Kerra received her Master’s degree from George Washington University in Biomedical Engineering and her Bachelor’s Degree from Bucknell University in Mechanical Engineering. At GW, she contributed to the development of a biologically inspired artificial actuator for drug delivery applications. Previous research experiences focused on designing affordable and accessible medical devices for ALS patients and HIV patients. In her free time, Kerra enjoys exploring DC, horseback riding, and spending lots of time with her dog.
Nirosha Mahendraratnam, Christina Silcox, Kerra Mercon, Adam Kroetsch, Morgan Romine, Nicholas R. Harrison, Adam Aten, Rachel Sherman, Gregory Daniel, Mark McClellan
Understanding the Need for Non-Interventional Studies Using Secondary Data to Generate Real-World Evidence for Regulatory Decision Making, and Demonstrating Their Credibility
Nirosha Mahendraratnam, Joy Eckert, Kerra Mercon, Katherine Frank, Morgan Romine, Adam Kroetsch, Rachel Sherman, Gregory Daniel, Mark McClellan
Adding Real-World Evidence to a Totality of Evidence Approach for Evaluating Marketed Product Effectiveness
Nirosha Mahendraratnam, Kerra Mercon, Joy Eckert, Morgan Romine, Adam Kroetsch, Katherine Frank, Rachel Sherman Gregory Daniel, Mark McClellan