Allison Kalloo, MPH is a patient recruitment specialist. She is the founding partner and communication lead of Clinical Ambassador, iParticipate and CliniVIVRE aimed at expanding minority access and broadening diversity in clinical research across stakeholders. She has held a variety of positions in the private, public, and non-profit sectors that span public relations, freelance writing, marketing, patient education and public health, and worked in multiple laboratories as an undergraduate research fellow.
Save the Date!
We are excited to announce the addition of Allison Kalloo to Medable’s Patient Advisory Council. She is the founder of Clinical Ambassador and iParticipate, and is a passionate advocate for diversity in clinical research.
Each year, on the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the nation takes a moment to pause, reflect and think back on the life and impact of his work.
Today, our own Patient Advisory Council member Allison Kalloo sat down with Medable CEO and co-founder Michelle Longmire to incite a moment of pause and reflection, by discussing the very real and continued issues and challenges that African American communities face in our own industry.
Allison has had a remarkable life shaped by the work of Dr. King, her mother, and trials and healthcare in general, and she presents the industry with a number of challenging thoughts and questions that should make us all stop, pause, and reflect on the work that we do everyday, as well as the lives we lead outside of Medable.