Julia has supported the ANCHOR Study from the initial planning and is proud to continue managing the trial with the research team through completion. She has served in various roles in clinical research management in oncology for over 17 years, including writing clinical protocols, managing research data, and ensuring regulatory compliance with the AIDS Malignancy Consortium’s Operations and Data Management Center, where she previously served as the project director for the ANCHOR Data Management Center.
Prior to joining the AMC, Julia worked in medical device regulatory consulting. She holds degrees in biology and public health, with a concentration on U.S. healthcare policy. She is thrilled to be part of ANCHOR’s success in demonstrating the effect of treatment for cancer prevention, and looks forward to the work ahead to continue learning from this important study.