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Lynne R. Hamm

Senior Researcher-Clinical Studies Specialist

Lynne Hamm has extensive experience in the pharmaceutical industry designing, implementing, and managing Phase 2-4 clinical studies. Ms. Hamm has developed specifications for interactive voice response systems (IVRS) to facilitate the electronic capture of subject diary data and has experience using IVRS in large international studies. Ms. Hamm has been involved with multiple clinical studies in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Europe. She has experience with national call centers and script development to assist in subject referral to study sites in response to nationwide study recruitment advertising. While working in the pharmaceutical industry, Ms. Hamm has been involved in protocol design, study report writing, preparations for FDA Advisory Committees, and NDA submissions.

Education

BSN, Family Nurse Practitioner, Purdue University-Calumet; AAS, Purdue University-North Central.

Latest Publications

Does timing of colon procedures affect outcomes in D-IBS trials? — Gastroenterology Research
Wang, J., Sherrill, B., Hamm, L.A., & Mangel, A.W. (Dec 2010)
Development and psychometric evaluation of the Bipolar Functional Status Questionnaire (BFSQ) — Bipolar Disorders
Goldberg, J.F., Mcleod, L.D., Fehnel, S.E., Williams, V.S.L., Hamm, L.R., & Gilchrist, K. (Feb 2010)
Clinical trial: asimadoline in the treatment of patients with irritable bowel syndrome — Alimentary Pharmacology and Therapeutics
Mangel, A.W., Bornstein, J.D., Hamm, L.R., Buda, J., Wang, J., Irish, W., et al. (Jul 2008)
Development and Evaluation of a New Patient-Reported Instrument: the Bipolar Functional Status Questionnaire
Goldberg, J.F., Mcleod, L.D., Fehnel, S.E., Hamm, L.R., & Gilchrist, K. (Apr 2008)
Prevalence and demographics of irritable bowel syndrome: results from a large web-based survey — Alimentary Pharmacology and Therapeutics
Andrews, E.B., Eaton, S.C., Hollis, K.A., Hopkins, J.S., Ameen, V.Z., Hamm, L.R., Mangel, A.W., Tennis, P., et al. (Nov 2005)
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