Alicia Lidtke is a Clinical Research Coordinator at the Helen G. Nassif Community Cancer Center.
Alicia chose to become a Clinical Research Coordinator because she wanted to help people. “I receive much satisfaction from helping someone on what may be one of their worst days,” she said.
When asked what motivates her each day, Alicia said, “Learning new things everyday, and having the opportunity to do research to find better and less painful ways of treating cancer.”
Alicia’s message to patients is, “Patients are our focus at the Nassif Community Cancer Center. I want patients to know I’m on their side and will always have their back.”
When asked to describe the care she provides patients, Alicia said, “Listening, empathy, a little bit of humor and a whole lot of caring.”
Some of Alicia’s clinical interests include breast cancer, emergency medicine and cardiology.
In her free time Alicia enjoys spending time with her family, playing piano, needlework, DIY work, farming and reading.
- BS in Chemistry
- Paramedic Certificate