Clinical Trials

The Lynn Health Science Institute has long been considered an innovative leader in the area of clinical trials and comprehensive medical research studies. In operation since 1997, the Lynn Institute has facilities in Oklahoma City and Norman, Oklahoma, Colorado Springs and Denver, Colorado and a fifth location in Little Rock, Arkansas and two new locations in Stillwater, Oklahoma and Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Lauren Schwab is the Director of Clinical Trials for the Lynn Institute of Tulsa and holds a master’s degree from the University of Oklahoma. Schwab joined Lynn Health Science Institute in 2011, starting as a Research Assistant/Administrative Assistant, then Research Specialist in 2014, Director of Patient Recruitment & Executive Services in 2015, and Certified Clinical Research Coordinator in 2018.

The many different roles she has served in have helped her gain knowledge in all aspects of the Lynn Institute and clinical trials. As the Director, she provides leadership and oversight to support the Lynn Institute of Tulsa, responsible for staff and Principal Investigator training, study enrollment, ensuring compliance with research processes and industry guidelines, and daily operational management at the site.

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