• Pam Mundt, CCRP

  • Research Coordinator IV


    • Clinical Research Center
    • 1000 North Oak Avenue GR5 Marshfield, WI 54449

Education


1984 to 1984:
General Coursework, North Central Technical College, Wausau, WI
1981 to 1983:
General Coursework, University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh, Oshkosh, WI
1981 to 1983:
General Coursework, University of Wisconsin, Marathon County, Wausau, WI
1981 to 1983:
General Coursework, University of Wood County, Marshfield, WI

Work Experience


2019 to Present:
Research Coordinator IV - Clinical Research Center, Marshfield Clinic Research Institute, a division of Marshfield Clinic, Inc., Marshfield, WI
2007 to Present:
Clinical Researcher, Marshfield Medical Center, Marshfield, WI
2014 to 2019:
Research Coordinator Associate - Team Lead - Clinical Research Center, Marshfield Clinic Research Institute, a division of Marshfield Clinic, Inc., Marshfield, WI
1989 to 2014:
Clinical Research Coordinator - Clinical Research Center, Marshfield Clinic Research Institute, a division of Marshfield Clinic, Inc., Marshfield, WI
1988 to 1989:
Messenger, MCHS Hospitals, Inc. d/b/a Marshfield Medical Center, Marshfield, WI

Statement


Pam Mundt has been working as Research Coordinator-Team Lead within the Clinical Research Center for 30 years. Research has changed tremendously since the first study that Pam has worked on. Pam has worked extensively on neurology studies related to ADHD, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, and pediatric migraines. She has now transitioned into the multidisciplinary area of research, working on studies in various disease areas. While Pam leads studies, she performs duties associated with coordinating, implementing, and balancing multiple research studies. Pam likes to feel that she makes a difference in the lives of her patients.

Professional Societies


Society of Clinical Research Associates (SOCRA), Member

Select Publications


  • Musser CJ, Ahmann PA, Theye FW, Mundt PS, Broste SK, Mueller-Rizner NJ. (1998 June). Stimulant use and the potential for abuse in Wisconsin as reported by school administrators and longitudinally followed children. J Dev Behav Pediatr. 19(3):187-192.
    PubMed ID: 9648044