Tracy Stewart has more than 16 years of experience within clinical research, continuing medical education, and hospital administration. Ms. Stewart joined Quintiles in 2010 and is a member of the Global Biosimilars Unit specializing in investigator and patient engagement for biosimilar research. She manages Biosimilars Knowledge Connect, a global initiative designed to educate investigators about biosimilars and promote participation in clinical trials. She also co-manages Quintiles Biosimilars Collaborative providing an internal platform to enhance biosimilar expertise and promote cooperation across the company.
Before joining the Global Biosimilars Unit, Ms. Stewart developed patient recruitment and retention strategies to support the delivery of clinical trials across therapeutic areas. She was responsible for the collection and use of global “site intelligence” regarding recruitment and retention practices to provide both local and therapeutic perspectives. Prior to joining Quintiles, she spent eight years of her career in medical education with Scienta Healthcare Education and the National Respiratory Training Center and four years in hospital administration at Duke University Hospital.
She holds a master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Houston and obtained her bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design from North Carolina State University.