Angela Fuller is a Clinical Research Manager at the Stanford Center for Clinical Research and works within the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, which includes over 80 research studies and 8 clinical research staff. With an educational background in medical anthropology and an interest in health disparities in clinical trials, Angela is passionate about her work in clinical research with the goal of helping patients navigate the complexities of clinical trials and reducing barriers to participation and access. Angela brings 15 years of experience coordinating a wide variety of clinical research studies, including: pediatric orthopedics, spinal cord injury, and burn studies; multiple sclerosis, stroke, Alzheimer’s Disease, and Parkinson’s Disease drug and device trials; a tobacco cessation intervention study for veterans in residential substance abuse treatment programs; and most recently clinical trials in liver disease such as NASH, PBC, PSC, hemochromatosis, autoimmune hepatitis, and Hepatitis B, C, and D.
Angela received a bachelor’s degree in cultural anthropology from Santa Clara University and a master’s degree in medical anthropology from San Jose State University. She is a Certified Clinical Research Coordinator and a member of the Association for Clinical Research Professionals.
Current Role at Stanford
Clinical Research Manager in Stanford Center for Clinical Research / Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology