Ann Hummel

Sub-Head of Study Management, Roche Diagnostics Operations, Inc.

Ann M. Hummel, MT(ASCP)
Sub-Head of Study Management
Roche Diagnostics Operations
9115 Hague Road
Indianapolis, IN 46250-0457

Phone: +1-317-521-2447
Cell : +1-317-445-6863
Fax: +1-317-521-9763

Ann Hummel, Manager of Study Management, Clinical Operations, Roche Diagnostics. Ann received her BS degree in Medical Technology from Indiana University Medical Center in 1982. After graduating, she worked in Clinical Pathology at IU in Endocrinology performing clinical testing for various indication areas such as Fertility, Thyroid, Endocrine Functions and Cancer Screening. During this time, Ann also taught the Basics of Radioimmunoassays and Radiation Safety to Medical Technology students.
In 1986, Ann started her career with Boehringer Mannheim/Roche Diagnostics. Ann initially worked as a Technical Service Representative specifically for the launch of a new immunoassay analyzer. This was followed by multiple positions in Marketing including HIA Product Manager, Sales Development Manager and Marketing Manager for Lab Systems. During this time, Ann was heavily involved with new product development of homogeneous immunoassays and new clinical chemistry analytes. This was her first exposure to the importance of clinical trial validation. In 1995, Ann took a field position as a Market Development Manager for the initial launch of Elecsys Immunoassay Systems.
In 1998, Ann decided to expand her knowledge base from lab diagnostics into diabetes care, and took a position as a Product Manager for glucose testing in the hospital/point of care arena. Although Ann experienced a very fulfilling 3 years in Diabetes Care complete with the launch of two new hospital glucose testing systems, she chose to once again change career paths. This time it was for work-life balance - to minimize her out of town travel and to keep her close to her young family. Over the next 10 years, Ann grew her career at Roche in the arenas of Supply Chain Management and Launch Change Management. It was during her involvement in the launch of several new clinical chemistry and immunoassay systems for the professional diagnostics market that she became reacquainted with and highly interested in the Clinical Trials components of the R&D development process. In 2012, Ann took a position in Clinical Operations as a manager in Study Management. She currently has 5 direct reports, and is dedicated to ensuring that they have sufficient opportunitie


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