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What’s New at CCRstudies

Monday, May 6th, 2019

What’s new at Coastal Connecticut Research?  We’ve been busy this spring!  (Although with all the rain in April and early May, we’re kind of still waiting for that lovely spring weather!)

We visited the Pawcatuck Neighborhood Center in late April where Dr. Robert M. Spitz discussed the important role women play in healthcare research.   Special thanks to those who attended and asked questions regarding topics ranging from the changes in birth control over the past 30 years and physiological changes that occur with menopause. We also participated in the Mind, Body and Soul Event at Genesis Rehabilitation in Groton, better known as the Groton Regency.  We have a variety of events scheduled in May.  We’ll be visiting the MS Dream Center of Rhode Island on May 7th, we’re conducting a Mobile Memory Clinic at the Public Library of New London from 1-3pm on May 8th and we’ll be attending the Southeast Senior Network and M Team May meetings.  In June Dr. Robert Spitz will be addressing the Southeast Senior Network at their monthly meeting where he will introduce those in attendance to clinical research and the role of the volunteer.

We are grateful for the opportunity to connect with people from the community.  If you are interested in an education presentation or Mobile Memory Clinic, contact MaryLou Gannotti at 860-443-4567 or email marylou@ccrstudies.com.

What’s New at CCRstudies

Monday, June 26th, 2017

It’s summertime!  It’s an exciting time for Coastal Connecticut Research in New London.  We have a variety of new studies we will be launching, and we continue to seek volunteers for our current studies including Migraine Prevention, Mild Memory Loss, and Overactive Bladder.

In addition to launching some new studies this summer, we’re also welcoming a new member to our staff.  Kelley Sanok RN has joined the CCRstudies team as a Research Nurse and Study Coordinator.  We are delighted to welcome Kelley, who is a Ledyard native and Stonington resident.  Kelley holds dual degrees from the University of Connecticut including a BS in Nursing and a BS in Allied Health.

We are also wishing the very best of luck to Jessie Hatfield LPN and Sarah Ballard LPN who are moving on to new adventures in their life.

Jessie had been with our site since 2011 and has been accepted into the RN program at Three Rivers Community College. She is going to be devoting herself to her studies this fall and we wish her the best of luck! Jessie had a tremendous rapport with her patients and kept things very lively at our site with her sense of humor and zest for life.   Sarah Ballard LPN, who worked as our Financial Coordinator has landed a full-time position in her chosen field, accounting, and we wish her well in her new endeavor.  Sarah worked part-time at our site since 2015 while balancing her life responsibilities and full time school work.  After earning her Associates in Accounting this past May she set a goal of working full time in her field and landed a new job doing what she lives.   Again, best of luck to Sarah and Jessie.

If you are interested in learning more about our current and upcoming studies, or if you want to learn more about our no cost memory screenings, contact us today at (860) 443-4567.  We look forward to telling you what’s new at CCRstudies!