LEADERS IN CLINICAL RESEARCH
Excellence Through Equity
Leaders in Clinical Research are committed to achieving Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity in the drive for excellence in the Clinical Research field. Supporting a space for confident and resilient women leaders.
- Tue, Sep 27WebinarSep 27, 7:00 PM CDTWebinarEven the most senior leaders can find themselves in projects that feel completely off the rails, often times not realizing the misalignment began at the project's earliest stages. During this event we will discuss simple tools to make sure communication is clear and aligned with the goals of the pro
LEADERS IN CLINICAL RESEARCH AT A GLANCE
Leaders In Clinical Research (LCR) know that our strength lies not only in the words we stand by but most importantly through the actions of our initiatives. Our mission started during the 2020 pandemic crisis realizing that by working together we could overcome our challenges much more efficiently, and that is why we ultimately decided to launch Leaders In Clinical Research.
"Courage is like — it’s a habitus, a habit, a virtue: you get it by courageous acts. It’s like you learn to swim by swimming. You learn courage by couraging."
Marie Daly- 1947 Dr. Daly was the first African-American Woman to Earn a PhD in chemistry. She discovered the relationship between cholesterol and clogged arteries.
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"I learned from Téa Romero that those who are neurodivergent possess positive traits such as hyperfocus, objective thinking, strong visualization, and creative and innovative approaches when problem-solving.."
Sumana Jeddy/ Founder of Jeddy Wellness & The Wellness Summit/ @sjeddywellness/ June 2022
"Thanks for reading and more so. thank you for the work you do! You Are a warrior!"!
C.S. /Blog Reader/ April 2022
"Thank you for bringing light to our neurodiversities and for making an effort to create a safe space for us!"!
Workshop Participant/ March 2022
"I have ADHD and have been very ashamed about it for a large part of my life; ashamed of the diagnosis, ashamed of being medicated, etc etc. Only in the past couple years have I really begun to shed that shame and be more open about it and even proud at times of the ways it can also be a superpower of sorts."
Workshop Participant/ December 2021