Trisha Parker

Clinical Trials Coordinator

Faculty:Faculty of Medical Science

Location: Chelmsford

Areas of Expertise: Clinical trials , Public health

Trisha Parker has worked in clinical research as a research coordinator for over 6 years managing trials in different phases of implementation and in varying therapeutic areas.


Trisha received a Masters of Public Health from Georgia State University and a business degree from Georgia Institute of Technology. She has been working in clinical research for over 5 years in the US, mainly focused on Infectious diseases. Her role involved protocol and research development, grant submissions, coordination of trials from study set up to close out, data analysis and management, project management and monitoring, and publication preparation.

Trisha joined Anglia Ruskin Clinical Trials Unit in 2015 to help with the coordination of investigator led trials and also to manage the partnerships with Quintiles, ARCTU, and the hospital partner trusts.

Research interests

  • Infectious Diseases
  • Public Health, Epidemiology


  • Masters in Public Health, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA (USA)
  • Bachelor’s of Science, Management, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA (USA)

Memberships, editorial boards

Certified Clinical Research Coordinator, Association of Clinical Research Professionals

Recent presentations and conferences

L Cheng Immergluck, S Khizer, T Chan, et al. Completeness of Rotavirus Vaccination and Its Impact on Rotavirus Disease. Clin Transl Sci 2011, 4(2):99

MM Cortese, LC Immergluck, M Held, S Jain, T Chan, et al. Effectiveness of Monovalent and Pentavalent Rotavirus Vaccine. Pediatrics 2013; 132; (1): e25

LC Immergluck, S Satola, S Jain, JR Watson, C McCracken, T Chan, et al. Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus Colonization among Pediatric Healthcare Workers from Different Outpatient Settings. Amer J Infect Contr February 20, 2013; epub ahead of print)

Trisha Chan, Nana Wilson, Khusdeep Malhotra, Saadia Khizer, Anaam Mohammed, Shabnam Jain, Philip Spandorfer, Lilly Immergluck. Rotavirus vaccination disparities seen among infants with acute gastroenteritis (AGE). Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting. Accepted for poster presentation, May 2013 in Washington, DC

Immergluck, L, Malhotra, K, Chan, T, Zhang, S, Giarrusso, A. An Examination of the Social Determinants of Community Associated MRSA Infections in Children. ESRI Health GIS Conference. Accepted for oral presentation (Presenter), October 2013 in Cambridge, MA

Trisha Chan, Khusdeep Malhotra, Nana Wilson, Anaam Mohammed, Elham Laghaie, Kevin Thornton, Robert Jerris, Lilly Immergluck. Rotavirus Vaccination Disparities Among Children with AGE. Minority Health and Health Disparities Grantees' Conference. Accepted for poster presentation, December 2014 in Gaylord, MD

LC Immergluck, T Chan, R Meyer, S Khizer, V Ngyuen. Listeria Meningitis and Nontyphi Salmonella Bloodstream Infection in an Infant. Pediatr Infect Dis 2015; 10: 35-38

Mohammed A, Immergluck L, Parker TC, Jain S, Leong T, Anderson EJ, Jerris RC. Association between mixed rotavirus vaccination types of infants and rotavirus acute gastroenteritis, Vaccines 2015; 33(42):5670-7

Immergluck LC, Parker TC, Jain S, Laghaie E, Spandorfer P, Jerris RC, Bowen MD, Parashar UD, Cortese MM. Sustained Effectiveness of Monovalent and Pentavalent Rotavirus Vaccines in Children. J Pediatric. 2016.01.042. [Epub ahead of print]