CRI Lifetree appoints Craig-Rodriguez and Marcos to leadership team

Friday, September 28, 2012 02:59 PM

CRI Lifetree, a multi-therapeutic early stage research company, has strengthened its early phase leadership with the appointments of Alicia Craig-Rodriguez as chief operating officer and Jose Marcos as East Coast director of clinical operations. 

Craig-Rodriguez has more than 25 years of leadership experience, including 15 years of overseeing the operational, regulatory and quality compliance of more than 1,000 clinical trials. She has led teams in the creation of comprehensive and industry-compliant SOPs, quality management programs and employee training. Prior to joining CRI Lifetree, Craig-Rodriguez served as president of Comprehensive Clinical Development.

Marcos will add 18 years of experience in hands-on phase I expertise to CRI Lifetree’s leadership team. Prior to joining CRI Lifetree, Marcos served as vice president of phase I clinical operations at Comprehensive Clinical Development. During his tenure there, Marcos advanced the operating infrastructure from a single, 36-bed unit to include three state-of-the-art facilities with a bed capacity exceeding 400 beds.

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