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Margaret Ziola

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Margaret Ziola, MD
Medical Director, Cardiology and Neurovascular

In her position as Medical Director, Cardiology and Neurovascular at Synarc, she is responsible for the scientific oversight of all cardiovascular projects including coordination and collaboration with key opinion leaders and expert readers as well as our Sponsor's scientific counterparts. Dr. Ziola participates in clinical trial protocol design and data interpretation and regulatory strategy planning. She oversees the quality of Synarc's cardiology and neurovascular reading services and explores new applications of imaging to clinical trial research.

Dr. Ziola has more than twenty years of cardiovascular experience in support of pharmaceutical research and development programs. Her expertise includes clinical analysis, interpretation, and reporting of cardiac safety data for over 100 clinical trials in various therapeutic indications, including cardiovascular, infectious disease, oncology, CNS, gastroenterology, and endocrinology.

Dr. Ziola holds her medical degree from the Nicolaus Copernicus Jagiellonian University Medical School in Krakow, Poland. She has participated in expert meetings, given invited lectures and co-authored several scientific articles.

Prior to joining Synarc, Dr. Ziola worked at ARYx Therapeutics leading global cardiovascular clinical trials design, conduct and monitoring. Earlier in her career, she served as Director of Cardiovascular Clinical Services position at Gentiae Clinical Research, a cardiovascular core lab she helped establish, supporting central reading of cardiac imaging and electrocardiography. Prior to that she was affiliated with the groundbreaking Ischemia Research and Education Foundation.

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