Trials4patients Richmond Pharmacology volunteer recruitment

Dr Jörg Täubel

Dr Dr Jörg Täubel is Managing Director of Richmond Pharmacology. To date he has conducted more than 200 Phase I and early Phase IIa studies in patients and healthy volunteers, and been co-investigator for at least 150 more. His experience ranges from simple bioequivalence to complex pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic studies often administering compounds first in man. His particular interest is gastroenterology and bridging studies. Over the last 3 years, a large proportion of his work has been directly or indirectly related to these areas.

Dr Täubel has been a speaker at numerous conferences on various topics with an emphasis on pharmacology, bioequivalence studies and volunteer recruitment in particular and is the author of numerous publications in scientific journals.

Qualifications

1980–1987 Medical School at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt am Main, Germany.
1987 State Examination Medicine (German equivalent to the MB BS in the UK) and full registration as a Medical Practitioner (Approbation) awarded by the Hessisches Landesprüfungsamt für Heilberufe, Germany.
1989 MD (postgraduate), awarded by the University of Frankfurt, Germany. Title of Thesis: “Follow-up on 128 female and male patients one to two years after transluminal coronary angioplasty.”
1999 Member of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Medicine of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom.

Clinical pharmacology experience

From 2002 Managing Director
Richmond Pharmacology Ltd
1995–2001 Medical and Managing Director
Charterhouse Clinical Research Unit Ltd
1992–1995 Medical Director Phase II – IV
Charterhouse Clinical Research Unit Ltd
1990–1992 Research Physician Phase I
AFBPAREXEL, Arzneimittelforschung GmbH, Frankfurt & Berlin
1987–1990 Senior House Officer
positions in various hospitals in the UK and Germany

At the time of his resignation from Charterhouse it had regained a position as one of the leading contract clinical pharmacology units in England and Europe, earning itself a reputation for quality, punctuality and fast and predictable volunteer recruitment when conducting complex pharmacology studies.

Prior to working in Clinical Pharmacology he worked in various clinical positions in different specialities both in hospitals and General Practice.