Over the last few decades, innovations in science and technology have allowed medical researchers to discover therapies that have saved millions of lives, and have the potential to save countless more.
We are passionate about using clinical research as a platform to teach kids scientific thinking and creative problem-solving skills that will spark a lifetime of curiosity and lead to big medical breakthroughs.
Bridget is a health education professional with 20 years experience in the biomedical research industry, including roles with UT MD Anderson Cancer Center and Baylor College of Medicine.
Hypothesis Haven Science Club is the culmination of her dream to share her knowledge in the clinical trials industry with the next generation of young scientists.
Bridget earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Baylor University and a Master’s degree in Health Education from the University of Houston, and her passion is increasing access to emerging medical treatments by bridging information gaps between medical providers and patients.
Cathy is a former regulatory affairs professional with 20 years of experience in the clinical research industry, including roles with Baylor College of Medicine and UT MD Anderson Cancer Center and medical gas and medical device licensing experience with Air Liquide.
Cathy earned her Associate in Arts degree from Houston Community College and has experience working in school districts and with autistic and special needs children.