• Rebecca Pilsner

  • Regulatory Affairs Specialist I

    • MCRI - MCRI-Cancer Care and Research
    • 1000 North Oak Ave. LK1 Marshfield, WI 54449


2016 to 2021:
Bachelors, Bachelors of Applied Arts and Science, UW-Platteville, Platteville, WI
2013 to 2015:
Associate, Clinical Research Coordinator, Mid-State Technical College, Marshfield, WI
2006 to 2009:
Medical Assistant, Moraine Park Technical College, Beaver Dam, WI
Medical Billing Specialist, Moraine Park Technical College, Beaver Dam, WI

Work Experience

2022 to Present:
Regulatory Affairs Specialist I, Marshfield Clinic Research Institute, Division of Marshfield Clinic Inc., Marshfield, WI
2012 to 2022:
CRC, Marshfield Clinic, CCEPH, Marshfield, WI
2010 to 2012:
CMA, Marshfield Clinic, Neurology, Marshfield, WI
2009 to 2010:
CMA, Watertown Memorial Hospital Internal Medicine, Watertown, WI
2006 to 2009:
CNA, Hillside Manor, Beaver Dam, WI
2001 to 2006:
CNA, Bethel Living Center, Arpin, WI


Rebecca Pilsner is a Regulatory Affairs Specialist with the Cancer Care and Research Center located within the Marshfield Clinic Research Institute. Her responsibilities as a member of the research staff includes actively opening and closing studies, making updates to open studies based on the sponsor amendments and updates, and obtaining sponsor signatures. She also maintains keeping credentialing for the radiology scanners up to date based on sponsor requirement.

Rebecca came to CCRC with Bachelors of Applied arts and Science out of UW Platteville, and SoCRA accredited since 2015. Prior to CCRC, Rebecca has work experience in research with being a Research Coordinator in Center of Epidemiology and Population Health for 10 years. She has worked on many CDC sponsor studies with patient recruitment and data collection. In addition, to CCEPH work, she branched out to help the Center of Precision Medicine and National Farm Medicine in active recruitment studies over the years.

In Rebecca’s spare time, she raises three children with her fiancé who are actively engaged in activities throughout the community. She is family orientated and strives to teach her children to try and do their best for their future.