Execute and oversee all aspects of cognitive brain health related medical strategies and partnerships, including participating in external advisory boards for The BrainHealth® Project; support for investigator-sponsored studies; lead the charge to insure Institutional Review Board policies are adhered to, interaction with external government agencies, advisory and guidance committees, and external experts on issues related to the Center for BrainHealth, its Brain Performance Institute, its Imaging Center and The BrainHealth® Project; and providing medical leadership to guide internal and external decision-making. To represent the Center for BrainHealth and its Brain Performance Institute to the external professional community and to provide medical science expertise/leadership and support to internal stakeholders, including Professors, Researchers, Clinicians, Staff, and many others. Convey scientific and medical information to health care professionals to educate them on current topics related to cognitive brain health. Deliver evidence-based scientific presentations to small and large audiences. Maintain clinical, scientific and technical expertise via attendance as directed at conferences, technical meetings and symposia, review of scientific journals and partnerships. Maintain appropriate regulatory compliance at all times. Perform other responsibilities as necessary in support of overall needs to drive BrainHealth's success.
M.D. with 15 + years of practicing internal, family or emergency medicine; Masters in Clinical Science; Board Certification in Emergency Medicine; Current Texas Medical License
Preferred Education and Experience:
Skills and Experience: M.D. with 15+ years practicing internal, family, or emergency medicine; Masters in Clinical Science; Board Certification in Emergency Medicine; Current Texas Medical License; Experience in training and certification in clinical trials; Experience as Principal Investigator on a Nation Institute of Health grant; Committee member for a national organization in the health sphere; Membership on a national steering committee; Experience teaching clinical trial practices; Service on an Institutional Review Board; Service on Human Research Protections Committee; Service and Adverse Event Committee member.
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