30 Jul Cliniceval Solutions, LLC announces addition of William Irish, PhD, MSc as Chief Scientific Advisor
(Cincinnati, OH, USA – July 30, 2018) – Cliniceval Solutions, LLC is pleased to announce the addition of William Irish, PhD, MSc as Chief Scientific Advisor.
Dr. Irish, Research Professor and Vice Chair for Research in the Department of Surgery at East Carolina University, Greenville, NC, is an internationally recognized expert in the areas of study design and analysis. He has collaborated with sponsors and clinical investigators internationally and has been an integral contributor to the regulatory approvals of numerous therapies. Dr. Irish is currently Statistical Editor for the American Journal of Transplantation and Associate Editor for Clinical Transplantation.
“We are thrilled to have Dr. Irish join our rapidly expanding team in an advisory capacity,” said Jim Westerkamp, President. “Bill will provide invaluable support to our clients who are in various stages of the clinical development process. His established global relationships, expertise in clinical study design and insight into clinical trial feasibility assessment development will ensure that we continue to provide the comprehensive and reliable results our clients have come to expect. Bill is a significant addition to our organization and we look forward to his contributions to our client base.”
Dr. Irish joins a highly experienced leadership team which currently consists of Jim Westerkamp, Peter Mallow, PhD (Health Economics Advisor), and Kenneth Canter (Clinical Development Advisor).
“There is a critical need in the clinical trial community for a service provider capable of properly designing and executing site feasibility analyses. The Cliniceval Solutions team has developed a proven, methodical approach to the conduct of site feasibility which will address this gap and provide significant value to all clinical trial research stakeholders. The introduction of ClinicEval Connect, which provides a global index of thousands of potential clinical investigators and research sites, will help streamline the overall clinical development process.” said Dr. Irish. “I am excited to have the opportunity to collaborate closely with the Cliniceval Solutions team and look forward to providing my support.”