MedRhythms hires neuroscience expert to lead clinical trials

MedRhythms, a growing Portland-based digital health startup, on Wednesday announced a key hire to oversee all of its clinical trials — including a current one studying the company’s solution for stroke patients.

Sabrina Taylor, who previously served as director of clinical studies for the Brain and Spinal Injury Center at the University of California San Francisco, based at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital, recently relocated to Portland to join MedRhythms as head of clinical trials. Read more

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