Tennessee Comprehensive Lung and Sleep Center offers a gateway to the frontiers of research and development in the field of pulmonary medicine. Pharmaceutical companies ask our physicians to serve as primary investigators for their studies in the development of treatments for diseases like asthma and COPD. Within the framework of our center, we have a research team that allows us to screen patients for immediate consideration in new and innovative therapeutic studies. If you are interested in participating in one of our research studies, please contact our clinical research department.
Wanda Smith, Clinical Research Coordinator
Clinical Research Professional with 17 years of experience responsible for running the day to day aspects of clinical trials. Primary concern is caring for the patients, protecting them , and delivering excellence to our Pharma partners.
Research responsibilities include:
- Facilitating complex clinical trials, monitoring data, meeting data endpoints, creating tools for sufficient delivery.
- Recruiting subjects, consenting potential subjects, explaining the trials simply and answering questions. Checking in on the subjects to monitor compliance.
- Responsible for building, managing and developing Sponsor relationships at strategic levels.
- Adherence to the set guidelines of the International Conference on Harmonization to ensure the clinical trial is carried on using Good Clinical Practice and according to the laws on how clinical trials are to be conducted.
Mrs. Smith is married. She enjoys spending time with her family, exploring the great outdoors and reading. She believes everyone should be treated with kindness and compassion.
Currently Enrolling Clinical Trials at TCLS:
Oncocyte (Pulmonary Nodules)
A study to compare the efficacy and safety of drug to Spiriva in patients with persistent asthma.
Observational study of the characteristics, treatment patterns and health outcomes of individuals with severe asthma in the United States.
Evaluation of HFCWO using the Vest System for Treatment of Non-Cystic Fibrosis Bronchiectasis in the home setting.