Ancillary Supplies
 for Clinical Trials

A Project Management Approach

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Logic and common sense will only get you so far. Learn how project management essentials can keep your ancillary supplies costs and timelines under control.

About the Authors

Hope is a respected operational executive with nearly 10 years of clinical research experience. She leads a team of cross functional project managers as well as manufacturing and support personnel to provide production, procurement, assembly, and logistics services for client study materials in support of global clinical trials.  In addition, Hope directs Imperial’s client interaction, workload management and work process improvements, and ensures continued revenue growth through exceptional customer service and relationship development efforts.

Hope Cullen

Dusten Rake

Dusten is a motivating and enthusiastic leader with over a decade of experience in clinical equipment technology and supplies to go along with his degree in biomedical engineering.  He leads Imperial's rapidly growing ancillary supplies division and consults with clients on the selection, sourcing, and disposition of their equipment, consumables, and various other ancillary category needs.  

Dan Polkowski

Dan has been in global trade for more than 20 years.  He currently assists Imperial's clients with technical knowledge and training regarding a wide range of global trade topics including transportation and logistics, customs clearance, export documentations, valuation compliance, country of origin, and more. Dan oversees more than 50K shipments into 100+ countries annually.

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