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Daniel Tindanbil has 12 years in the Clinical Research/trials industry; five years spent as a Study Site Coordinator (SSC) mainly on malaria studies at the Navrongo Health Research Centre in Northern Ghana from 2003 to 2005 and 7 years monitoring for Quintiles from 2009 to Nov 2013 and now a freelance. At the Malaria research unit of the NHRC, Daniel was responsible for submissions to the Institutional Review Board of the NHRC and the Ghana Health Service Ethics Review Committee. He was also responsible for writing standard Operating Procedures and study specific Procedures for malaria studies. He coordinated the field and office activities of the malaria unit of NHRC. He participated in malaria case-control and cohort studies. He also worked on antimalaria drugs trials. He also worked on a meningitis vaccine trial in 2005 at the NHRC. He was the vaccine coordinator/unblinded research assistant of that trial in charge of the cold chain in the laboratory, dosing procedures in the dispensing room and accountability of the vaccine at the investigator’s site. Daniel monitored for Quintiles for four and half years on various malaria studies in Gabon, Tanzania and Burkina Faso and a hepatitis B study in Ghana and Burkina Faso. Daniel is currently a consultant monitor on an IPV trial at the medical Research Council, Gambia. Considering the vast field experience on clinical research in Africa, both at the investigator site and from monitoring perspective, Daniel considers himself very ideal for any challenge in the clinical trials field


Current Experience

  • Research fellow
    Since September 2015
    Trials Coordinator and Compliance advisor of EBOVAC-Salone Trial in the Kambia district of Sierra Leone. My responsibilities include: Day to day Coordination and management of the trial in the Kambia district of Northern Sierra Leone Communication between LSHTM and local team, COMAHS and other partners involved in the trial Assisting the site in SOPs/MOP and source data templates development and implementation and ensuring Compliance and quality assurance in the trial workflow. Assisting to ensure relevant Ethics Committees and pharmacy Board of Sierra leone (RA) approvals are obtained for the EBOVAC trial and that quarterly and other relevant reports are prepared and timely submitted to same Assisting in recruitment and training of field staff Contracted for the trial Contributing to report writing and publications of the EBOVAC Salone trial and assisting in teaching in the department of infections and tropical disease of LSHTM

Past Experience

  • Consultant Monitor
    September 2013 --- August 2014
    Site monitoring

  • Clinical Research Associate (CRA)
    June 2009 --- November 2013
    Performed SMVs in several Africa countries on malaria and hepatitis B studies

  • CRC
    January 2003 --- January 2009
    I was responsible for coordinating field and office activities of malaria research projects. Submitting protocols to the ECs/RA and writing of SSP/SOPs for the malaria studies.


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ICH-GCPClinical trialsClinical monitoringCTMSGCPCROClinical operationsoncologyTherapeutic AreasClinical researchBiostatisticsOracle ClinicalSOPClinical DevelopmentPatient recruitmentVaccinesClinical Data ManagementPharmacovigilanceRegulatory submissionsData ManagementCRF designEDCProtocolEpidemiologyInfectious diseasesDrug DevelopmentRegulatory affairsPharmaceutical IndustryLife SciencesBiotechnologyPharmaceuticsHealthcarePublic HealthSOPTrial Management


  • Master of Science (MSc) in Medicine in Population based Field Epidemiology from University of Wits in 2007
  • BSc in Botany from University Of Ghana in 1999

Area / Region

Freetown, Western Area, Sierra Leone


Driving License
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