Beth Esterl is VP of Medical Affairs and Research at ClinOne. Her unique qualifications, based on a strong background in both health care administration and graduate education focusing on nursing leadership, provides her with an effective complement of broad-based technical, medical, and administrative knowledge, combined with the depth of regulatory understanding, for the business of health care.
Beth’s diverse experience includes development and implementation of two successful clinical trials organizations, management of multi-site clinical study projects, personnel and financial management, and coordinating team efforts to provide clinical care and regulatory oversight, protocol development and implementation, IND/IDE applications, and IRB submissions for cutting-edge research and clinical care.
Throughout her career, Beth has been the primary principal investigator for clinical research projects within oncology, immunology, allergy, and pediatric specialties as well as sub-investigator to many more pediatric specialties. Beth is also adjunct faculty for Regis University for RN to B.S.N. students and M.S. nursing students.
Beth has been fortunate to teach a variety of classes including but not limited to: nursing roles, nursing theory, nursing research, curriculum development, teaching and learning, community practicum and community nursing, and capstone. In addition, Beth is a visiting professor at the University Medical and Pharmacy School in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam where she teaches Nursing Research for M.S. nursing students.