Meet Our Team
Anthony Keyes, MBA, PMP
Anthony is a Program Administrator who joined Johns Hopkins in 2009. He completed an MBA from the Johns Hopkins, Carey Business School and a BS from the University of Maryland, College Park. He is primarily interested in project management, research administration, training and education of research professionals, compliance and quality improvement. Anthony leads several ICTR initiatives including, Research Coordinator Support Services (RCSS), the Coordinator Apprentice Program (CAP) and the ClinicalTrials.gov Program.
Mais Hamdawi, MD
Mais is a Senior Research Program Supervisor who joined Johns Hopkins in 2020. She completed a MBChB in Medicine and General Surgery from Alkindy College of Medicine in Iraq and is primarily interested in clinical research and training research staff. She is willing to work toward taking an MBA in Project Management and eventually become a Clinical Research Program Manager.
Naomi C. Brioche, BS, BA
Naomi is a Research Program Coordinator who joined Johns Hopkins in January 2020. She has worked on a wide variety of research studies. Additionally, she represents Hopkins as the Regional Coordinating Director of GMaP Region 1 North.
Naomi completed her BA in Theology from Barry University in 2008. Her passion for improving women’s and maternal health inspired her complete a BS in Maternal Child Health: Human Lactation from Union Institute & University in 2020. Her personal research interest include healthcare disparities, cancer prevention, chronic pain disorders in women, improving childbirth outcomes, and increasing access to appropriate support for breastfeeding families. In the near future, she hopes to pursue her master’s degree.
Osamah Alsaadi, MD
Osamah is a Clinical Research Coordinator who joined Johns Hopkins in 2021. He completed a MBChB. in Medicine and General Surgery from Al-Anbar University/College of Medicine in Iraq and is primarily interested in Clinical Research. He is working toward taking the CCRP Certification and complete any requirements to become a Clinical Research Program Manager.
Bijaya Bhattarai , MBBS
Bijaya is a Clinical Research Coordinator who joined Johns Hopkins in November 2021. He completed a MBBS from the Collage Of Medical Science, Bharatpur, Nepal. He is primarily interested in the clinical medical field. He hopes to eventually become a doctor and researcher.
Stephen is a Research Program Coordinator who joined Johns Hopkins in 2020. He completed the Study Coordinator Apprenticeship and Mentoring Program in 2021. Stephen has experience with Study Start-Up & Regulatory, Recruitment, Participant Screening & Informed Consent, Specimen Collections, and Data Entry & Management. Stephen enjoys interfacing with patients and is primarily interested in Improving the Research Participant Experience and Retention.
Faedra Arwady MS, CBDT
Faedra is a Senior Research Program Coordinator who joined Johns Hopkins in 2004. She completed a MS in Exercise Physiology from The University of Pittsburgh and a BS in Exercise Science from Sacred Heart University. She is primarily interested in how exercise improves cognition, quality of life and physical outcomes. She enjoys assisting study teams with implementation of best practices and developing successful workflows, while supporting study participants with their important role in the research process.
Eniola Onaolapo, BSN
Eniola is a Clinical Research Coordinator Apprentice who joined Johns Hopkins in 2022. She completed a bachelor’s degree from Ghana and is currently preparing to take the National Council Licensure Examination in the United States to become a register nurse. Her hobbies include swimming, traveling, and adventures. She hopes to work towards having a bright future in clinical research and eventually become a traveling Clinical Research Nurse.
Jamie is a Research Coordinator Apprentice who joined Johns Hopkins in 2021. She completed a BS in Psychology from York College of Pennsylvania and is primarily interested in clinical research. She hopes to work toward becoming a Senior Research Coordinator and eventually become a Certified Clinical Research Professional.
Claire is a Research Coordinator Apprentice who joined Johns Hopkins in 2022. She has a BA in Psychology with a specialty in human services from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. She is primarily interested in gaining a deep understanding of research techniques and becoming involved with studies involving new tools to increase patient’s mental health and well-being. She hopes to work towards eventually earning her PhD in psychology. When not at work, Claire enjoys hiking, crocheting, and exploring around the city.
Marwa El-Ashry, B.S.
Marwa is a Research Coordinator Apprentice who joined Johns Hopkins in 2023. She completed a B.S. in Biobehavioral Health with minors in Neuroscience and Biology from Penn State University. She is primarily interested in working towards a PhD in the field of Neuroscience, but is still interested in discovering a new passion in another specialty. She hopes to work toward improving her skills such as verbal communication and public speaking, leadership, and protocol and clinical development as they apply to research and patient advocacy.
Eunice is a Clinical Research Coordinator Apprentice at Johns Hopkins University. She has a Master’s Degree in Demography from University of Ghana. She is currently training to be a Study Coordinator. She loves to bake and read and hopes to be one of the best Study Coordinators in the field.
Renee B. Ofori, B.S.
Renee is a Research Coordinator Apprentice who joined Johns Hopkins in 2023. She completed a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Towson University and is primarily interested in clinical research and compliance. She hopes to work toward becoming a Senior Research Coordinator and eventually become a Research Program Manager.
Lucy Mukta Sharma, MD
Lucy is a Research Coordinator Apprentice who joined Johns Hopkins in 2023. She completed her medical school from Nepalese Army Institute of Health Sciences. Her curiosity in clinical research has motivated her to pursue this role and is embracing every bit of this learning opportunity. Her interest in mental health and the field of psychiatry has also led her to be an advocate who is involved in mental health awareness in the community. She looks forward to having a bigger impact on the human mind and their world. In her free time, she loves cooking different cuisines and hopes to share it with you one day.