Jacqueline Stern, M.Ed., is a Clinical Research Educator for Vanderbilt Clinical Research Support Services (CRFSS) and the EpicLeap for Research project. Beginning her Vanderbilt career in 2010 in the Division of Epidemiology within the Department of Medicine, she oversaw the submission and compliance of publications as well as edited manuscripts for native and non-native speakers of English. During her time there, she also managed two postdoctoral training programs funded by the National Institutes of Health, the Vanderbilt-Shanghai Chronic Disease Research Training Program and Vanderbilt Training Program in Molecular and Genetic Epidemiology of Cancer (MAGEC). Before pursuing a position as a clinical research educator, she served as the primary coordinator for two cohort studies, one with 10 U.S based cohorts and one with 8 international cohorts in China, Korea, and Japan. She joined CRFSS and the EpicLeap for Research teams in April of 2017 and is helping to implement a multi-faceted education program for the in-house developed tools related to the eSMART system and best practices for clinical researchers.