Christine Moore, PhD
Vice President, Neuroscience, Scientific Solutions
Christine K. Moore, PhD, Vice President, Neuroscience, Scientific Solutions provides strategic scientific guidance across multiple programs, driving neuroscience clinical research of the highest quality for the company. With over 25 years of drug development and commercialization experience, Dr. Moore’s experience extends from scientific to operational expertise across neuroscience indications, with specialization in analgesia and addiction. As one of the original team members at Worldwide Clinical Trials, she has held diverse roles within CROs as well as with large and small pharma. Her unique and broad industry experience allows for planning clinical trials that are both methodologically rigorous and feasible, and that will ultimately enable commercial product adoption by payers and health care providers after approval
ABOUT CHRISTINE MOORE, PHD
Christine is a subject matter expert and a thought leader regarding pain concepts and issues related to the CRO industry and, specifically, the pain therapeutic area. She also serves as a resource for the neuroscience therapeutic area and the disease state of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Christine has extensive experience in study initiation, clinical trial execution, and the provision of scientific and process expertise relating to the management of a compound. Christine managed scientific affairs and medical writing, contributing medical and scientific input into the design of clinical protocols and study documents.
Additionally, Christine taught courses, including adult development and aging, child development, experimental design, and statistics, as an assistant professor of psychology at Kennesaw State University. Christine is also credited with an abundance of published manuscripts, presentations, and abstracts as she has contributed to various therapeutic spaces.
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