Allison P. Moriarty, MPH, who most recently served as director of BWH Research Compliance, has been appointed vice president of Research Administration and Compliance for Brigham and Women’s Health Care, effective immediately.
As vice president, Moriarty will continue to oversee compliance and ensure that all endeavors meet or exceed federal, state and local regulations and other policy requirements. She is also responsible for oversight of research operations at BWH and BWFH, including building and maintaining the necessary infrastructure and resources to support the institutions’ research goals. She will work closely with leadership at BWHC, Partners, Harvard Medical School and other institutions and sponsors to ensure that BWHC research continues to thrive.
In her previous role as director, Moriarty worked to create and implement a comprehensive research compliance program that includes oversight of animal and human subject welfare, safety, research misconduct, grants management, human resources and more. Moriarty has led institution-wide efforts to prevent, detect and correct compliance risks and provide regulatory training and guidance.
Before joining BWH in 2007, Moriarty worked at Partners Community Healthcare, Inc. (PCHI) and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
She earned her master’s degree in Health Policy and Management from Harvard School of Public Health and her bachelor’s degree from Williams College.
The Brigham also announced that Angela M. Vail, administrative director of Research Administration for BWH, has been appointed executive director of Academic Finance at BWHC.
In this role, Vail will continue to oversee the BWHC research operating budget. She will also oversee the expanded academic portfolio governed by Paul Anderson, MD, PhD, BWHC’s chief academic officer and senior vice president of Research, to help develop the necessary operational infrastructure and resources for future research and academic projects, including the Brigham Education Institute and the Translational Accelerator.
Vail joined BWH’s Hematology Division in 1992, and since then, has held positions in the Experimental Medicine Division and BWH Research Administration. She received her bachelor’s degree in business administration from Boston University.