Compass Research, now a part of the Bioclinica Research Network, is a clinical research company dedicated to testing investigational medications that cover a broad range of diseases and disorders. We conduct both inpatient and outpatient research studies in all phases of research (Phases 1-4) and are one of the leading research centers for Alzheimer's Disease research in the United States.
- Provide investigator qualifications and agreements as required for study participation
- Maintain current, up-to-date curriculum vitae
- Maintain current licensure and continuing education
- Assume responsibility for the conduct of the clinical investigation
- Maintain documentation of all aspects of the clinical investigation
- Ensure protocol compliance
- Ensure initial and ongoing review and oversight by a duly constituted IRB
- Provide adequate and properly trained designees to conduct the clinical trial
- Provide adequate facilities to conduct the clinical trial
- Manage the medical care of study participants (subjects)
- Protect the rights and welfare of subjects
- Ensure validity of data reported to sponsor
- Ensure documentation of study-related procedures, processes, and events
- Ensure proper use, storage, and return or disposal of all investigational agents
- Directly oversee all clinic site operations
- Maintain professional and technical knowledge
- Possess high ethical standards and personal integrity
- Ability to think critically
- Strong organizational, interpersonal, and leadership skills, self-motivation, and high personal integrity and ethics
- Ability to determine and prioritize workload
- Ability to communicate professionally and courteously, including facilitation, negotiation, and collaboration
- Family Medicine, Internal Medicine physician who is U.S. Board Certified with a DEA license and an active medical license to practice medicine in the state of Florida, or an active license that is transferable to Florida within 3 months.
- Experience in Neurology, Gerontology and working with Alzheimer's disease/dementia strongly preferred.