Margaret (Maggie) House is a nurse consultant in the Division of Cancer Prevention (DCP), and has over 30 years of oncology nursing and clinical trial experience. She earned her Diploma in Nursing from St. Joseph’s Hospital School of Nursing in 1982, and graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Georgetown University in 2000.
Maggie provides support to the Prostate and Urologic Cancer Research Group (PUCRG) Contracts and Grants Program. In addition to her PUCRG duties, Maggie serves as the DCP Consortia Monitoring Contract Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR) and is responsible for overseeing the contract budget, and monitoring/auditing of all DCP Consortia clinical accrual sites.
She serves on Consortium Accrual Quality Improvement Program (AQuIP) Committee. AQuIP is a dynamic clinical trial accrual improvement program based on systematic planning, ongoing accrual activity reporting, evaluation and responsive actions that lead to measurable improvement in accrual. She organizes and oversees the DCP Consortia Webinars, a monthly education series for Consortia Lead Organization (CLOs), Participating Organizations (POs), and DCP staff. Maggie also serves on the NCI Clinical Trials Stewardship Committee, an initiative to improve quality and efficiency of NIH-funded clinical trials.
Her clinical trial interests include chemoprevention clinical trial recruitment, and process improvement for clinical trial site monitoring and staff education.