Director of Research – Shelly David Senders, MD
Dr. Senders is the founder of Senders Pediatrics. Serving as the Principal Investigator for most studies, Dr. Senders has 11 years of experience in the conduct of clinical research studies in a wide variety of areas. Drawing on his over 20 years of clinical experience as a pediatrician, Dr. Senders brings perspective and a national reputation for honesty and integrity in the area of clinical research.
Associate Director of Research –Douglas Fleck, MD
Dr. Fleck is an outstanding star on the Senders Research team. With a zest for life and a wonderful command of the research process, Dr. Fleck is responsible for developing our unique IRB approved TIP sheets that have been critical in maintaining our nationally recognized reputation for compliance and retention.
Kristina Banks, CPNP
With a Masters degree as an advanced practice nurse as well as background in communication, Kristina has excelled in her ability to translate the often arcane aspects of a clinical trial to people of diverse backgrounds
Elizabeth Bucchieri, MD
Dr. Bucchieri brings over a decade of pediatric experience to our team. Dedicated to providing outstanding, personalized care to her patients, Dr. “Zizzy” is a trusted voice in the world of pediatric research.
Andrea Mann, DO
Dr. Andy brings a decade of experience in caring for both children and adults. With residency training in both pediatrics and internal medicine, she brings real world perspective to our practice. She has been invaluable to our efforts to bring adult age trials to Senders Research.
Jill Sangree, MD
With over a half a decade of experience in pediatric research, Dr. Jill is an invaluable resource in the recruitment process. Her background in engineering and information technology have helped create many of the electronic enhancements to our Electronic Medical Record that have helped provide an extra level of safety to our recruited patients.
Ann Witt, MD
Dr. Ann’s background as a family practitioner, gives us entrée to the world of adult clinical research studies.