Pauline Grant

Pauline Grant is a Clinical Trial Support Team Coordinator at Rare Disease Research Partners (RDRP). In this role, she provides worldwide logistical support and assistance to patients and their families to ensure that they are able to attend their study visits. 

Before joining RDRP, Pauline spent 12 years working as Deputy Manager of a Montessori Nursery School. Pauline has a Certificate in Management and an AMI Diploma in Montessori Pedagogy.

Pauline feels very rewarded by her role within the Clinical Trial and Patient Access team, as she is able to play a part for each family on their journey to improve the life of the patient.

Lianne Mott

Lianne Mott is a Clinical Trial Support Team Coordinator at Rare Disease Research Partners (RDRP). In this role, Lianne organises travel, accommodation and reimbursement of expenses for patients and families attending clinical trials. She also arranges their relocation logistics to enable them to take part in worldwide clinical trials.

Before joining RDRP, Lianne worked in the financial sector organising corporate events. She also has significant customer service experience though her time spent as airline cabin crew.

Lianne enjoys being able to take away some of the strain from the families when planning for a clinical trial study visit and building relationships with those she works with, both clients and colleagues alike.

Jo Slade

Joanna Slade (Jo) is a Clinical Trial Support Team Coordinator at Rare Disease Research Partners (RDRP). In this role, Jo arranges travel and accommodation for patients attending clinical trials and the reimbursement of their travel expenses. Before joining RDRP, Jo spent 16 years working for the NHS, mainly in GP surgeries.

Jo has a BA in Hotel and Catering Management and a Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management. Jo enjoys assisting patients and their families with all aspects of their travel and is keen to do all she can to make planning their time away from home less stressful, so they can concentrate purely on their participation in their clinical trial.