  She joined the Cardiology Division at Duke in 1990.  She was a clinical PA as well as the administrator for the Cardiology Associates group directing a 12 person mid-level practitioner group for 3 years.  She then became the manager for the Congestive Heart Failure research service from 1994-1997.  In 1997, she became the Director of Cardiology Site Coordination where she managed and centralized a group of 22 study coordinators for 50-60 ongoing clinical trials in 6 therapeutic areas: CHF, cardiac transplant, secondary prevention, interventional/device, acute coronary syndrome, and peripheral vascular disease.  In 2002, she was appointed Director of Site Based research for the Duke Clinical Research Institute and developed a site model for 4 therapeutic areas: primary care, infectious disease, cardiology and GI/Hepatology.  She was appointed a faculty position as Associate Vice Chair for Clinical Research for the Department of Medicine at Duke University in March 2005. She most recently left Duke to become the Chief Operating Office for Saint Joseph’s Research Institute at Saint Joseph’s hospital in Atlanta, Georgia. She has sat on many committees for policy and procedures and lectures widely on site research organizations/models and regulatory compliance. Rhonda is now offering her services as a private consultant.
 

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