We guarantee effective leadership and responsibility.
orphan reach recognizes that a highly competent and effective Project Manager (PM) is essential to guarantee a study is delivered on time and on budget, with exceptional quality. Experience, both therapeutic and operational, is critical with the ability to regularly and clearly communicate with all parties involved.
Our Project Managers have an average of 6 years’ experience in conducting clinical trials.
A Project Manager’s role includes the direct management of the project team and provides senior management with the synthesis and analysis of project information, and reporting of the outcomes of that analysis. The PM serves as a senior operational contact at the project level, working across functions to assure the appropriate resourcing of the sponsor’s project and adjustment of those resources to meet the sponsor’s expectations and contracted milestones.
When appropriate, the project team within orphan reach is structured so that the PM has responsibility for the project and maintains close liaison with the project team. Functional communication between the sponsor team and our team may exist at all levels of the project, but the primary point of contact within orphan reach is the Project Manager. The PM communicates with the sponsor’s primary contact to ensure that our Project Team is always fully apprised of the status of the study and any potential issues.
Our Project Managers direct the preparation of a comprehensive project plan, conduct project training meetings, and routine project team meetings as appropriate. The Project Manager leads the team during teleconferences with the sponsor and ensures that minutes from these meetings are provided to the sponsor in addition to monthly administrative and status reports.