Lee Ruth-Robinson, Director of Clinical Research: As the Director of Clinical Research for the Georgia Institute for Clinical Research, Lee-Ruth Robinson manages the day-to-day operations of the Institute and functions as a Clinical Research Coordinator. Prior to joining the Georgia Institute for Clinical Research in 2013, Ms. Robinson served as a research coordinator for the Lynn Institute of the Rockies, Colorado Springs, CO, Colorado Gynecology and Continence Center of Denver, CO and Radiant Research, Honolulu, HI. She has conducted Phase I-IV clinical trials, specializing in osteoarthritis, chronic and neuropathic pain, diabetes, antibiotics, hormone replacement therapy, interstitial cystitis and restless leg syndrome trials. Ms. Robinson is a graduate of Framingham State University, Framingham, MA. She has served as a research assistant at Genzyme Genetics, Framingham, MA and Massachusetts General Hospital, Pediatric Cardiology Research, Charlestown, MA, where she specialized in database development and tissue culture.
Katyria Thornton, Clinical Research Coordinator
Kat is a graduate of The Fort Valley State University (2013) with a bachelors degree in Biology. After working for Quintiles for 2 years, she joined Georgia Institute for Clinical Research, LLC in 2015. In her spare time Kat likes to travel, spend time with family and friends and enjoys baking, specifically cupcakes.
Miranda Pope, Medical Assistant
Miranda Pope joined Non-Surgical Orthopaedics, P.C. in July 2012. Her degrees include an Associates Degree in English from Georgia Highlands University and a certification in Medical Assisting from CNU Medical Institute. Her hobbies include reading, singing, traveling, watching movies and spending time with her family and friends.
Ronson Washington, Clinical Research Coordinator
Ronson Washington joined Non-Surgical Orthopedics P.C.in June, 2016. He is originally from Fairfield, Alabama and graduated in 2016 with a Masters degree in Clinical Research at Morehouse School of Medicine. He is a former Phlebotomy Supervisor and a Lab Technician and received a music scholarship in 2007 for his undergraduate education at Alabama A&M University. Ronson enjoys basketball, music, reading, and playing the trombone in his spare time.