Anastasia joined OCT as a medical writer in March, 2013. She is responsible for development and review of clinical study designs, writing medical documents (clinical study protocols, investigator’s brochures, patient information sheets and informed consent forms, clinical study reports) covering all phases of clinical research and observational programs. She is also involved in writing scientific articles for medical journals, providing trainings for OCT staff, etc.
As a medical writer, Anastasia has an extensive knowledge of bioequivalence studies and studies in a variety of therapeutic fields including oncology, endocrinology, cardiovascular diseases, neurology, infectious diseases, and pulmonology. Her recent professional interests include medical writing for clinical trials in phthisiology/pulmonology. Anastasia’s experience in this area is undoubtedly her strong point.
Anastasia is an active member of American Medical Writers Association and European Medical Writers Association. She is always striving to improve her professional skills by regularly participating in conferences for medical writers, webinars, and other international and Russian educational trainings.
She graduated from the Pavlov First Saint Petersburg State Medical University in 2007 and subsequently completed a two-year residency in oncology and residency in endocrinology. Prior to her joining OCT Anastasia worked as a medical scientific liaison in an international biopharmaceutical company.