Meet Our eCOA Consulting Team

ERT’s eCOA Consulting team provides expertise to biopharmaceutical companies when making decisions about the strategies, instruments, implementation, and regulatory defense of Clinical Outcome Assessments (COAs) in clinical programs. Our scientists and industry experts can help you achieve regulatory approval and commercial success – Learn more about ERT eCOA Clinical Science & Consulting Services.

Susan M. Dallabrida, PhD- Vice President of Clinical Science & Consulting

Susan M. Dallabrida, PhD

Susan M. Dallabrida, PhD

Vice President of Clinical Science and Consulting

Dr. Susan Dallabrida is the eCOA Vice President of Clinical Science and Consulting at ERT. She has over 22 years of experience leading clinical research, trial design and strategy, and product development. She is expert in instrument development and psychometric validation and conceptual equivalence/ content validity studies for eCOA/COA. She interacts with regulatory agencies such as the FDA to support development and use of PRO’s for labeling claims. She is expert in eCOA/COA design for clinical trials and optimizing data quality via incorporation of outcomes reliability training for site raters, subjects and caregivers, clinical data surveillance and clinical data validation. She conducts research to determine how to optimize eCOA/COA data quality and capture. Dr. Dallabrida presents educational webinars and lectures on effective eCOA design and use in clinical trials and is frequently asked to speak on why rater training matters in clinical trials. She has led cross-functional drug discovery and product development teams and collaborations in diverse areas including: oncology, cardiovascular disease, hemophilia, dermatology, obesity, and vascular disorders. She earned a B.A. in Chemistry and a B.S. in Biology, both cum laude, from Bloomsburg University; and a Ph.D. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from Pennsylvania State University. Dr. Dallabrida has significant regulatory experience in the US and internationally for biologics and small molecules. She has a broad background in scientific presentations and writing with 21 publications, 14 grants, 3 patents, 20 awards, 45 conference presentations, and 37 abstracts. In 2014, PharmaVOICE named Dr. Dallabrida as one of the 100 most inspiring professionals in the life sciences industry.

Sarah Tressel Gary, PhD - Senior Science Advisor

Sarah Tressel Gary, PhD

Sarah Tressel Gary, PhD

Senior Scientist and Clinical Outcomes Lead

Dr. Tressel Gary has over 3 years of experience in eCOA and the development and validation of PRO’s in support of labeling claims, and over 6 years of experience in clinical trial design and strategy. She has significant experience working with PRO development and validation studies, questionnaire design, working with developers of standardized instruments and developing site rater, subject and caregiver training. Sarah has substantial expertise in the C-SSRS, eC-SSRS, MINI and VABS. She is expert is developing rater training to align with eCOA implementations and workflow. She is experienced in cognitive debriefing and usability testing in a number of therapeutic areas. Her clinical research experience was focused on hematology, rare disease, oncology, migraine, diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Dr. Tressel Gary has co-authored 12 publications and received several honors and awards, including an AHA Postdoctoral Fellowship.

Millie Gerzon - Science Advisor & Global Language Lead for Rater Translations

Millie Gerzon

Millie Gerzon

Science Advisor & Global Language Lead for Rater Translations

Millie Gerzon has over 5 years of experience in ePRO diary localization and translation, and 2 years specializing in ePRO and the development and validation of PROs in support of labeling claims. As Science Advisor she consults regularly on effective eCOA/ePRO diary design and strategy. Ms. Gerzon is also experienced in qualitative research studies including cognitive debriefing and usability testing across multiple therapeutic areas. As Global Language Lead, she advises on localization best-practices for eCOA/ePRO development, and manages all aspects of translation and localization support throughout the lifecycle of numerous studies. In addition, she consults on the development of clinician, caregiver, and subject rater training, and oversees the development of localized training content to optimize research outcomes. Millie earned a BA in International Development Studies and Arabic from McGill University, and is fluid in French, Arabic, Spanish and Russian.

Laura Khurana - MPH Scientific Advisor

Laura Khurana, MPH

Laura Khurana, MPH

Scientific Advisor

Laura has over 7 years experience working in public health and clinical research, and is responsible for providing scientific guidance on trial design and strategy, outcomes services and data analysis. She earned her Master of Public Health degree in International Health from Boston University School of Public Health where she designed the curriculum for a new master’s level course focused on mHealth entitled “Using Mobile Technology to Improve Health Outcomes.”

Ellen M. Durand, PhD - Science Advisor

Ellen M. Durand, PhD

Ellen M. Durand, PhD

Scientific Advisor

As a Scientific Advisor at ERT, Dr. Durand provides scientific guidance on trial design and strategy, outcomes services and data analysis to Sales, Marketing, and Client Services functions. She joined ERT with over 9 years of research experience in translational medicine. Her clinical research experience was focused on hematology and hematological malignancies, stem cell biology, oncology, and vascular biology. Dr. Durand is experienced in scientific presentation and writing. She has co-authored 10 published manuscripts and dozens of conference abstracts. She earned her BA in Molecular and Cell Biology from Clark University and her PhD in Human Biology and Translational Medicine from Harvard Medical School.

Nadeeka Dias, PhD - Clinical Scientific Advisor

Nadeeka Dias, PhD

Nadeeka Dias, PhD

Clinical Scientific Advisor

Dr. Dias is a clinical neuroscientist with 6 years of in-depth experience in the design and management of human clinical research. She has extensive expertise in psychiatry and neuropharmacology, as well as proficiency in the administration and scoring of psychological/CNS assessments. Dr. Dias is highly skilled in working with psychiatric patients, particularly with depression, suicidal ideation and behavior, and addictive behaviors. She has been involved in nearly a dozen CNS clinical trials with medication interventions aimed at the treatment of addiction and psychiatric disorders. She is proficient in the administration and scoring of psychiatric/CNS assessments, MINI, SCID, RBANS, BDI, BIS, C-SSRS, et al. Dr. Dias completed her Ph.D. in Neuroscience at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston and her Postdoctoral Fellowship at Harvard Medical School.

Michael Sadler, PhD - Clinical Scientific Advisor

Michael Sadler, PhD - Clinical Scientific Advisor

Michael Sadler, PhD - Clinical Scientific Advisor

Clinical Scientific Advisor

Dr. Sadler is a clinical psychologist with more than 20 years of experience in the clinical environment. Michael is expert in neuropsychology with subspecialties in CNS, epidemiology, biostatistics and geriatric research. He has considerable experience in sponsored CNS pharmaceutical clinical trials as a sub-investigator and rater, including trials in major depressive disorder, treatment-resistant depression and schizophrenia. He has created educational materials and presentations to effectively communicate complex scientific information to a variety of audiences. He has achieved certification on industry gold standard measures in many sponsored pharmaceutical clinical trials across CNS indications: Major depressive disorder, treatment-resistant depression, pediatric depression, ADHD, Alzheimer’s disease and MCI, schizophrenia, and GAD. He has clinical trial experience in sponsored psychiatric studies across multiple indications; solid understanding of clinical trial process, clinical drug development, ICH, FDA and ISO regulations and guidelines. Michael has a PhD and MS in clinical psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

Rinah T. Yamamoto, PhD, Clinical Scientific Advisor

Rinah T. Yamamoto, PhD, Clinical Scientific Advisor

Rinah T. Yamamoto, PhD, Clinical Scientific Advisor

Clinical Scientific Advisor

Dr. Yamamoto is a research psychologist with more than 10 years of experience in the clinical environment. She has extensive training in clinical assessments, SCID MINI, HDRS, HARS, MADRS, and YMRS. She is proficient in statistical analysis of behavioral data. She has extensive experience administering, scoring, and training on clinical assessments for clinical trials and is an experienced site rater. Dr. Yamamoto holds a PhD in Experimental Psychology from Tufts University, and completed a post-doctoral fellowship in Behavioral Psychopharmacology at McLean Hospital – Harvard Medical School. She has been an instructor in the department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School for the past 7 years.

Valdo Arnera, MD - General Manager & Scientific Advisor Europe

Valdo Arnera, MD

Valdo Arnera, MD

General Manager & Scientific Advisor Europe

Dr. Arnera joined ERT in 2000, and founded the company’s European affiliate in January, 2001. During his more than 25 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry, he has held positions ranging from Clinical Research Physician to Vice President of Medical Affairs. Skilled in both science and management, Dr. Arnera currently serves as the General Manager of ERT European operations. He has also been several years a member of the Program Committee for the Annual DIA Meeting and the DIA Euro Meeting, and the co-chair of the 2011 Euro Meeting. Prior to joining ERT, Dr. Arnera founded the first European Central Clinical Laboratory dedicated to clinical trials, SciCor (now Covance Central Laboratory), and practiced medicine in various positions. Dr. Arnera received his French State Doctor’s Degree in Medicine from the University of Clermont-Ferrand I.

Steve Raymond, PhD - Chief Scientific & Quality Officer

Steve Raymond, PhD

Steve Raymond, PhD

Chief Scientific and Quality Officer

Dr. Raymond has held faculty appointments for neurophysiology and anesthesia at the Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s Hospital. He also served on the faculty of the Departments of Biology, Electrical and Computer Engineering and the Research Laboratory of Electronics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Dr. Raymond has a BS degree in physiology from Stanford University and a PhD degree in biology with a specialization in neurophysiology from MIT. Dr. Raymond has invented several devices and systems, and is the first listed inventor on patents for the personal health tracker as well as patents for protecting nerves during surgery. He serves ERT in a multitude of capacities, including chief visionary, product designer, leader of ERT’s innovation team, and liaison for academic medicine. He is responsible for providing ERT with the scientific, regulatory, quality and information management expertise needed to achieve its vision of transforming clinical research through innovative technology. Dr. Raymond actively contributes to clinical research conferences and scientific societies. With others at ERT he helped Dr. Becky Kush found the Clinical Data Interchange Standards Consortium (CDISC). His current research interest concerns measures that track wellbeing, clinical benefit and cognitive performance.

Brian Tiplady, PhD - Senior Scientist

Brian Tiplady, Ph.D.

Brian Tiplady, Ph.D.

Senior Scientist

Dr. Tiplady has a PhD in Neurochemistry with expertise in psychology. He has over 28 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry. He has been involved with all stages of the clinical trial process, from being an investigator in human pharmacology studies, through monitoring, project management, data handling and IT, statistical analysis, and reporting. He is expert in central nervous system, depression, and senile dementia. He has substantial expertise in CNS clinical pharmacology including sedative drug effects on performance and issues in the elderly. He is expert in psychometrics and measurement properties of patient-reported diaries and questionnaires. In neuroscience, he conducted research in human behavioral pharmacology and actions of alcohol on error processing and inhibition. In cognition, he developed portable and internet based cognitive test systems for use in a wide variety of settings, including driver impairment and monitoring performance in a natural, everyday setting. He has over 60 publications plus many abstracts, including editing the first full-length book devoted to ePRO, ““ePRO: Electronic Solutions for Patient-Reported Data”. Dr. Tiplady received his PhD in Neurochemistry from Imperial College, London.

June Tuller, BA - Senior Rater Training Developer

June Tuller, BA

June Tuller, BA

Senior Rater Training Developer

June is a Senior Training Developer, responsible for designing and developing ERT education courses, eLearning modules, and Rater training courses. She has over 18 years of experience in instructional design and course development, with a focus on using technology to present engaging content and instruction. Prior roles include Training Development Consultant, Instructional Designer/Developer and Training Manager at national and global services firms. June earned her Bachelor of General Studies, with minors in Sociology and Political Science from Indiana University and is currently completing her Master of Science in Instructional Design and Technology at Southern New Hampshire University.

Dorothy Benton, BA - Rater Training Developer

Dorothy Benton, BA

Dorothy Benton, BA

Rater Training Developer

Dorothy is a Senior Training Developer responsible for designing and developing content for Rater Training courses. She has over 10 years of experience designing and developing eLearning content with a focus on usability, 508 compliance, and writing for the web. She has a foundation in Graphic and Web Design, and enjoys utilizing graphic principles and engagement techniques to enhance the presentation of the core content. Dorothy earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design with a minor in Digital Media from the University of Central Florida.

Anzalee Khan, PhD- Consultant

Anzalee Khan, PhD

Anzalee Khan, PhD

Consultant

Dr. Shalhoub is a Scientist with over a decade international healthcare and survey methods research experience. She also brings a rigorous approach in qualitative and quantitative research. Some of her previous work has been funded by the UK National Health Services (NHS), Funding for Overseas Research Awards Scheme (ORSAS) and many Fortune 500 Companies. Prior to joining ERT, she spearheaded consumer neuroscience research projects in the United States and worldwide while serving as a Chief Learning Officer at Innerscope Research. She has expertise and interest in cross-cultural issues, race relations and their intersection with quality of life and mental disorders. She completed her MA in Applied Sociology at the University of Massachusetts, Boston and her Ph.D. in Psychology Research from Brunel University, UK. Dr. Shalhoub also jointly serves as an Assistant Professor in the Sociology department at Bentley University and is an active member of the American Psychological Association.

Susan M. Dallabrida, PhD- Vice President of Clinical Science & Consulting

Susan M. Dallabrida, PhD

Susan M. Dallabrida, PhD

Vice President of Clinical Science and Consulting

Dr. Susan Dallabrida is the eCOA Vice President of Clinical Science and Consulting at ERT. She has over 22 years of experience leading clinical research, trial design and strategy, and product development. She is expert in instrument development and psychometric validation and conceptual equivalence/ content validity studies for eCOA/COA. She interacts with regulatory agencies such as the FDA to support development and use of PRO’s for labeling claims. She is expert in eCOA/COA design for clinical trials and optimizing data quality via incorporation of outcomes reliability training for site raters, subjects and caregivers, clinical data surveillance and clinical data validation. She conducts research to determine how to optimize eCOA/COA data quality and capture. Dr. Dallabrida presents educational webinars and lectures on effective eCOA design and use in clinical trials and is frequently asked to speak on why rater training matters in clinical trials. She has led cross-functional drug discovery and product development teams and collaborations in diverse areas including: oncology, cardiovascular disease, hemophilia, dermatology, obesity, and vascular disorders. She earned a B.A. in Chemistry and a B.S. in Biology, both cum laude, from Bloomsburg University; and a Ph.D. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from Pennsylvania State University. Dr. Dallabrida has significant regulatory experience in the US and internationally for biologics and small molecules. She has a broad background in scientific presentations and writing with 21 publications, 14 grants, 3 patents, 20 awards, 45 conference presentations, and 37 abstracts. In 2014, PharmaVOICE named Dr. Dallabrida as one of the 100 most inspiring professionals in the life sciences industry.

Sarah Tressel Gary, PhD - Senior Science Advisor

Sarah Tressel Gary, PhD

Sarah Tressel Gary, PhD

Senior Scientist and Clinical Outcomes Lead

Dr. Tressel Gary has over 3 years of experience in eCOA and the development and validation of PRO’s in support of labeling claims, and over 6 years of experience in clinical trial design and strategy. She has significant experience working with PRO development and validation studies, questionnaire design, working with developers of standardized instruments and developing site rater, subject and caregiver training. Sarah has substantial expertise in the C-SSRS, eC-SSRS, MINI and VABS. She is expert is developing rater training to align with eCOA implementations and workflow. She is experienced in cognitive debriefing and usability testing in a number of therapeutic areas. Her clinical research experience was focused on hematology, rare disease, oncology, migraine, diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Dr. Tressel Gary has co-authored 12 publications and received several honors and awards, including an AHA Postdoctoral Fellowship.

Millie Gerzon - Science Advisor & Global Language Lead for Rater Translations

Millie Gerzon

Millie Gerzon

Science Advisor & Global Language Lead for Rater Translations

Millie Gerzon has over 5 years of experience in ePRO diary localization and translation, and 2 years specializing in ePRO and the development and validation of PROs in support of labeling claims. As Science Advisor she consults regularly on effective eCOA/ePRO diary design and strategy. Ms. Gerzon is also experienced in qualitative research studies including cognitive debriefing and usability testing across multiple therapeutic areas. As Global Language Lead, she advises on localization best-practices for eCOA/ePRO development, and manages all aspects of translation and localization support throughout the lifecycle of numerous studies. In addition, she consults on the development of clinician, caregiver, and subject rater training, and oversees the development of localized training content to optimize research outcomes. Millie earned a BA in International Development Studies and Arabic from McGill University, and is fluid in French, Arabic, Spanish and Russian.

Laura Khurana - MPH Scientific Advisor

Laura Khurana, MPH

Laura Khurana, MPH

Scientific Advisor

Laura has over 7 years experience working in public health and clinical research, and is responsible for providing scientific guidance on trial design and strategy, outcomes services and data analysis. She earned her Master of Public Health degree in International Health from Boston University School of Public Health where she designed the curriculum for a new master’s level course focused on mHealth entitled “Using Mobile Technology to Improve Health Outcomes.”

Ellen M. Durand, PhD - Science Advisor

Ellen M. Durand, PhD

Ellen M. Durand, PhD

Scientific Advisor

As a Scientific Advisor at ERT, Dr. Durand provides scientific guidance on trial design and strategy, outcomes services and data analysis to Sales, Marketing, and Client Services functions. She joined ERT with over 9 years of research experience in translational medicine. Her clinical research experience was focused on hematology and hematological malignancies, stem cell biology, oncology, and vascular biology. Dr. Durand is experienced in scientific presentation and writing. She has co-authored 10 published manuscripts and dozens of conference abstracts. She earned her BA in Molecular and Cell Biology from Clark University and her PhD in Human Biology and Translational Medicine from Harvard Medical School.

Nadeeka Dias, PhD - Clinical Scientific Advisor

Nadeeka Dias, PhD

Nadeeka Dias, PhD

Clinical Scientific Advisor

Dr. Dias is a clinical neuroscientist with 6 years of in-depth experience in the design and management of human clinical research. She has extensive expertise in psychiatry and neuropharmacology, as well as proficiency in the administration and scoring of psychological/CNS assessments. Dr. Dias is highly skilled in working with psychiatric patients, particularly with depression, suicidal ideation and behavior, and addictive behaviors. She has been involved in nearly a dozen CNS clinical trials with medication interventions aimed at the treatment of addiction and psychiatric disorders. She is proficient in the administration and scoring of psychiatric/CNS assessments, MINI, SCID, RBANS, BDI, BIS, C-SSRS, et al. Dr. Dias completed her Ph.D. in Neuroscience at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston and her Postdoctoral Fellowship at Harvard Medical School.

Michael Sadler, PhD - Clinical Scientific Advisor

Michael Sadler, PhD - Clinical Scientific Advisor

Michael Sadler, PhD - Clinical Scientific Advisor

Clinical Scientific Advisor

Dr. Sadler is a clinical psychologist with more than 20 years of experience in the clinical environment. Michael is expert in neuropsychology with subspecialties in CNS, epidemiology, biostatistics and geriatric research. He has considerable experience in sponsored CNS pharmaceutical clinical trials as a sub-investigator and rater, including trials in major depressive disorder, treatment-resistant depression and schizophrenia. He has created educational materials and presentations to effectively communicate complex scientific information to a variety of audiences. He has achieved certification on industry gold standard measures in many sponsored pharmaceutical clinical trials across CNS indications: Major depressive disorder, treatment-resistant depression, pediatric depression, ADHD, Alzheimer’s disease and MCI, schizophrenia, and GAD. He has clinical trial experience in sponsored psychiatric studies across multiple indications; solid understanding of clinical trial process, clinical drug development, ICH, FDA and ISO regulations and guidelines. Michael has a PhD and MS in clinical psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

Rinah T. Yamamoto, PhD, Clinical Scientific Advisor

Rinah T. Yamamoto, PhD, Clinical Scientific Advisor

Rinah T. Yamamoto, PhD, Clinical Scientific Advisor

Clinical Scientific Advisor

Dr. Yamamoto is a research psychologist with more than 10 years of experience in the clinical environment. She has extensive training in clinical assessments, SCID MINI, HDRS, HARS, MADRS, and YMRS. She is proficient in statistical analysis of behavioral data. She has extensive experience administering, scoring, and training on clinical assessments for clinical trials and is an experienced site rater. Dr. Yamamoto holds a PhD in Experimental Psychology from Tufts University, and completed a post-doctoral fellowship in Behavioral Psychopharmacology at McLean Hospital – Harvard Medical School. She has been an instructor in the department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School for the past 7 years.

Valdo Arnera, MD - General Manager & Scientific Advisor Europe

Valdo Arnera, MD

Valdo Arnera, MD

General Manager & Scientific Advisor Europe

Dr. Arnera joined ERT in 2000, and founded the company’s European affiliate in January, 2001. During his more than 25 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry, he has held positions ranging from Clinical Research Physician to Vice President of Medical Affairs. Skilled in both science and management, Dr. Arnera currently serves as the General Manager of ERT European operations. He has also been several years a member of the Program Committee for the Annual DIA Meeting and the DIA Euro Meeting, and the co-chair of the 2011 Euro Meeting. Prior to joining ERT, Dr. Arnera founded the first European Central Clinical Laboratory dedicated to clinical trials, SciCor (now Covance Central Laboratory), and practiced medicine in various positions. Dr. Arnera received his French State Doctor’s Degree in Medicine from the University of Clermont-Ferrand I.

Steve Raymond, PhD - Chief Scientific & Quality Officer

Steve Raymond, PhD

Steve Raymond, PhD

Chief Scientific and Quality Officer

Dr. Raymond has held faculty appointments for neurophysiology and anesthesia at the Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s Hospital. He also served on the faculty of the Departments of Biology, Electrical and Computer Engineering and the Research Laboratory of Electronics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Dr. Raymond has a BS degree in physiology from Stanford University and a PhD degree in biology with a specialization in neurophysiology from MIT. Dr. Raymond has invented several devices and systems, and is the first listed inventor on patents for the personal health tracker as well as patents for protecting nerves during surgery. He serves ERT in a multitude of capacities, including chief visionary, product designer, leader of ERT’s innovation team, and liaison for academic medicine. He is responsible for providing ERT with the scientific, regulatory, quality and information management expertise needed to achieve its vision of transforming clinical research through innovative technology. Dr. Raymond actively contributes to clinical research conferences and scientific societies. With others at ERT he helped Dr. Becky Kush found the Clinical Data Interchange Standards Consortium (CDISC). His current research interest concerns measures that track wellbeing, clinical benefit and cognitive performance.

Brian Tiplady, PhD - Senior Scientist

Brian Tiplady, Ph.D.

Brian Tiplady, Ph.D.

Senior Scientist

Dr. Tiplady has a PhD in Neurochemistry with expertise in psychology. He has over 28 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry. He has been involved with all stages of the clinical trial process, from being an investigator in human pharmacology studies, through monitoring, project management, data handling and IT, statistical analysis, and reporting. He is expert in central nervous system, depression, and senile dementia. He has substantial expertise in CNS clinical pharmacology including sedative drug effects on performance and issues in the elderly. He is expert in psychometrics and measurement properties of patient-reported diaries and questionnaires. In neuroscience, he conducted research in human behavioral pharmacology and actions of alcohol on error processing and inhibition. In cognition, he developed portable and internet based cognitive test systems for use in a wide variety of settings, including driver impairment and monitoring performance in a natural, everyday setting. He has over 60 publications plus many abstracts, including editing the first full-length book devoted to ePRO, ““ePRO: Electronic Solutions for Patient-Reported Data”. Dr. Tiplady received his PhD in Neurochemistry from Imperial College, London.

June Tuller, BA - Senior Rater Training Developer

June Tuller, BA

June Tuller, BA

Senior Rater Training Developer

June is a Senior Training Developer, responsible for designing and developing ERT education courses, eLearning modules, and Rater training courses. She has over 18 years of experience in instructional design and course development, with a focus on using technology to present engaging content and instruction. Prior roles include Training Development Consultant, Instructional Designer/Developer and Training Manager at national and global services firms. June earned her Bachelor of General Studies, with minors in Sociology and Political Science from Indiana University and is currently completing her Master of Science in Instructional Design and Technology at Southern New Hampshire University.

Dorothy Benton, BA - Rater Training Developer

Dorothy Benton, BA

Dorothy Benton, BA

Rater Training Developer

Dorothy is a Senior Training Developer responsible for designing and developing content for Rater Training courses. She has over 10 years of experience designing and developing eLearning content with a focus on usability, 508 compliance, and writing for the web. She has a foundation in Graphic and Web Design, and enjoys utilizing graphic principles and engagement techniques to enhance the presentation of the core content. Dorothy earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design with a minor in Digital Media from the University of Central Florida.

Anzalee Khan, PhD - Consultant

Anzalee Khan, PhD

Anzalee Khan, PhD

Consultant

Dr. Shalhoub is a Scientist with over a decade international healthcare and survey methods research experience. She also brings a rigorous approach in qualitative and quantitative research. Some of her previous work has been funded by the UK National Health Services (NHS), Funding for Overseas Research Awards Scheme (ORSAS) and many Fortune 500 Companies. Prior to joining ERT, she spearheaded consumer neuroscience research projects in the United States and worldwide while serving as a Chief Learning Officer at Innerscope Research. She has expertise and interest in cross-cultural issues, race relations and their intersection with quality of life and mental disorders. She completed her MA in Applied Sociology at the University of Massachusetts, Boston and her Ph.D. in Psychology Research from Brunel University, UK. Dr. Shalhoub also jointly serves as an Assistant Professor in the Sociology department at Bentley University and is an active member of the American Psychological Association.