Beth joined MSQC in March of 2012 to help initiate and implement clinical projects for the purpose of surgical quality improvement across the collaborative.
Beth began her undergraduate studies as a “Sparty” and received her Bachelors of Science from Michigan State University in 2005. While in college, she worked for the Ingham County Health Department conducting group health workshops teaching adolescent health, reproduction, social issues and multicultural awareness. Beth went on to earn her Masters of Science in Clinical Research Administration and has since gained over 5 years of clinical trial experience working with the University of Michigan, Department of Transplant Surgery as a clinical research coordinator.
Her experience with the conduct of clinical trials in accordance with Good Clinical Practice, regulatory management and Institutional Review Boards will be utilized to implement surgical quality improvement projects for MSQC member hospitals.