Florida Pain Medicine is a rotation site and teaching facility for USF Health ACGME Pain Medicine Fellowship and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residency.

Erin Walsh, BS

Clinical Research Coordinator located in Wesley Chapel, Zephyrhills, Riverview, Tampa, and Brandon, FL

About Erin Walsh

Erin is a highly skilled, meticulous, and comprehensively trained clinical research coordinator with over 4 years of experience in the field of scientific research. Erin currently manages all clinical research studies being conducted at Florida Pain Medicine, including patient enrollment, trial maintenance, training initiatives, and maintaining compliance with federal, state, and institutional regulations. In addition, she conducts feasibility assessments for new clinical trials, grant writing and submissions, protocol drafting, among other duties to ensure Florida Pain Medicine is an efficient, sought-after site for conducting clinical research trials.

Erin graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Florida in 2020 with a Bachelor of Science in Biology, with minors in Chemistry and English. She worked as an Undergraduate Research Assistant for over 2 years while earning her degree. Since graduating, she has completed an internship in Research and Development at RTI Surgical and worked as a Biological Scientist I at the University of Florida before trekking to Mombasa, Kenya to complete a 6-week medical internship with International Medical Aid.

As an altruist herself, she enjoys providing patients the opportunity to help others by contributing to clinical research. When not helping patients, she enjoys spending time with her dog, Marvin, whom she adopted from the Humane Society of Tampa Bay.

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Erin is a highly skilled, meticulous, and comprehensively trained clinical research coordinator with over 4 years of experience in the field of scientific research. Erin currently manages all clinical research studies being conducted at Florida Pain Medicine, including patient enrollment, trial maintenance, training initiatives, and maintaining compliance with federal, state, and institutional regulations. In addition, she conducts feasibility assessments for new clinical trials, grant writing and submissions, protocol drafting, among other duties to ensure Florida Pain Medicine is an efficient, sought-after site for conducting clinical research trials.

Erin graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Florida in 2020 with a Bachelor of Science in Biology, with minors in Chemistry and English. She worked as an Undergraduate Research Assistant for over 2 years while earning her degree. Since graduating, she has completed an internship in Research and Development at RTI Surgical and worked as a Biological Scientist I at the University of Florida before trekking to Mombasa, Kenya to complete a 6-week medical internship with International Medical Aid.

As an altruist herself, she enjoys providing patients the opportunity to help others by contributing to clinical research. When not helping patients, she enjoys spending time with her dog, Marvin, whom she adopted from the Humane Society of Tampa Bay.


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Erin is a highly skilled, meticulous, and comprehensively trained clinical research coordinator with over 4 years of experience in the field of scientific research. Erin currently manages all clinical research studies being conducted at Florida Pain Medicine, including patient enrollment, trial maintenance, training initiatives, and maintaining compliance with federal, state, and institutional regulations. In addition, she conducts feasibility assessments for new clinical trials, grant writing and submissions, protocol drafting, among other duties to ensure Florida Pain Medicine is an efficient, sought-after site for conducting clinical research trials.

Erin graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Florida in 2020 with a Bachelor of Science in Biology, with minors in Chemistry and English. She worked as an Undergraduate Research Assistant for over 2 years while earning her degree. Since graduating, she has completed an internship in Research and Development at RTI Surgical and worked as a Biological Scientist I at the University of Florida before trekking to Mombasa, Kenya to complete a 6-week medical internship with International Medical Aid.

As an altruist herself, she enjoys providing patients the opportunity to help others by contributing to clinical research. When not helping patients, she enjoys spending time with her dog, Marvin, whom she adopted from the Humane Society of Tampa Bay.


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