Theresa Sari is one of our Clinical Research Coordinators at Western States Cancer Research NCORP.
When did you start working at WSCR-NCORP?
What is your favorite part of working at WSCR-NCORP?
My favorite part of working at WSCR-NCORP is being part of a second family. I love being part of a team that encourages growth, authenticity, and kindness.
What are you most proud of in your career so far?
I am most proud of myself for building relationships with the patients I have. I’ve always believed in placing the patient first, so making sure the patients are happy and satisfied is huge to me.
What’s one thing people don’t know about you that they would be surprised to find out?
I love animals but I am terrified of frogs.
How did you get started in the field of research?
I’ve always been fascinated by research and its role in medicine, I took many research courses in college.
What’s one thing that surprised you about your current role?
I’ve always known that you never stop learning, but it does truly surprise me how much knowledge I’ve gained from being in this role. Oncology is a very extensive field that is always transforming, so being on the front line of learning about about new treatment drugs, clinical studies, as well as biological mechanisms is always interesting!
What’s one thing on your bucket list?
One thing on my bucket list is to go to Tomorrowland in Belgium!