Park University: Social Psychology, B.S.


Nichole Roderique currently serves as an Associate Clinical Project Manager at Proxima Clinical Research, a contract research organization that serves the emerging drug and medical device industries. 

She has over 12 years of clinical research experience working as a Clinical Data Coordinator, Clinical Research Associate, and Clinical Research Specialist.

Prior to joining the Proxima team, Nichole was a Clinical Research Specialist at Spectrum Health Systems. During her time at Spectrum Health, Nichole was responsible for overseeing and managing the Neurosciences study portfolio. Before her time at Spectrum Health, Nichole worked at Quintiles as a Clinical Data Coordinator supporting multiple different service lines such as oncology, musculoskeletal disease, and renal disorders. Additionally, she held the role as Clinical Research Associate at the Kansas City Community Clinical Oncology Program, where she worked on various oncology studies including, breast, myeloma, liver, brain, prostate, and lung to name a few.  

Nichole graduated from Park University in Kansas City, MO with a Bachelor of Science in Social Psychology. Nichole also has a professional certificate, ACRP-CP, from the Association of Clinical Research Professionals.

Positions and Honors:

Proxima Clinical Research, Inc., Houston, Texas
Associate Clinical Project Manager

Spectrum Health Systems, Grand Rapids, Michigan
Clinical Research Specialist

Quintiles, Inc Overland Park, Kansas  
Clinical Data Coordinator

HCA Midwest – KCCOP, Kansas City, Missouri
Clinical Research Associate

Quintiles, Inc Overland Park, Kansas
Clinical Data Coordinator

Contributions to Science:

Ms. Roderique has played an important role in the development of the following medical products:

  • Emerging new drugs for the treatment of ALS
  • CCP for COVID-19 treatment
  • Monoclonal Antibody treatment for COVID-19
  • Biomarker testing microbiome in Parkinson’s Disease
  • Music Therapy for TBI
  • Psychological effects of SCS in patients with chronic pain
  • Allograph for cervical lumbar fusion
  • Post-market surveillance for SCS
  • Oncology drug studies including liver, lung, breast, cervical, uterine, brain, myeloma, lymphoma, prostate, colon, pancreatic
  • Human nerve allograph for severed nerve repair
  • Phase II drug study for Parkinson’s Disease
  • Pulsed Radiofrequency vs. ESI for CBP
  • Comparative studies for osteoporosis
  • HPV treatment
Additional Information:
OriginallY From:
Joplin, Missouri
Fun Fact:
Nichole used to bring home stray dogs when she was 8 and 9 and hide them to take care of them.
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