Clinical Research Coordinator
Center for Data Driven Discovery in Biomedicine
Kaitlin Lehmann is a Clinical Research Coordinator within the Clinical Research Unit responsible for working on the Sinonasal Cancer Study to evaluate oncologic outcomes and quality of life within the CBTTC. She is also responsible for managing meetings of the CBTTC Leadership Team.
Prior to joining CHOP in May of 2019, Kaitlin worked as a Clinical Research Coordinator at the Rothman Institute, focusing on Investigator-initiated and funded clinical trials in the Joint Division. She primarily focused on investigational devices for total knee and hip arthroplasty. Kaitlin also worked at BioClinica as an Assistant Project Manager for oncology research to coordinate with sites and internal teams and deliver outcome data to sponsors.
Kaitlin earned a BA in Psychology with minors in German and Education from Wagner College and an MA in Psychology from American University. She is committed to being part of research to create systemic change in healthcare.