Research Nurse

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Ella Bruss | (156) 943-4246 | Phoenix, AZ


I am a Research Nurse with over 1 years of experience. I have worked in a variety of research settings, including clinical trials, epidemiological studies, and basic science research. I am skilled in study design, data collection, and analysis. I am passionate about improving the lives of patients through scientific discovery.


Research Nurse at Mayo Clinic, AZMar 2022 - Present

  • Conducted research on the effects of a new cancer treatment drug. Collected and analyzed data from 50 patients over the course of six months.
  • Led a study on the use of meditation to reduce stress in nurses. Conducted interviews with 100 participants and compiled results.
  • Researched ways to improve patient compliance with medication regimens. Presented findings to hospital staff, which led to changes in policy that increased compliance rates by 15%.
  • Played a key role in developing a new nursing care model that reduced errors by 30% and improved patient satisfaction scores by 20%.

Research Nurse II at Banner Health, AZAug 2021 - Mar 2022

  • Led a team of 4 research nurses in conducting clinical trials for new cancer treatments.
  • Recruited 150 patients for 3 different clinical trials.
  • Monitored patient progress and collected data throughout the duration of each trial.
  • Assisted in publishing 2 papers based on findings from the clinical trials conducted.
  • Presented findings from the clinical trials at 3 national conferences.
  • Trained 2 new research nurses.


Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Arizona State UniversityAug 2017 - May 2021

The skills I've learned while studying Bachelor of Science in Nursing are: critical thinking, problem solving, clinical reasoning, and effective communication.


  • Nursing
  • Clinical research
  • Patient care
  • Data collection and analysis
  • Regulatory compliance knowledge
  • Project management
  • Strong written and verbal communication

Idalia Minni | (254) 495-3641 | 55 W. Apache Trail, Suite 108, Apache Junction, AZ


As a research nurse with over 1 year of experience, I have extensive knowledge in the field of nursing and clinical research. I am highly skilled in coordinating and conducting clinical trials, as well as managing patient care during these trials. I am passionate about providing high-quality care to patients participating in clinical studies, and always work to ensure their safety and comfort throughout the trial process. In addition to my strong nursing skills, I also have excellent organizational abilities which allow me to effectively manage multiple tasks simultaneously. My combination of skills makes me an asset on any research team, and I am confident that I can contribute significantly to your organization’s success


Research Nurse at Mayo Clinic, AZMay 2022 - Present

  • Recruited 100 patients for a clinical trial in 6 months.
  • Trained 5 new research nurses on study protocol and procedures.
  • Monitored 50 patient cases throughout the course of their treatment.
  • Authored 3 publications in peer-reviewed journals based on findings from clinical trials conducted.
  • Presented at 2 national conferences on findings from completed studies.

Research Nurse II at HonorHealth, AZAug 2021 - Mar 2022

  • Led a research study with 50 participants that yielded valuable data on a new treatment for cancer.
  • Wrote and published an article in a nursing journal on the findings of the above study.
  • Presented the findings of the study at 2 national conferences.
  • Successfully recruited 20 patients for a clinical trial testing a new heart medication.
  • Monitored patient progress throughout the course of said trial, ensuring their safety and well-being.


Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Arizona State UniversitySep 2017 - May 2021

How to provide care to patients, how to administer medication, how to handle different types of medical equipment, and how to work with a team of medical professionals.


  • Nursing
  • Research
  • Clinical Trials
  • Patient Care
  • Data Analysis
  • Critical Thinking
  • Communication