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Kathyrn Boone

4078 Negramont Cove
Austin, TX 78700


Drug Research Study Monitor and Coordinator

CLINICOR, INC. Plan, organize, and implement ophthalmic drug studies. Monitor accuracy and completeness of data, ensuring adherence to study protocols and submitting appropriate completed documents to pharmaceutical companies. Perform miscellaneous tasks associated with successful completion of studies. 1994–present

BARTON RESEARCH, INC. Conducted pharmacological clinical research trials. Responsible for adherence to protocols, recruitment and enrollment of qualified patients, data collection and quality assurance of documentation. Assisted Director of Clinical Research in clinical operations, specializing in ophthalmic procedures. 1991–1993

Science Consultant and Technical Writer

EDUCATION SYSTEMS CORPORATION. Science writer and expert consultant, producing text for Compton.s Children.s Encyclopedia on CD-ROM on various scientific subjects including human anatomy, entomology, zoology, astronomy, paleontology, and chemistry. 1988–1989

Certified Ophthalmic Technician

AUSTIN REGIONAL CLINIC, TEXAN EYE CENTER, EYE CLINIC OF GALVESTON. Developed diverse skill base in ophthalmic procedures, specializing in internal ocular photography and visual field testing for ocular pathology. Organized inpatient surgical schedules, assisted in surgical procedures, and maintained excellent patient relations. 1985–1991

Tutor and Lab Assistant

UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS MEDICAL BRANCH, AUSTIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE. Tutored medical and nursing students in lecture and lab material for human anatomy, microanatomy, and histology classes, emphasizing identification of both gross and microscopic specimens. Developed lab curriculum. 1981–1984


Medical School, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston

Cumulative GPA of 87.0, ranked in top sixth of 210 member class. Acquired excellent working knowledge of pharmacology, biochemistry, cytology, human anatomy, histology, physiology, microbiology, genetics, endocrinology, and neurology. 1982–1984

University of Texas at Austin

B.S. Zoology with Honors. Beta Beta Beta Biology Honor Society, Dean's Honor List Spring 1978 and Fall 1980, Alpha Phi Omega Service Fraternity. 1977–1980


Ophthalmic Medical Assistant Society
Joint Commission of Allied Health Personnel in Ophthalmology


Mountain biking, camping, gardening, African violets, reading.


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