Sonia Morgan

Principal Clinical Data Manager

Sonia Morgan

Principal Clinical Data Manager

With over 16 years of clinical data management experience, Ms. Sonia Morgan serves as Rho’s data management core lead for a federally-funded statistical and clinical coordinating center (SACCC). In this role, Ms. Morgan provides leadership and oversight for all data management deliverables and is responsible for the design of the electronic data capture system, database cleaning, and overall flow management of clinical data for studies.

Working in various therapeutic areas throughout her career, Ms. Morgan’s current focus is in rare disease, where she has been a part of clinical trials for AIDS, meningitis, and staphylococcus aureus. Most recently, Ms. Morgan is leading the data management activities for a study that will determine the incidence of coronavirus in children. This is a complex multi-center trial enrolling 6,000 participants and employing virtual visits and data collection directly from patients. Ms. Morgan successfully managed a rapid start-up timeline (6 weeks from protocol concept to FPFV), having eCRFs, which were non-standard and designed specifically for participant use, in production in 2.5 weeks.

Before her tenure at Rho, Ms. Morgan continually yielded high-quality databases as the data management lead for numerous complex and high-enrolling multicenter trials with accelerated timelines.

Ms. Morgan earned her Bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

This is what drives Sonia:

“I love the fact that the work I do is both challenging and rewarding, and knowing that the research I’m involved with is truly making a difference in people’s lives. Data management is a crucial component of any successful trial, so without quality data … there is no quality analysis. Just knowing that motivates me to ensure databases accurately collect all of the information needed to answer each protocol objective.”