David Horsburgh is currently the Project Lead for Quintiles’ Academic Research Group in Asia. In his role David works closely with researchers across the region to understand existing challenges in investigator-initiated studies and develop low-cost solutions suitable for academic studies.
Prior to helping develop the Academic Research Group within Quintiles, David held roles within Regional Feasibility and Site Identification and the Asia Medical Sciences Team. During which he led a number of innovations such as the CRSTIL site and investigator identification tool and also authored publications on risk in site selection – winning best poster presentation at the 2014 DIA Conference in San Diego, California.
David’s experience working closely with clinical trial sites and in developing innovative solutions is a key driver in the Academic Research team as Quintiles aims to bring our quality and expertise to support our investigator’s own research projects.