Seeking a research pharmacist for on-site IP preparation for clinical trials for IV infusion. 6-7 infusions weekly, this can be done part-time and would allow someone with a full time position to perform contract work with flexible scheduling.
Texas Compounding certification
Experience with IP preparation, drug accountability, temperature logs
Additional Salary Information: Payment by activity, flexible to allow qualified candidate to perform in addition to their full time employment.
Internal Number: PH 001
About Kerwin Research Center
Dr. Kerwin is the President of Kerwin Research Center, LLC. The Center specializes in clinical trials for therapeutic developments in neurodegenerative disorders. Her area of expertise is more than 15 years experience in clinical trials related to Alzheimer's disease, Progressive Supranuclear Palsy, frontotemporal dementias, Lewy Body Disease, Parkinson's Disease and related cognitive disorders and dementia behaviors. Dr. Diana Kerwin is board-certified in Internal Medicine and Geriatrics. She earned her medical degree from the Medical College of Wisconsin and completed residency and Geriatric Medicine fellowship training at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago, Ill.
Prior to founding Kerwin Research Center, LLC, Dr. Kerwin was assistant professor in the Department of Medicine and Geriatrics at Northwestern. She was part of the Northwestern University, National Institute on Aging funded, Cognitive Neurology and Alzheimer’s Disease Center, where she had oversight of clinical trials and clinical research for the development of treatments for Alzheimer’s and other dementias. She also served on the national Alzheimer’s Disease Cooperative Studies Steering ...Committee, as chair of the Medical Safety committee for the LIFE (Lifestyle Interventions and Independence for Elders) study and as the academic partner on several community initiatives to improve the care of senior adults with dementia in underserved areas.
Dr. Kerwin’s areas of research and clinical interests include the identification of risk markers and prevention of cognitive decline and dementia. She has lectured extensively on cognitive aging and Alzheimer’s disease. She is a member of the National Board of the Alzheimer’s Association and is the Chairman of the Alzheimer’s Association-Dallas Chapter. Her award-winning research on the relationship between obesity and memory function in women has been featured in TIME Magazine and The Boston Globe, and on local and national news programs including the BBC. Her research has also garnered her recognition from the Alzheimer’s Association (Young Investigator Award) and the Wisconsin Women’s Health Foundation (Dr. Judith Stitt Faculty Scholar Award). In 2006 she received the T. Franklin Williams Research Scholar award, a competitive national award for her research investigating the effects of body weight and vascular risk factors on the development of cognitive decline and dementia.