Anita Brannon Staff Sonographer

I have been working in the field of diagnostic ultrasound as RDMS sonographer since 1992. I have an extensive back ground in women’s health as OB GYN ultrasound in the clinical and educational setting. I continue to be part of a team teaching physicians how to use diagnostic ultrasound in the clinical setting in Nephrology at Emory University Medical School. I have been a staff sonographer with Mt. Vernon Clinical Trials in Atlanta now for almost 3 years. It is extremely rewarding to be part of and assist in clinical trials, research. I look forward to all of the ways in which ultrasound can be a great tool in aiding research.

Olaide Durodola Clinical Research Coordinator

Clinical Research Coordinator with 6 years of experience. Joined Mount Vernon Clinical Research in Feb of 2018. Lead many Clinical trials in multiple therapeutic areas and is certified in IATA, CPR, and CITI.

Guadalupe Izaquirre Research Assistant

Lupe joined the Mount Vernon team in 2018 as a Research Assistant after working for a pediatric office as a Medical Assistant. She obtained her Bachelors in the Science of Biology in 2013 from Kennesaw State University and is a Certified Medical Assistant, Phlebotomist, and Medical Interpreter (Spanish). Lupe has over 6 years of medical experience and has BLS-CPR, IATA, and CITI training.

Katyria Thornton Senior Clinical Research Coordinator II

Katyria Thornton joined Mount Vernon Clinical Research as a Senior Clinical Research Coordinator II in November 2018 with over 6 years of prior experience. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Biology and a Master’s Degree in Public Health. She got her start in the field by working for a CRO company by the name of Quintiles as a Project Coordinator. Afterwards she became a Clinical Research Coordinator for a Non-Surgical Orthopaedics practice. Katyria is CPR certified and has completed trainings in HIPAA, GCP, IATA, CITI, OSHA, and multiple condition-specific rating scales and assessments. Her research experience includes multiple indications in Phase I-IV trials such as Osteoarthritis, Stem Cell, Chronic Pain, Fibromyalgia, Constipation, Women’s Health and much more.

Elvira Zamora Clinical Research Coordinator

Elvira joined MTVCR in 2015 as a Research Assistant. She is a Registered Medical Assistant and has 14 years of medical experience in Family Practice and Women’s Health. In April of 2019, Elvira was promoted to Junior Clinical Research Coordinator. Her research experience includes, fibroids, oab and yeast infection studies. She is CPR certified and currently carries certifications for CITI and IATA.