The Tech Garden recently welcomed two new companies as virtual members. Clarity Clinical Research and The Alvina Group are now taking advantage of TTG's programs, such as Hot Spot along with networking events and resources. Learn more about the companies below...
TTG Welcomes New Member, Clarity Clinical Research
Lisa Sonneborn has worked in various positions in the clinical trial industries for several years. This experience and her training as a therapist led her to develop a clinical trial approach centered on patient care with the formation of Clarity Clinical Research.
Sonneborn's focus is the study of memory loss and cognitive functioning. Her company utilizes a unique approach of engaging physicians and patients/subjects in trials that covers a range from healthy memory (prodromal AD) studies, to severe AD and end of life programs.
The company partners with non-profits and service organizations, combining clinical research with community education, on-site patient/caregiver support, and physician collaboration. Another objective of Clarity is to explore pharmaceutical products aimed at preventing, slowing, or stopping Alzheimer's disease.
Clarity Clinical Research is currently applying to the Hot Spot program.
To learn more, visit http://www.clarityclinicalresearch.com/
The Alvina Group becomes Virtual Member at TTG
The Alvina Group, founded by Kristin Mannion of Fayetteville is at the initial formulation stage. The Tech Garden is the perfect place for Mannion to develop and launch her company, giving her access to support and mentoring, access to the knowledge resources, and network with others who can share experiences and introduce her to influencers.
Mannion, a graduate of Notre Dame with a degree in Information Technology Management, spent the last four years working in corporate IT in Milwaukee. A desire to employ her experience and innovate in the Syracuse engineering market led her to start The Alvina Group.
She will focus on IT and engineering services with the intent of providing quality contracting as a WBE in the public sector.
As a woman entrepreneur she recognizes the importance and value of keeping talented women engaged in the work force and is committed to hiring and promoting women in the IT and engineering fields.