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Dr. George Georgiou

Senior Quality and Training Manager, Lancashire Clinical Trials Unit

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George’s role involves confirming that clinical trial activities conducted by the Lancashire Clinical Trials unit adhere to relevant procedures, guidelines and regulations.  These quality assurance processes ensure that the services provided are of the highest standard.  George is also responsible for providing training to Lancashire CTU staff and researchers. 

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George originally trained as a scientist and competed his PhD at UCLan.  He has returned to UCLan after having worked in the NHS for many years as a Research and Development manager.  These roles involved research and quality management, and research training of clinical and non-clinical staff.  He is also an accredited NIHR GCP facilitator.  His role within the Lancashire CTU is to manage the Quality Assurance processes and training activities for CTU staff and researchers.  

Qualifications

BSc (Hons). Applied Biology, Nottingham Polytechnic, 1990.

PhD. Neuroscience, University of Central Lancashire, 1997.

PGCE. Secondary Education (Science), University of Manchester, 2007.

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George’s role involves confirming that clinical trial activities conducted by the Lancashire Clinical Trials unit adhere to relevant procedures, guidelines and regulations.  These quality assurance processes ensure that the services provided are of the highest standard.  George is also responsible for providing training to Lancashire CTU staff and researchers. 

  1. Anthony Jones and George Georgiou, (November 2006). Probing Pain.  Biological Sciences Review, 19(2): 7-10.

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