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  • Education
    • M.A., North Carolina State University, 2010, Public Administration
    • J.D., University of North Carolina School of Law, 2010, Dean's List; Phi Alpha Delta; Women in Law; Vice President and Treasurer of Death Penalty Project; Pro Bono Innocence Project
    • B.A., summa cum laude, North Carolina State University, 2005, Political Science; Class Valedictorian
Danielle Boram understands the complex nature of issues that arise in the highly regulated space of clinical research. She brings broad experience in the clinical contracting space from both the sponsor and CRO perspective, that allows her to offer creative solutions for clients. Danielle has served as in-house counsel and provided clinical contract oversight in small and large pharmaceutical companies, as well as working in a clinical research organization. 

Danielle leverages her industry experience to successfully advise clients on a variety of issues, including:
  • Clinical trial agreements, master service agreements, and a full range of clinical contracts
  • Investigator-sponsored research
  • Anti-kickback and anti-bribery compliance
  • Informed consent forms
  • Privacy and data protection
  • Clinical site management
  • Compliance with fair market value
  • Reimbursement for standard of care procedures
  • Patient stipends and reimbursements
  • Development of SOPs to comply with regulatory requirements
  • Clinical contract management for audit readiness