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Kathryn E. Hall, MS, RNCS, ANP-BC.
Nursing Director
Fax: 617-726-7563

Kathy Hall is the Nursing Director for the Clinical Research Center at MGH and Adjunct Faculty Member at Boston College Connell School of Nursing. She is an ANCC Board Certified Adult Nurse Practitioner. Her clinical speciality areas include Internal Medicine and Neurology. She has over 20 years of experience as a nurse practitioner, nurse administrator, and nurse educator.
Kathy oversees the operations management of Nursing and Support Staff on the MGH CRC units on White 13 and Charlestown Navy Yard/Bioimaging Core as it relates to research participant safety, overall experience, and efficient protocol implementation. She is available for consultation regarding the use of CRC resources, study design, and nursing resource allocation. Please feel free to contact her with any questions you may have.
Ellen J. Anderson , R.D., M.S.
Bionutrition/MCP Director
Fax: 617-726-4981
As the Bionutrition/MPC Director, Ellen is responsible for the nutrition components of research studies. As an experienced nutrition researcher, she can be consulted for study design and control of nutrition variables that may influence study outcome. This may include provision of a standard meal, design of a specialized nutrient meal, completion of energy assessments, or determination of nutrient intake from food records. In addition, bionutrition staff reviews protocols for bionutrition integrity.
Edwin Andrews , M.P.A.
Administrative Director
Fax: 617-724-3299
Ed Andrews is the Administrative Director for the MGH CRC. He is an experienced administrative professional who manages the overall CRC grant and the BIC portion of the grant. As the Administrative Manager, he manages the allocation of CRC ancillary funds to support research studies throughout MGH and discusses other study-related financial issues with the study team.
Marry E. Sullivan, NP.
Fax: 617-726-3101

The Nurse Practitioner performs a full range of services that include: simple and complex health history and physical assessments of adult volunteers, direct patient care, data acquisition, writing orders and prescribing pharmacologic and non pharmacologic interventions. Positive outcomes will be facilitated by the Nurse Practitioner by protocol specific consultations, protocol development, learning and administering specialized procedures. For studies that require an overnight stay supported by the Main Campus CRC the NP can interface with the staff on White 13 to oversee studies that bridge both MGH Inpatient and Outpatient Units and the BIC at CNY .