Christopher Washington

Mr. Washington is a Project Manager of the MedStar National Center of Human Factors in Healthcare. He received a Master of Business Administration, Healthcare Management at the University of Baltimore. He spent most of his training focused on the business concept design, which is an area of turning vague ideas, market insights, and evidence into concrete value propositions and solid business models. He is a practiced servant leader and facilitator of collaboration and shared responsibility. He is a member of the Project Management Institute (PMI). He also received a Master of Arts, Exercise Physiology at the Adelphi University. He is a practiced clinical research organization (CRO) trial manager. He is a member of the Regulatory Affairs Professional Society (RAPs), the Association of Exercise Physiologists (ASEP), former Active Children Excel Project Advisory Board Chair, and the Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA). Management experience includes project planning, budgeting, and governing. He is the strategic manager of the MedStar Health COVID-19 Real-Time Syndromic Surveillance, Scheduled At-home Serologic Testing, and Electronic Health Records prospective study which is taking part of the Collaboration Research Partnership – a multi-state, health system, analytical and IT/IS firm effort to study the disease.  Additionally, he is the strategic manager of the Wearable Physiologic Monitoring with Monitor with Real-time Continues Data Acquisition and Analysis for Early Detection of COVID-19 Infection. Mr. Washington also provides strategic support for the AHRQ funded multi-site and multi-health system proposal to develop a Clinical Decision Support (CDS) platform to help patients and physicians manage chronic pain. His prior experiences at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, University of Maryland Department of Public Health and Epidemiology and the Veterans Affairs Medical Center (VAMC) Baltimore sharpened his clinical trial operations oversight. Moreover, his project management of industry sponsored, NIH funded, and Veterans Affairs awards have versed him in state, federal, and GCP/ICH regulations. Mr. Washington is also Certified, CITI Training for Human Subjects Research, Certified, Advanced Life Support (ACLS), Certified, Basic Life Support (BLS). He also has extensive cardiac rehabilitation and human physiology training.