Ms. Gonzales is a Clinical Research Coordinator. She has ten years of experience working on clinical research studies, primarily in the areas of medication adherence and chronic disease management at Duke and the Durham VA Medical Center. She has experience conducting patient and staff qualitative interviews and focus groups in the infectious disease population, including those with HIV and bloodstream related infections.
Her recent work includes management of day to day operations for a VA-sponsored digital medicine clinical trial that evaluates adherence and patient-provider engagement in patients with severe mental illness and a Duke Learning Health Unit project that will evaluate the implementation of an evidence-based clinical program for improvement of care integration for children with special healthcare and complex medical needs.
Ms. Gonzales received her bachelor’s degree in Sociology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.