Jennifer Sutton, RN, CCRC
Jennifer was born in Buffalo, NY, and moved to Myrtle Beach with her family in 1998. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science with a minor in Chemistry from the University of South Carolina in Columbia, SC, and then went on to earn her nursing degree from Horry-Georgetown Technical College. She has been with Carolina Urologic Research Center since July 2008. She coordinates clinical trials in all areas of urology, and is dedicated to advancing and improving patient care through clinical research.
Rebecca Floyd, RN, CCRC
Rebecca Floyd is one of the few natives of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. She was born and raised in the Myrtle Beach area and attended Carolina Forest High School. Always aspiring to become a nurse, she continued her education by completing her nursing degree at Horry Georgetown Technical College. Rebecca’s compassion for patients and eagerness to learn sparked her interest in research. She has been involved in research since February 2011 and became a certified clinical research coordinator in September 2013. She truly loves what she does and takes pride in helping make advances in medicine.
Stacy Rust, CMA
Stacy Rust was born on Pope Airforce Base in Fayetteville, North Carolina. After her father retired from the Air Force in 1985 her family settled in Cary, North Carolina. She earned her Associate’s in Early Childhood Education in 1992 and worked in the public school system for 13 years. Wanting to further her education in the medical field, she became a Nurse Assistant prior to earning her Associate of Science as a Registered Certified Clinical Medical Assistant in 2012. She worked for Atlantic Urology Clinics for 4 years prior to becoming a clinical research coordinator at CURC.
Lindsey Rabon is a native of the Myrtle Beach area in South Carolina. She graduated from Carolina Forest High School and later decided to pursue a career in healthcare. She attended Miller Motte Technical College and graduated with an Associate’s degree in Applied Science with an emphasis in Medical Assisting. She started her healthcare career at Carolina Urologic Research Center as the Regulatory Affairs Coordinator and later transitioned to her current position. She is now a Clinical Research Coordinator who takes pride in her work and is passionate about her future in clinical research.
Angela is from Iowa and moved to Myrtle Beach in 2001. During this time she worked in hospice and in home healthcare where her passion for the medical field grew. She went to Miller Motte Technical college for medical office assistance. Angela worked with Atlantic Urology as a receptionist and then moved to the insurance authorization department prior to joining CURC in 2016.
Wendy was born in Heredia, Costa Rica and was raised in North Carolina. She moved to Myrtle Beach in July 2017 and began working with Carolina Urologic Research Center that August. She is new to research but has over 10 years of medical experience. She has worked in a variety of medical specialties and is excited to further her career in Clinical Research while advancing medicine and providing exceptional patient care.
Jennifer was raised in East Hampton, NY and moved to Myrtle Beach in 2004. She graduated from Coastal Carolina University in 2008 with a Bachelors in Communication. She has been a Clinical Research Assistant with the CURC team since January 2017.
Alexandra was raised in Bethel, CT and moved to Myrtle Beach in 2011. She received her Bachelors of Science in both Computer Science and Applied Mathematics from Coastal Carolina University in 2018. She is currently working towards obtaining her PhD in Computer Engineering at Clemson University, and helps out at CURC in her spare time. She has been a proud member of the CURC team since March 2014.