Rana Dadashova is an Associate Project Manager for the RA BIODAM study. On a daily basis, she plans and coordinates all operational activities required for the collection and delivery of biosamples and various images within the study. She serves as the first point of contact for study sites worldwide to ensure that the images and biosamples are collected in accordance with GCP and ethical standards and are of good analyzable quality.
Rana Dadashova graduated from the Faculty of General Medicine, Azerbaijan Medical University in 1995. She started her research career in 2002 when she served as a National Coordinator of the Information and Research Center in Azerbaijan. In 2006, she moved to Canada and continued her research activities as Research Assistant and Clinical Study Coordinator for several clinical trials in the Department of Medicine at the University of Alberta. She is experienced in clinical trials conducted in the fields of Neurology and Psychiatry.
In 2011, she successfully graduated from the University of Alberta with a Master Degree of Science in Psychiatry. In that same year, she joined the team at CaRE Arthritis.
Rana has a long standing career interest in advancing the methodology and conduction of research studies that ultimately leads to the improvements in help for individual patients.