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Melissa Pavlicek

Melissa Pavlicek
Born and raised in Puebla, Mexico, Melissa joined Trial Runners in 2015 as Marketing Manager. With over 8 years experience in marketing and advertising, applying a strong expertise in data-driven, long-term strategic planning, inbound marketing and content marketing.
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The technology revolution in clinical research

Posted by Melissa Pavlicek

By Jill Healy

I was the last hold out that I know of with a blackberry, back in the days of the 2000’s it was jokingly called the “crackberry” and all it really did was email and phone call.  But I loved it.

Times have changed, there are still jokes about phone addictions but the phone is so essential that I think most of us see it as a... Read More »

Great Leaders, Great Communicators: 5 tips for good communication.

Posted by Melissa Pavlicek

A leader should have many qualities, maybe the most important one is being a great communicator. But be careful, a great communicator is not the same as a great talker. Great talkers are trained to focus on vocabulary, enunciation, presence, delivery, grammar, syntax, etc. Basically they are taught to focus on themselves. This doesn’t mean that...

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Essential Project Management Skills

Posted by Melissa Pavlicek

Project Managers play a very important role in a CRO, they are the link in between the CRO, Sites, Sponsors, IRBs, Labs, etc.

As a project management professional, you’re a change agent working with teams that are made up of complex individuals in many different roles. Somehow you’re supposed to be a leader, and know how to read body language,...

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The power of targeting: Successful Enrollment through Target Audience

Posted by Melissa Pavlicek

We all are aware of the significant negative impact that low patient enrollment can have on studies and clinical trials.  The process of recruiting patients for a clinical trial can be long and tedious and sometimes become a real nightmare. It is really alarming looking at statistics, according to a study by Tufts Center for the Study of Drug...

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