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Deena Bernstein

Deena Bernstein

SVP of Network
Circuit Clinical
Fort Lauderdale Florida
Timezone: America/New_York


Deena Bernstein is a clinical research industry leader with over twenty years of clinical
research site operations and development expertise.
Deena joined Circuit Clinical® in August 2019 as their Senior Strategic Advisor/VP
Executive. She introduced and rolled out TrialScout™, (Yelp for Clinical Trials) to site
clients and led the Circuit’s first growth and site expansion initiatives.
 
Her first array in clinical research was at Sheridan Clinical Research where she created
and developed their first research program from its inception which supported an
organization of over 6500 physicians Nationwide which deployed clinical research. She
also, started their investigator initiated research program, Sheridan Scientific Intelligence. 


Deena served as VP, Site Services at Qcare, (IQVIA) where she developed and
operated its first SMO from the ground floor. She on-boarded Qcare’s first eight sites
and built the infrastructure of the business unit. 


Affiliations:
Society for Clinical Research Sites (SCRS) Leadership Council-Board Member, (2012-
Present)
Site Advisory Group (SAG), Member, For SCRS & TransCelerate initiative –
Shared Investigator Platform (SIP)
Global Summit Planning Committee
Co- Leader, Digital Innovation Committee
Co-Leader, CLEAR Initiative
SE Florida Chapter of ACRP, Founding Member, VP of Southeast Florida
Chapter (2008-Present)
Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP): Member since 2001
Drug Information Association (DIA), (Member 2000-2016)
WIN (Women Inspired Networks) Lead South Florida’s IQVIA Chapter of, (2016-
2018)
HBA Member (2017-2019)

Webcasts 
Date & Time (EDT) Title Role
Tuesday, January 26, 2021
11:30am - 1:30pm
The Evolution of Patient Engagement and Service Presenter
Sites 
Name Role
TrialJourney
TrialJourney Administrator

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