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Senior Learning and Development Specialist
National Marrow Donor Program/Be The Match
Stephanie Yoder has worked in Talent & Leadership Development for the past has 9 years, most recently specializing in team effectiveness and the employee experience. This past year, Stephanie co-crafted the National Marrow Donor Program/Be The Match’s Return to Office plans, and led the efforts to prepare leaders and employees for the future of hybrid work.
Bethanie Kuker, MS
Manager, Regulatory Affairs
Bethanie Kuker has 7 years of regulatory affairs experience in the cell and gene therapy field. The past year has been as the Regulatory Affairs Manager with the National Marrow Donor Program/Be The Match. Beth’s team is currently fully remote and will move to a hybrid model once company restrictions are lifted.
Dr. Carolina Panico
US Food and Drugs Administration
Dr. Carolina Panico, MD, PhD is a scientific reviewer at the US Food and Drugs Administration in the center for biologics.
Jared Schuster, BS, HTL (ASCP)
Jared Schuster, BS, HTL (ASCP) is a Regulatory Affairs Associate
supporting the National Marrow Donor Program and the Be the Match Biotherapies
Division. He holds responsibility for a variety of regulatory functions within
the NMDP, including management of the submissions for the NMDP’s Cord Blood
Access IND, regulatory support of Cell and Gene Therapy client protocols as
well as regulatory oversight of laboratory testing programs for the Be the
Match BioTherapies Division.
Jared brings over 9 years of experience in R&D, holding
scientific, quality, regulatory and project management roles throughout his
career. Previously, he served as a Senior Scientist and Project Manager for a
small Contract Research Organization, supporting pharmaceutical clients through
assay development and biomarker validation in a CLIA environment. His academic
work at the University of Minnesota focused on development of anti-inflammatory
and anti-fibrotic therapies for patients suffering from chronic viral
infections. In these roles he contributed to peer-reviewed publications,
assisted with regulatory submissions and collaborated with internal and
external stakeholders for development of clinical trial protocols.
Jared is an active member of the ASCP, AABB, ASQ and ISCT. He
graduated from the University of Minnesota with degrees in Molecular Genetics
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