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Leadership

SCTR Institute

The IDEA Leadership provides strategic advice and support, promoting and advocating the importance of training, and fostering communication with departmental research administrators, faculty and University administration.

Advisory Board Members

  • Joey Addison, College of Pharmacy
  • Mary Evelyn Armstrong, College of Medicine
  • Joseph Bennett, Department of Neurosciences
  • Cathy Carroll, Grants and Contracts Accounting
  • Issac Chery, Office of Clinical Research
  • Signe Denmark, Office of Clinical Research
  • James Fant, College of Medicine
  • Michelle Forster, College of Medicine
  • Beth Hansell, Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine
  • Mac Houck, College of Nursing
  • Wanda Hutto, Office of Research Development
  • Sarah Jackson, Department of Veteran's Affairs
  • Kate Lenert, Office of Clinical Research
  • R. Darren McCants, Office of Research and Sponsored Programs
  • Debra Siler, College of Health Professions
  • Stephen Skelton, South Carolina Clinical & Translational Research Institute

Application Review Subcommittee Members

  • James Fant, Department of Microbiology & Immunology
  • Debra Siler, College of Health Professions