Dr Justine Reise is the Head of Operations for the UKCRC registered Imperial Clinical Trials Unit (ICTU) in the School of Public Health within the Faculty of Medicine at Imperial College.
A graduate in Biochemistry from University College London, with a PhD in Pharmacology / Analytical Chemistry from Imperial College London, Justine has over 20 years experience of conducting clinical research within academia and aligned with the National Health Service, across multiple areas of interest including vascular surgery, oncology and patient preference / involvement.
At ICTU, she leads a multi-disciplinary team of clinical research staff responsible for the day to day conduct of the clinical trials and studies on the unit portfolio, ensuring activities are undertaken to the highest scientific and regulatory standards.
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