Mrs. Lauren Loop | Allergy and Immunology | Best Researcher Award


🌟 Profile Summary

👩‍🔬 With a Bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry from California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo, and ongoing certifications in Good Clinical Practice and Hazardous Material Training, I have immersed myself in the dynamic field of healthcare and research. Currently serving as the Executive Director at Allergy & Asthma Medical Group and Research Center (AAMGRC), San Diego, I oversee independent research studies, clinical trials, and clinic operations. 🏥 My role involves strategic decision-making, financial management, and representation in various forums related to allergy and immunology.

🔬 Previously, at the University of California San Diego Health, I contributed as a Clinical Research Coordinator, ensuring the seamless execution of study-related activities. 📚 My research has been published in peer-reviewed journals, showcasing my dedication to advancing scientific knowledge. My journey reflects a commitment to excellence in healthcare, research, and leadership. 👩‍🎓💡


🌐 Professional Profiles


🎓 2018 California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo
🔬 Bachelor of Science, Biochemistry

 Certification/ Trainings

📜 2020 – present CITI Good Clinical Practice 📜 2020 – present Hazardous Material Training – 49 CFR/IATA Shipping Biological Substance and Dry Ice 📜 2018 – present CPR/AED


Allergy & Asthma Medical Group and Research Center, San Diego, CA 🌟 Position: Executive Director (2023 – Present) Oversees independent research studies, education grants/initiatives, clinical trials, clinic operations, and financial/personnel decisions. Supervises the Research & Clinical Director, Clinical Trials Manager, Clinic Co-Director, and Business Administrator. Represents AAMGRC independently in meetings with clinically affiliated organizations. Manages relationships, oversees partnerships, and develops scientific and communication strategy. Directs the timeline and development of abstracts, posters, manuscripts, and medical education. 🌟 Position: Grants and Rare Disease Director (01/2023 – 12/2023) Involved in creating, applying, and negotiating independent research and educational grants. Implements and initiates grants, serves as a liaison with grant sponsors and collaborators. Works with the finance department regarding invoicing and milestone payments. Ensures regulatory compliance for initiating and implementing studies. Oversees independent investigator-initiated research coordinators, students, trainees, and junior investigators. Performs study-related activities for rare disease studies and external engagements. University of California San Diego Health, San Diego, CA 🌟 Position: Clinical Research Coordinator (04/2020 – Present) Screens and recruits study subjects, obtains informed consent, and collects medical history. Conducts study visit procedures, performs study-related assessments, and collects biological samples. Processes and ships patient samples, organizes and facilitates study team meetings. Maintains data collection files, runs and coordinates statistical analysis, and ensures regulatory compliance. Runs quality assurance and patient education for multi-disciplinary clinics.


 Investigator Initiated Studies

Multidisciplinary Atopic Dermatitis Program Rady Children’s Hospital San Diego Role: Education/Quality Improvement Director Optimizing Clinical Application of Lymphocyte Activation Tests for the Detection of Causative Medications in Severe Cutaneous Adverse ReactionsRole: Research Coordinator Pilot Study of Air Filtration’s Impact on Clinical Outcomes of Allergic Rhinitis Role: Research Coordinator Collaborative Multi-site Project to Speed the Identification and Management of Rare Immune Diseases Role: Research Coordinator Tracking the Effects of IL-4 and IL-13 on T cells in Human Asthma, Atopic Dermatitis, and Eosinophilic Esophagitis by Lineage Tracing Role: Grants Director/Lead Coordinator Functional Immune Dysregulation in Pediatric Solid Organ Transplant Recipients Role: Research Coordinator Impact of Inhaled Corticosteroids and Biologic Therapy for Moderate to Severe Asthma on Body Mass Index in Children Role: Grants Director Severe Asthma Program Rady Children’s Hospital San Diego Role: Data Analyst/Patient Educator Correlating Changes in Skin Clearance/Clinician Reported Outcomes with Patient Reported Outcome Measures in Atopic Dermatitis Role: Grants Director Real World Experience and Pharmacokinetics of IG-Naïve Immunodeficiency Patients Starting Cuvitru Role: Grants Director Use of Tezepelumab for CVID Type 2 Inflammatory Disease Role: Grants Director Assessing Quality of Life and Clinical Improvement of Antibody Deficiency Patients with Chronic Lung Disease Refractory to Conventional IG Replacement Therapy on Asceniv Role: Grants Director A Quality Improvement Study – Assessing Total Steroid Burden for Patient with Atopic Dermatitis Role: Grants Director Characterization of Unmet Need for Targeted Precision Medication in Atopic Dermatitis Due to Inadequate or Poor Response to Dupilumab Role: Grants Director

 Sponsored Studies

Registry Study of Revcovi Treatment in Patients With ADA-SCID Role: Rare Disease Director,  A Phase III, Crossover Trial Evaluating the Efficacy and Safety of KVD900 for On-Demand Treatment of Angioedema Attacks in Adolescent and Adult Patients with Hereditary Angioedema (HAE) Role: Rare Disease Director, Efficacy and Safety Study of Mavorixafor in Participants with Warts, Hypogammaglobulinemia, Infections, and Myelokathexis (WHIM) Syndrome Role: Research Coordinator,  Preventing Asthma in High-Risk Kids (PARK) Role: Research Coordinator


📚Top Noted Publication

  1. Microwave synthesis of 1-aryl-1H-pyrazole-5-amines
    • Authors: Nikalet Everson, Kenya Yniguez, Lauren Loop, Horacio Lazaro, Briana Belanger, Grant Koch, Jordan Bach, Aashrita Manjunath, Ryan Schioldager, Jarvis Law, Megan Grabenauer, Scott Eagon
    • Journal: Tetrahedron Letters
    • Volume: 60, Issue 1
    • Year: 2019
    • Pages: 72-74
  2. Synthesis and Structure-Activity Relationship of Dual-Stage Antimalarial Pyrazolo[3,4-b]pyridines
    • Authors: Scott Eagon, Hammill JT, Sigal M, Ahn KJ, Tryhorn JE, Koch G, Belanger B, Chaplan CA, Loop L, Kashtanova AS, Yniguez K, Lazaro H, Wilkinson SP, Rice AL, Falade MO, Takahashi R, Kim K, Cheung A, DiBernardo C, Kimball JJ, Winzeler EA, Eribez K, Mittal N, Gamo FJ, Crespo B, Churchyard A, García-Barbazán I, Baum J, Anderson MO, Laleu B, Guy RK.
    • Journal: J Med Chem
    • Volume: 63, Issue 20
    • Year: 2020
    • Pages: 11902-11919
  3. Atopic dermatitis – Review of comorbidities and therapeutics
    • Authors: Margaret M. Appiah, Michael A. Haft, Elana Kleinman, Jennifer Laborada, Stephanie Lee, Lauren Loop, Bob Geng, Lawrence F. Eichenfield
    • Journal: Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology
    • Volume: 129, Issue 2
    • Year: 2022
    • Pages: 142-149
    • ISSN: 1081-1206
  4. Multidisciplinary atopic dermatitis program: A novel approach to managing difficult-to-control atopic dermatitis patients
    • Authors: Tracy A, Loop L, Bhatti S, et al.
    • Journal: Pediatr Dermatol
    • Year: 2024
    • Pages: 1-5
Lauren Loop | Allergy and Immunology | Best Researcher Award

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