At ADAMAS, our mission is to provide our clients with best-in-class expertise; our team consists of the top industry knowledge of clinical quality assurance. But we go even further beyond that, to ensure that we remain true partners to our clients, working with your team to bring top expertise to your organization. In that light, we wanted to introduce you to the team that makes that happen.
Mason Cox is our Vice President of Clinical Operations. He’s responsible for the leadership, oversight and execution of all Computer Systems Compliance and Validation operations, ensuring our clients’ systems are secure and compliant.
Mason has an unmatched depth of experience, including Quality Assurance, Data Management, System Process Audits, test architecture and coverage, Pharmacovigilance and GCP, as well as in onsite, remote, Vendor and Internal Audits. It’s hardly surprising he’s responsible for ensuring our CSC operations run at the highest standard, and a truly passionate advocate for keeping computer systems secure.
How long have you worked at ADAMAS?
Two years and 7 days
What do you like most about your job?
Working remotely provides the awesome ability to manage your own schedule and enjoy life while still meeting deadlines and milestones at work. All you need is a good (or great) Internet connection and my trusted ADAMAS Laptop and I look forward to traveling more – while working remotely.
What are your hopes for our industry?
That we use advances in technology to conduct Clinical trials more effectively, safer, and more efficiently. This continued practice should lower the cost of trial execution (across all Phases) and a reduction in the end cost of medications to the general public.
What do you like most about ADAMAS?
My colleagues at ADAMAS are the most diverse and intelligent group of professionals that anyone could hope to work with, and this is what I like the most about working at ADAMAS.
What languages do you speak?
What was your first job?
What do you like to do when you aren’t working?
Surfing, Sailing, and Skiing, all depending on climate and season.
Where’s your favorite place in the world?
Anegeda, British Virgin Islands
When traveling, what is the one thing you can’t live without?
What books are at your bedside?
The last 3 issues of the Surfers Journal
What song do you have on repeat at the moment?
Left hand Free, Alt-J
What advice do you have for prospective ADAMAS candidates?
Be confident and don’t be afraid to ask hard questions