Anita Cizek Moore will address JCC graduates twice

JAMESTOWN – Anita Cizek Moore, M.S., R.N., CCRP, will deliver the 2013 commencement address at Jamestown Community Col-lege’s Cattaraugus County Campus on May 17 and at the Jamestown Campus on May 18.

The May 17 ceremony begins at 7 p.m. in the Olean YMCA/JCC Physical Edu-cation Center on Wayne St. in Olean. The commencement program in Jamestown begins at 10 a.m. in the Phys-ical Education Complex.

Moore is program director of research quality improvement at the University of Maryland’s Greenebaum Cancer Center. She audits clinical research conduct at the University of Maryland, manages the data safety monitoring quality assurance committee at the Greenebaum Cancer Center, and is a frequent presenter on clinical research management issues.

A member of the Uni-versity of Maryland Medical Center Nurse Research Council and the Greene-baum Cancer Center professional development committee, Moore has authored or co-authored several research papers on clinical trials including a chapter, “Good Clinical Practice: Clinical Research Best Practices” for the Oncology Nursing Society Manual for Clinical Trials Nursing.

Moore is a native of Coudersport, Pa., and graduated from the nursing program at JCC’s Cattaraugus County Campus in 1997. While at JCC, she was a member of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, serving as president from 1996 to 1997, and represented JCC as a Phi Theta Kappa international delegate in1996.

While a student at JCC, she received the Carnahan-Jackson Scholarship, Seager Presidential Scholarship, and JCC Trustee Award. She was also named a JCC Alumni Nurse of Distinction Award in 2012.

Moore earned a bachelor’s degree in nursing at The Johns Hopkins University in 2001 and a master’s degree in clinical research management at the University of Maryland in 2010. Upon passing the Society of Clinical Research Associates examination in 2012 Moore earned national recognition as a designated certified clinical research professional.

Moore enjoys acting and can be seen in “House of Cards,” “VEEP,” and “Game Change,” a Department of Homeland Security public service announcement, and in the movie “Better Living Through Chemistry,” which is slated to come out this year.