Research Navigator and Trial Innovation Network Coordinator
SC CTSI Role
Camila will serve as a research navigator for investigators who have questions regarding where to locate clinical research resources, provide referrals to appropriate clinical research offices, and help investigators connected with various cores within CTSI. Camila will also help coordinate efforts related to requests from the Trial Innovation Network (TIN), assist USC investigators with applying for TIN resources, and help USC TIN investigators lead multi-centered studies.
Camila received her bachelor’s degree from USC in Neuroscience. She has worked in clinical trials over the past two years and have gained experience in recruiting, enrolling, and retaining patients throughout various studies, as well as managing clinical trials and data collection.
Camila's interests outside of work are reading, travelling, and trying new foods.