Biopharmaceutical Research Firm, WCCT Global, Acquires New Talent to Support Expansion and Launches Pain Model
COSTA MESA, Calif., December 21, 2012/PRWeb/–WCCT Global, LLC, contract research organization (CRO) supporting Phase I – IV Biopharmaceutical Research and medical device development, today announced its appointment of Ms. Linda Gozar, MPH, CCRC as Director of Outpatient Research to expand WCCT’s early stage drug evaluation capabilities and its late phase dose response offerings.
WCCT Global specializes in complex Phase I-IIa special population studies (a pivotal part of Biopharmaceutical Research), which assess a drug’s activity and safety within a particular subset of a larger population. The company has extensive expertise in protocol design, volunteer enrollment, and management of ethno-bridging, thorough QTc (important cardiac safety parameter), respiratory, infectious disease (Vaccine & HCV), pediatric, post-menopausal and renal trials. WCCT Global –Late Phase CRO specializes in Phase II to IV full service single/multiple center trials.
Ms. Linda Gozar, MPH, CCRC
Ms. Gozar is a dynamic clinical operations expert with a proven track record guiding projects from concept development through execution. With over 12 years of late phase clinical trial experience, she has screened and enrolled 1000+ subjects for late stage clinical trials. Prior to joining WCCT Global, she held a similar leadership position. Her areas of therapeutic expertise include vaccines, podiatry pain models, women’s health, respiratory, and gastrointestinal diseases.
Chief Operating Officer Jon Rojas said, “We are thrilled to have Linda join our management team and heading our Biopharmaceutical Research and late phase expansion initiative. Her extensive experience project managing late phase trials, particularly vaccine and analgesia trials, will allow us to take our late phase operation to the next step.”
About the Bunionectomy Pain Model
Bunionectomy surgery has been used as a model of postoperative pain to support analgesic drug development decisions for several years. The pain consistency and intensity following this ambulatory surgical procedure has been proven adequate to predict analgesic activity (onset and duration) in a relatively small number of subjects. This model has also been able to detect analgesic activity of compounds with diverse pharmacokinetic profiles and mechanisms of action. WCCT Global is proud to announce that it can now provide this additional service to its Pharma development partners.