Who are the Black Women in Clinical Research?

Clinical Research is a field for people who want to make a difference in the world. It is a path that goes beyond finding a means to make a living and offers a platform to drive real change, in one of the most sensitive and important industries - Health. Clinical Research is a component of medical and health research whose focus is to use clinical trials and observational studies to provide knowledge on:

  1. Understanding human disease
  2. Developing preventive measures against illnesses
  3. Developing diagnostic methods
  4. Developing new means of treating illnesses
  5. Providing better patient care

To achieve these, health-background specialists such as nurses, physicians, pharmacists, medical specialists, dentists, physicians, and technologists can take a dive into the Clinical Research industry and be at the forefront of development. Additionally, individuals with a background in Data and who have a passion for serving humanity are also excellent candidates for a career in Clinical Research.

Indeed, the industry still has much room for absorption of new entrants, and particularly for a diverse and inclusive cohort. This is the reason Danielle S. Coe, founder and Chief Executive Officer of Black Women in Clinical Research, set up a community and platform to educate, empower, support, and help Black Women thrive in the field. Together with a team of brilliant and diversely skilled ladies, BWICR has supported thousands of women in establishing a career in Clinical Research, built the competencies of those in the field, and formed a sisterhood of learning together and of collective development. 

Our Chapters:

Join us in any of our established chapters close to you and connect with various black-lady professionals in Clinical Research.

  1. Florida
  2. Georgia
  3. Midwest
  4. Texas
  5. DMV
  6. Tennessee 
  7. Tri-State
  8. North Carolina

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