Kim Potter, MSClinical Research Associate
Kim Potter has a career in conducting and facilitating scientific advancement and has
over 12 years experience in academic and medical research. She earned her
undergraduate degree from the University of Georgia and her Master's in preclinical
studies at San Diego State University. She has a background in basic science,
preclinical studies, and clinical studies.
Kim brings Clinical Trial experience from her time working at the University of California
San Diego while managing a trial focused on a novel approach to mental health
treatment. She has held academic research positions coordinating multisite clinical
studies concerning several areas of focus including drug and alcohol abuse, genetics,
memory disorders, and teratogens. Most recently Kim comes from coordinating
orthopaedic medical research for the United States Naval Medical Health System.
Notably during this time she spearheaded the initiative to allow patient access to
investigational medications in an effort to safely deliver optimal treatment approaches
while safeguarding FDA regulations. From time to time Kim serves as a lecturer for
college courses in San Diego.