Amanda Tirabassi Clinical Research Coordinator

Newmarket, ON
analyticaland adaptability in various work environmentsand comprehension of Italianand time management skillsand various clinical database sourcesAPPLIED SKILLS AND CERTIFICATIONS - Standard CPR Level CComplex decision making and problem solving skills with great attention to detailDemonstrated ability and extensive experience applying customer serviceExcellent interpersonalGood Clinical Practice (GCP)certificateGood understanding and use of SPSSIndependent self-evaluation and improvementLeadershipMac products softwareMicrosoft Office SuitePhysical stamina and advanced physical capabilities in various work environmentsStrong organizationalSufficient writtenTeam workverbalverbal and written communication skills

Amanda Tirabassi
610 – 9600 Yonge St
Richmond Hill ON, L4C 1V6
[email protected]

Walden University, — Masters of Public Health
Laurentian University, — Bachelor of Human Kinetics with a concentration inHealth Promotion (Honours)

Clinical Research Coordinator, PACE Cardiology; Newmarket, ON — 2016–Present
– Recruiting and enrolling patients in various clinical research programs, conducting program-specific follow-ups and patient care, and detailed data input for each program.
– Participating in the LEAN process improvement program as health care providers working together to provide optimal care to all clinic patients in a positive environment.
– Conducting and assisting the composition of research proposal and report reviews.
– Organized management and maintenance of confidential patient and program files.
Project Coordinator, Canadian Obesity Network; Sudbury, ON — 2013–2016
– Analyzing Sudbury’s obesity epidemic through independent and collaborative analysis of national demographic data
– Planning and implementing comprehensive health promotion programs among university students as a method of community health education and obesity prevention.
– Analysis of current policies, laws, and regulations in Northern Ontario contributing to high obesity rates in the Sudbury region.
– Preparation of materials, abstracts, reports, and seminar proposals for presentation at the University Network Kinesiology Conference.
Public Health Educator, My Vegi Box; Sudbury, ON — 2013–2014
– Participating in a local public health initiative to provide and educate regarding organic, healthy foods to community members.
– Gathering chemical data for various organic products for future use in novel production.
– Planning, organizing, and leading education presentations and events within the community.
– Coordinating with senior members to clarify and address current progress, monthly goals and vision, and areas of needed improvement.
Customer Care Advisor, Newmarket Hyundai; Newmarket, ON — 2015–2017
– Welcoming customers to a positive and professional environment and conducting vehicle inspections for each vehicle that enters the dealership.
– Working with mechanics to provide optimal service to all customers and vehicles.
– Processing service paperwork and organizing shuttle services for customers as needed.
– Managing customer files, organizing and scheduling customer recalls, and adhering to customer concerns and/or suggestions.

Teacher Assistant, International Languages; Barrie, ON — 2008–2012
Peer Buddy, Best Buddies; Sudbury/ Newmarket, ON — 2012–Present
Team Member, Laurentian Varsity Soccer; Sudbury, ON — 2012–2016
Vice President, Laurentian Athletic Advocacy Council; Sudbury, ON — 2015–2016

– Available Upon Request


August 2016 to August 2018 Masters of Public Health (In progress) at Walden University
September 2012 to April 2016 Bachelors of Human Kinetics with a concentration in Health Promotion at Laurentian University