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    Christine Van Dyke

    TitleResearch Services Coordinator
    SchoolUCSF Chancellor/EVC/FAS
    DepartmentVice Chanc Research
    Address2200 Post Street
    San Francisco CA 94115
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      Sonoma State UniversityBSNNursing2015
      San Diego State UniversityMSBABusiness Administration2007
      San Diego State UniversityBSBusiness Administration2000

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      Christine has worked at UCSF for 10 years, in a variety of roles, including executive assistant, business officer, pre- and post- award management and now as a research services coordinator (RSC - Certified Officer and Authorized Signing Official) while enjoying each position she has held. She has gained extensive financial and research administration experience working in the Division of General Internal Medicine, the Graduate Division, and the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences. Christine enjoys research administration because she enjoys assisting PIs with their research goals, navigating the complex and confusing application process, and strives to provide stellar service to them.

      She holds a BS in Business Administration as well as an MSBA in Human Resource Management from San Diego State University. She is also an RN, BSN from Sonoma State University and is specializing in Labor and Delivery and Postpartum Couplet Care. Passionate about travel, food, wine and nature, in her down time she can be found anywhere from Lake Tahoe to Thailand to Chamonix or Africa, just enjoying life. Christine’s prior experiences in estate management and domestic services cross over in her ability to prioritize and adjust to the changes and requests while keeping in line with UCSF’s mission and values. Christine is self-directed, detail-oriented and is thrilled to be a part of the Research Services Management team as it leads UCSF into the future and further supports its research mission.

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