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Shantoria Brown

Shantoria Brown, MHA, CCRP

Assistant Director of Research and Compliance

Shantoria Brown, MHA, CCRP

Shantoria Brown

Assistant Director of Research and Compliance

Bringing more than four years of experience in clinical research at Emory University, “Tori” ensures compliant and ethical research is conducted within Georgia CORE’s programs as well as the Georgia NCORP (NCI Community Oncology Research Program) network. She verifies that program metrics, procedures and processes meet national and international standards. When she’s not at work, Tori and her husband like to travel, visiting beaches especially, and have a goal to experience all of the world’s most beautiful beaches. 

Prior to her work in clinical research, Tori served as a patient care coordinator at Emory, providing oversight, critical thinking, and accountability for the daily execution of Bone Marrow Transplant operations. She was also an assistant surveillance officer for the Georgia Emerging Infections Program where she identified and analyzed public health data to develop relevant programs and policies.

Tori has a Master of Science degree in Healthcare Administration from Central Michigan University in Atlanta and a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Brenau University. She is member of SOCRA (Society of Clinical Research Associates) and a Certified Clinical Research Professional.

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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.