IMA Clinical Research is looking for a Psychiatry/Neurology (MD or DO) with clinical research experience in Alzheimer's Disease prevention and/or treatment to serve as Principal Investigator for pharmaceutical clinical research studies in our Philadelphia research clinic. IMA Clinical Research conducts outpatient research studies in all phases of drug clinical development (Phases 1b-4).
This is an exciting opportunity to work at the cutting edge of clinical drug development. Position may be a good fit for a Psychiatry/Neurology physician who is Board Certified and has an interest in Clinical Trials.
Duties and Job Functions include but not limited to:
- Provide oversight and ensure proper delegation of duties to appropriate qualified staff.
- Provide Sponsor and IRB with documentation of credentials as required.
- Maintain all required licenses to practice and trainings required to execute the job as PI or Sub-I.
- Assume responsibility as the Principal or Sub-Investigator for the duration of clinical trials.
- Demonstrate the proper education, training and experience to conduct the clinical investigation.
- Disclose conflicts of interest as described in the regulations.
- Evaluate and screen potential subjects based on study eligibility criteria.
- Perform and review assessments performed by raters in accordance with the clinical study protocol.
- Complete all documentation, paper and electronic, as required per protocol.
- Provide and maintain updated study related documentation as required by the clinical research trial to ensure data integrity.
- Evaluate and report safety reports, protocol noncompliance and any other protocol specific reports.
- Follow requirements for FDA form 1572.
- Collaborate with operational and management team to ensure site goals are met.
- Attend Investigator Meetings and educational seminars.
- Travel to Investigator meetings as needed.
- Diversity and bi-lingual capabilities are desirable
- MD or DO
- Active Medical License
- Previous Experience as a Principle Investigator or sub-investigator is desirable but not required.