Leadership

Steve Cincotta Bio

Stephen Cincotta

President & CEO

A respected industry leader with more than 25 years of clinical operations experience, Stephen is the founder of CRMG, and currently oversees the company's business operations and consulting network. Prior to founding the company, Stephen was the head of clinical operations at Ergo Science, a biopharmaceutical company committed to the discovery, development and commercialization of novel drugs for treating metabolic and immune system disorders. It is at Ergo where Stephen developed his passion and expertise in designing and executing metabolic disease trials. To date, he has been involved with more than 20 successful studies in this therapeutic area, including several global Phase III pivotal studies that have lead to FDA approval of a novel treatment for Type II diabetes.

If you would like to learn more about CRMG’s expertise in metabolic disease, or speak to Stephen about designing your next study in this area, please fill out the below contact form.

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Gina Baldyga

Vice President, Operations

Gina joined the team at CRMG in 2007 and handles operational oversight of clinical trials from Phases I – IV. Gina graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Notre Dame in 2000 with a degree in Business Administration, with a particular focus on ethics providing a firm foundation for Good Clinical Practice adherence. In her time at CRMG Gina has had the opportunity to work in many therapeutic areas including stem cell research, oncology, HIV, and rheumatology. Her communication skills, detailed study oversight, and full dedication as a CRMG and project team member keep projects running smoothly, on time, on budget, and with the highest quality results. 

If you would like to learn more about how we operate at CRMG, please fill out the below contact form.

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JESSICA MOSKEY

DIRECTOR OF CLINICAL OPERATIONS 

Jessica became a member of the CRMG team in 2005, immediately after receiving her dual degree in Communications and Business from Western New England University. During her early years, Jessica established a firm foundation in the regulatory requirements for clinical research. In 2006, she began a nearly 10-year stint as a Clinical Research Associate, establishing herself as an accomplished and proficient clinical monitor in the field. Over those years she worked in therapeutic areas including Endocrinology, Gastroenterology, Oncology, and Immunology. Jessica uses her extensive field experience to effectively manage teams of field CRAs in best practice clinical monitoring, frequently acting as Project Manager or Lead CRA. Her attention to detail, communication style, and leadership skills result in well-managed trials that exceed Sponsor expectations.

If you would like to learn more about CRMG's field monitoring team, please complete the contact form below.

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Gerald McPherson - ASN, BA, CCRA

Director of PROJECT MANAGEMENT

As one of the original members of CRMG, Gerald brings his more than 20 years of clinical experience to bear in leading the organization's project management department. Over the past 12 years, Gerald and the CRMG project management team have lead numerous studies from Phase I – IV across a variety of therapeutic areas. His leadership has helped establish CRMG’s best practices in communication and proactive planning, which form the core values of our organization's project management philosophy. His communication style and transparency are highly valued by CRMG's partners, and his experience and dedication are the drivers that promote excellence and accountability in the project management team.

If you would like to speak to Gerald about his recent successes with a large gastroenterology study, or about CRMG's philosophy on project management, please fill out the below contact form.

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Diane Bedor - BSE, CCRA

Director of Monitoring Services

With 19 years experience in clinical monitoring, Diane leverages her expertise in leading CRMG’s clinical monitoring team. Her insights have helped establish CRMG’s best practices in providing consistent and thorough interactions with clinical investigators. By establishing solid relationships with investigative sites, CRMG’s monitors are able to drive top level performance to meet the most challenging enrollment needs. It is this approach that helped Diane and the CRMG clinical operations team rescue enrollment challenges for a sponsor in one of CRMG’s largest studies to date, a global Phase III diabetes study involving 3,400 patients.

If you would like to learn more about CRMG’s diabetes case study, or speak to Diane about CRMG’s best practices for clinical monitoring, please fill out the below contact form.

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Nicole Bossig Hammerle

Clinical Operations Manager

A member of the CRMG team since 2003, Nicole handles operational oversight of clinical trials from Phases I – IV. Nicole graduated from Westfield State University with a degree in Psychology. Throughout her time at CRMG, Nicole has gained experience with many therapeutic areas including gastroenterology, nephrology, endocrinology, and vaccine studies. Her robust experience, attention to detail and organizational skills streamline the process of study start-up and trial master file management.

If you would like to learn more about the clinical operations at CRMG, please fill out the below contact form.

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