Wike Nur Veranike

Clinical Trial Coordinator


  • Public Health (2010) – University of Indonesia

Vera is an experienced Study Coordinator, Clinical Research Associate (CRA) and Regulatory Start-Up (RSU) Specialist in clinical research for more than 10 years. Currently working for Eijkman-Oxford Clinical Research Unit (EOCRU) as Clinical Trial Coordinator responsible for ensuring the successful implementation of each study/trial, clinical study/trial complies with the protocol and applicable regulatory including Good Clinical Practice (ICH-GCP) as well as ensuring milestones and project work are met within agreed times and budgetary framework. Vera previously worked at RSUPN Dr. Cipto Mangunkusumo (Hematology–Medical Oncology Division and Hepatology Division) as Study Coordinator and Research Assistant, PT Novartis Indonesia as CRA, and IQVIA RDS Indonesia (formerly known as Quintiles) as CRA 2 and RSU Specialist with experience in Phase 3 and Phase 4, multicenter, randomized, clinical trials, with the therapeutic area is Hematology-Oncology (Chronic Myeolid Leukemia, Thalassemia and Breast Cancer), Hepatology, Endocrinology (Diabetes Mellitus Type 2), Dermatology (Chronic Urticaria), Dengue, Malaria, ACS, SLE and COVID-19.

 Relevant Trainings:

  • More than 200 online trainings about SOPs related to Clinical Trial, Therapeutic Area, and Computer system – IQVIA RDS Indonesia (formerly known as Quintiles) and PT Novartis Indonesia (2013 – 2021)
  • Fundamental GCP Accreditation Exam (English) 4.0 – IQVIA RDS Indonesia (2020)
  • Expert GCP Accreditation Exam (English) 3.0 – IQVIA RDS Indonesia (2018)
  • Certificate of Completion the Accreditation Exam of GCP for Clinical Trials: Expert – Barnett International (2016)
  • Certificate of Competence of Clinical Trial Methodology – Clinical Study Unit, Faculty of Medicine, University of Indonesia (2014)
  • Certificate of Competence of Good Clinical Practice (GCP) – Clinical Study Unit, Faculty of Medicine, University of Indonesia (2013)


  • Clinical Research
  • Monitoring activities
  • Public Health
  • Project Management