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Angelique Brooks

Angelique Brooks

Research Data & Quality Analyst

Angelique Brooks

Angelique Brooks

Research Data & Quality Analyst

When she’s not poring over data for Georgia NCORP, Angelique might be found poring over a science fiction novel. As Georgia CORE’s Research Data & Quality Analyst, she is responsible and accountable for accurately capturing, organizing, analyzing and reporting clinical research data, as well as financial and grant performance metrics. She’s well equipped for this role, coming to Georgia CORE after serving more than three years at Emory University as a Clinical Research Coordinator where she not only managed data, but also coordinated hematology oncology clinical trials. 

Prior to Emory, Angelique was a Regional Clinical Research Associate at ICON Clinical Research where she conducted pre-site selection, site initiation, interim monitoring, and close out site visits according to the Clinical Monitoring Plan to ensure that investigational sites follow GCP guidelines and federal regulations. She has a Bachelor of Science in Biology
From Xavier University of Louisiana.

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About Us

Georgia CORE announces the first annual Phillip H. Street Cancer Community Service Award and the 2023 Matt Mumber M.D. Award for Excellence in Cancer

After a months-long nomination and selection process, Georgia CORE is pleased to announce Tiah Tomlin-Harris the winner of the first award given in honor of the late Phillip Street. Together with CPNG, Georgia CORE also has awarded the 2023 Matt Mumber M.D. Award for Excellence in Cancer Patient Navigation to Emily Beard of Northside Hospital


Looking Across Disciplines to Share the Breadth of Innovation in Cancer Care

On July 25, 2023, The American Journal of Managed Care® brought its Institute for Value-Based Medicine (IVBM) series to Atlanta, Georgia, where nnovation was on the agenda.


DNA sequencing can lead to longer, better lives for cancer patients. But why do so few get it?

Guidelines now call for everyone diagnosed with advanced lung and colon cancer to get their tumor genetically sequenced, and increasingly, patients with earlier stage disease, as well.


Georgia CORE releases report from Disparities in Cancer Clinical Trials Summit

On Sept. 30, Georgia's cancer experts shared advice and experiences with oncology providers, patient navigators and research managers - all to provide new ways to diversify participation in clinical trials. In February 2023, Georgia CORE issued a report with a recap and actions steps. Download the report >>


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Advancing Cancer Care through Partnerships and Innovation

Georgia CORE is a statewide nonprofit that leverages partnerships and innovation to attract more clinical trials, increase research, and promote education and early detection to improve cancer care for Georgians in rural, urban, and suburban communities across the state.