Dr. Chris Fourment is the President/ CEO of CRSG. A passion for advancing science and medicine is why Dr. Fourment started CRSG in 2019. He received his Bachelor of Business Administration from Angelo State University and earned his medical degree in 2007 from St. Matthew's University, School of Medicine. He has dedicated most of his career to the study of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (Crohn's & Ulcerative Colitis). Dr. Fourment is a member of the American College of Gastroenterology (ACG) and the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases (AASLD), and sat on the Crohn’s Colitis Foundation's Chapter Medical Advisory Committee (CMAC).
Robyn works with the team to ensure the company has effective operational and financial procedures in place. This includes the company’s workflow strategies and organization of all essential business processes. She received her Bachelors of Science from Texas Tech University and her Masters from University of Texas at Arlington. Her experiences of organizing, working and leading teams provided the skills needed to create a successful collaborative culture.
“As the Chief Operations Officer, I enjoy supporting this team and the mission to improve the lives of patients through clinical research.”
Amy Irby is a graduate of Texas Tech University, and discovered that her passion for helping others and natural abilities with details, patterns and processes intersected in the Clinical Research industry. She has worked in various roles in the industry including Clinical Research Coordinator, Quality Control, Quality Assurance, Regulatory, Training and Implementation, Process Management and Data Quality Management. She has a gift for streamlining processes and teaching others about best practices to aid with time management and resource allocation.
"My goal is to bring new treatments to market so patients that desperately need them are positively impacted. We can work together to push our industry forward by offering support to Sponsors and Sites in working smarter, utilizing technological advancements, streamlining processes, shortening timelines and understanding how what we do impacts each segment of our community."
Stephanie Kelly graduated from Southern Illinois University with a B.S. in Biological Sciences. She began her journey in research as a Research Assistant but was quickly promoted to Clinical Research Coordinator.
Stephanie has worked as a Research Coordinator in both clinical and academic settings, studying multiple indications from vaccines and diabetes, to organ transplantations. Stephanie is passionate about advancing the Clinical Research world to make the process easier for our researchers and our patients.
“My goal at CRSG is to promote and aid in advancing research processes to this digital era we are in. Technology has done a lot of wonderful things for our world so far, and it is time to see how much it can benefit our research.”
Lindsey Paul graduated from Texas A&M with a B.S. in Biomedical Sciences and found an interest in research through the Biomedical Research Certificate Program at Texas A&M where she studied the relationship of ileus and edema. She is passionate about educating and helping people through science.
"My goal at CRSG is to aid in streamlining the research process so that studies can be completed, and patients have new tools for treatment."