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Sarah Fowler-Dixon
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  • Instructor and Education Specialist
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Email: sbdixon@hotmail.com

Voice: 314-503-5169




Clinical research management

Human subjects research

Federal regulations

Federal policy and guidelines

State statues


Independent Consultant (1994 - present)

Trained and certified reading, learning and adult learning specialist providing educational consulting: learning

assistance to medical students and professionals, correlating educational materials, advising on the use of proper

materials and integrated learning systems, analyzing, editing, and matching materials to grade level,

managing/expanding non-traditional educational programs, educating high-risk individuals, and improving

literacy in children and adults. Create original text to supplement book series and learning systems. Present

webinars on various aspects of human research protections.

Washington University School of Medicine St. Louis, MO

Education Specialist and IRB Professional (5/01 - present)

Develop, implement, manage, and execute an education program that allows University staff, students, committee

members and investigators to keep abreast of changing regulations and facilitates the acceptance and management

of human subjects protocols. Instruct individuals in various aspects of human subjects research including ethics,

regulation, Good Clinical Practices, and Institutional review board processes such as submission, review, and

processing. Interact with local and national agencies. Provide education as part of University compliance issues.

Developed and serve as point person for the Community Engaged Research Program. Certified IRB professional.

Washington University’s University College St. Louis, MO

Instructor (8/08 – present)

Teach Research Ethics and Regulatory Affairs and Fundamentals of Clinical Research Management (graduate

course) as part of the Clinical Research Management (CRM) program. Instrumental in developing the curriculum

for the CRM and CRM honors program. Courses consistent rated high by student evaluations.

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Job Title
Instructor and Education Specialist
Washington University
Areas of Expertise/Research Interests (List All Please)
Clinical research management
Human subjects research
Federal regulations
Federal policy and guidelines
State statues

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HRPO Digital Commons

HRPO Digital Commons Open Access Library. A project I spearheaded which contains much of my work. in human research protections. You will find presentations, conference materials, podcasts and publications at…


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