Queen Square Clinical Trial Centre launched
9 February 2012
The UCL Institute of Neurology has now opened the Queen Square Clinical Trial Centre (QSCTC).
The aim of the centre is to increase clinical trial activity in neuroscience by supporting and facilitating research and by linking with the newly established UCL Clinical Trials Unit (CTU), led by Dr Ann-Marie Swart and working closely with the Central East London (CEL) Comprehensive Local Research Network (CLRN), current neurological disorders lead, Professor Alan Thompson.
The QSCTC consists of a clinical lead (Prof Mary Reilly), senior trial co-ordinator (Dr Tahera Hussain), nervous systems disorders CEL CLRN co-ordinator (Punam Dahya) and statistician (Dr Zoe Fox). This core team is helped by a group of QS CTC Principal Investigator (PI) subject leads, R&D and Pharmacy representatives.
The QSCTC web site is now up and running and further information about the work of the Centre is available here (http://www.ucl.ac.uk/ion/services/qsclinicaltrialscentre).
Dr Ann-Marie Swart's webpage
Queen Square Clinical Trial Centre (QSCTC)