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Cornelia Kamp, M.B.A.

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Professional Background

Ms. Kamp is a Senior Associate, Executive Director Strategic Initiatives, Clinical Materials Services Unit (CMSU) in the Center for Human Experimental Therapeutics (CHET). Ms. Kamp received her Masters in Business Administration from the William E. Simon School of Business Administration from the University of Rochester, with a dual major in Finance and Operations Management in 1994. Ms. Kamp has more than 20 years experience in pharmaceutical based research, both commercial and academic. Ms. Kamp established and leads the Clinical Materials Services Unit (CMSU) which provides packaging, labeling, distribution, return and destructions services for investigational drugs/devices. Ms. Kamp has served as the Senior Project Manager for numerous clinical studies in a number of neurological conditions. She was the Director of Operations for the Clinical Trials Coordination Center (CTCC), University of Rochester, for 8 years responsible for project and data management, monitoring and administration. She has also participated on the steering committees for a number of trials. Ms. Kamp was the Vice President of Operations, SCIREX Research Centers/Premier Research Group (PRG) a for-profit Contract Research Organization (CRO) for three years, overseeing four fully owned research sites, employing 140 clinic staff engaged in studies for acute pain. Additionally, she was responsible for establishing a fifth clinic with a fully functional OR during her tenure. Ms. Kamp has a primary research interest in: Clinical trial design; simplifying clinical materials (drugs/devices) procurement, packaging, labeling, and distribution; regulatory aspects of conducting international clinical trials; recruitment strategies; and site performance metrics.

Credentials

Education

1987
BS | St Univ at Binghamton
Biological Sciences/German Language & Literature

1994
MBA | University of Rochester
Finance & Operations Management

Publications

Journal Articles

12/2022
Carey ET, Geller EJ, Rapkin A, Farb D, Cutting H, Akaninwor J, Stirling C, Bortsov A, McNulty S, Merrill P, Zakroysky P, DeLaRosa J, Luo S, Nackley AG. "Rationale and design of a multicenter randomized clinical trial of vestibulodynia: understanding pathophysiology and determining appropriate treatments (vestibulodynia: UPDATe)." Annals of medicine.. 2022 Dec; 54(1):2885-2897.

5/25/2022
Dworkin RH, Anderson BT, Andrews N, Edwards RR, Grob CS, Ross S, Satterthwaite TD, Strain EC. "If the doors of perception were cleansed, would chronic pain be relieved? Evaluating the benefits and risks of psychedelics." The journal of pain.. 2022 May 25; Epub 2022 May 25.

2022
Kapural L, Syed Shah N, Fang ZP, Mekhail N. "Multicenter, Double-Blinded, Randomized, Active-Sham Controlled Clinical Study Design to Assess the Safety and Effectiveness of a Novel High Frequency Electric Nerve Block System in the Treatment of Post-Amputation Pain (The QUEST Study)." Journal of pain research.. 2022 15:1623-1631. Epub 2022 Jun 03.

Books & Chapters

2010
Chapter Title: Study Conduct: Academic and Industry Perspectives
Book Title: Clinical Trials in Neurology: From Idea to Implementation
Author List: Ravina B, Cummings J, McDermott M, Poole M, Kamp C, Germain JM
Published By: Cambridge University Press 2010

2002
Chapter Title: Participant Recruitment and Retention in Clinical Trials
Book Title: Protecting Study Volunteers in Research: A Manual for Investigative Sites
Author List: Dunn C, Chadwick G, Kamp C, Shinaman A
Edited By: Sara Gambrill
Published By: Ken Getz 2002 in Boston

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