clinical scientist

clinical scientist

A person with a university degree who works for the NHS in the laboratory in basic and applied research, management, and teaching. Clinical scientists may contribute directly to patient management and undertake Quality Assurance (QA) or External Quality Assessment (EQA) work.
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In his 20 years of experience as a retinal surgeon and clinical scientist, Dr.
Early in his career, he was a clinical scientist and manager of market development and product evaluation at Theravance Biopharma, Inc.
He also brings experience as associate director and principal clinical scientist at Johnson & Johnson's biotech Centocor, which he first joined as a clinical scientist in 2004.
A CLINICAL scientist has been selected to help inspire other women in following a similar career path.
The research was carried out by clinical scientist Fenella Halstead, at the QE-based NIHR Surgical Reconstruction and Microbiology Research Centre, and her colleague Dr Jo Thwaite, at the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) at Porton Down, Wiltshire.
Hare was director of operations at PRA International and served as vice president, Clinical Operations Division for Premier Research and as clinical manager/senior clinical scientist for Bristol Myers-Squibb.
He received a Mentored Clinical Scientist Development Award (K08) from the National Institutes of Health for work on immune responses in autoimmune myositis.
Members of the NZIMLS will be aware of the discussions, conference presentations and printed articles relating to the concept of a new employment category--the Clinical Scientist.
Jeremy Farrar, director of medical charity the Wellcome Trust, said: "Joep was a great clinical scientist and will be a great loss.
Kitchen, a clinical scientist in hemophilia and thrombosis in the UK, Olson, and Preston present 23 chapters on quality issues in laboratory hemostasis and thrombosis by hematology, pathology, and other medical specialists from Europe, North America, Australia, and India.
The UK treats at least 1,500 cases of imported malaria every year," said Dr Colin Sutherland, clinical scientist at HTD.

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