<span id="richard">Richard Dixon</span>

Richard Dixon

Safety Officer
BComm, BEc, GradDipCA

Richard is currently the Safety Officer at PCRGTM and has been in this role since joining the company in 2014.

Richard’s primary responsibility is assessment of adverse events which have occurred to subjects enlisted in medical trials in collaboration with ourt Medical Advisors to determine whether the adverse event meets criteria for reporting to the TGA. Richard also has experience assisting with preparation of study protocols, investigator’s brochures, patient informed consent forms and other study documents.

Prior to joining PCRGTM, Richard worked in the financial services industry as a Manager at top tier accounting firms. After being accepted into Medical School, Richard now follows his passion and is undertaking a BSc (Genetics).

<span id="jennifer">Jennifer Evans</span>

Jennifer Evans

Office Manager

Jennifer has held numerous Senior Executive Assistant and Office Management positions in large International corporations, small/medium companies and start-ups – both in Australia and Internationally . Her more than 40 years’ experience spans finance, administration, logistics, staff training, marketing, events management, IT and HR.

She has been with PCRGTM for 12 years.

<span id="jenny">Jenny Lam</span>

Jenny Lam

B. Adv. Sci (Hons), PhD (Medicine)
Project Manager

Jenny is a Project Manager at PCRGTM and joined the company in 2011. She is based in the Sydney, Australia.

Jenny graduated with a Doctoral of Philosophy in Immunology and Haematology from the University of Sydney in 2009. Jenny started as a Clinical Research Associate at AstraZeneca in 2008 where she helped facilitate activities associated with the evaluation, initiation, monitoring and closeout of clinical trials in the therapeutic areas of Oncology, Respiratory and Cardiovascular. During her time at AstraZeneca she became the main point of contact for up to 15 sites around Australia and across multiple therapeutic areas.

Jenny joined the NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre at the University of Sydney in 2010 where she was involved in the trial management and monitoring of a large scale Phase IV Oncology trial with sites in Australia and New Zealand and became the project lead for another Phase III oncology trial. As a project lead she also chaired meetings, conducted presentations, prepared study reports as well as worked in collaboration with sponsors from the UK and USA.

Jenny joined PCRGTM in 2011 as a CRA where she was involved in initiating, monitoring and close out of investigational sites in the ANZ and Asia region on Phase I-IV trials. She was subsequently promoted to Senior CRA in late 2012 and then to Project Manager in 2014.

<span id="joanna">Joanna Hinge</span>

Joanna Hinge

Project Manager
MBA, RComp (Nursing)

Joanna joined the PCRGTM team in 2013 and is based in Auckland, New Zealand.

Joanna has an MBA from Southern Cross University, Lismore and is a registered comprehensive nurse, having specialized in the field of Intensive Care.

She has extensive clinical research experience, having been involved in or managed over 80 clinical research studies, specializing in therapeutic areas including diabetes, genitourinary, neurological, cardiovascular, infectious/parasitic, major trauma and sepsis.

Joanna has been responsible for all stages of clinical studies from clinical trial planning with sponsors, site feasibility, contract negotiation, regulatory applications and approvals, staff training, study start-up, enrolment, maintenance, close-out management and sponsor liaison.

<span id="trish">Trish Grey</span>

Trish Grey

RCompN (Nursing), BSc

Trish Grey is a Senior Clinical Research Associate and joined Pacific Clinical Research GroupTM in 2005. She is based in Auckland, New Zealand.

Trish has been actively involved in clinical research for over 20 years originally beginning as a Research Coordinator at one of Auckland’s major hospitals before moving to PCRGTM.

Trish is a New Zealand Registered Nurse and her nursing included working in acute surgical care, diabetes, acute renal and coronary care.

Since working with PCRGTM, Trish has worked on numerous studies from first in human to global Phase III & IV studies with many sites in New Zealand and Australia.

Chris Goldie

Senior Clinical Research Associat

Chris is a Senior Clinical Research Associated based in Auckland, New Zealand.

Chris has a diploma in nursing, with a post graduate certificate in cardiothoracic nursing. She worked in a variety of cardiac settings but predominately specialised in interventional angiography where she was nurse unit manager of Mercy Angiography.

Chris was involved in patient recruitment for a women’s health study for Auckland Unitec, and as a research coordinator for Auckland University.

She then moved to PCRGTM in 2009 as a CRA, now Senior CRA, and has worked with in a wide variety of therapeutic areas and on studies from first in man to phase 4 trials.

<span id="christine">Christine Nimalasiri</span>

Christine Nimalasiri

Senior Clinical Research Associate
Bsc (Hons)

Christine Nimalasiri is a Senior Clinical Research Associate who is currently based in Singapore.

Christine studied Biomedical Science at Kings College London and after graduating entered the pharmaceutical field as a Product Executive at Steifel Laboratories where she was responsible for implementing sales strategies and forecasting. She then started working as a Clinical Trial Assistant at Premier Research Group in the UK where in addition to gaining a greater understanding and knowledge on how clinical trials were performed and managed, she also had the opportunity to co-monitor with CRAs across various therapeutics areas.

Christine joined PCRGTM in 2009 as a CRA and was initially based in Sydney where she has worked with many Australian sites. Despite relocating to Singapore in 2011, she remains focussed on monitoring and management of sites in Australia, but also with select high quality sites in Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong and Thailand.