Trials4patients Richmond Pharmacology volunteer recruitment

Dr Ulrike Lorch

Dr Ulrike Lorch is the Medical Director of Richmond Pharmacology. In this role she takes responsibility for the management of the clinic, planning and conduct of studies.

Dr Lorch is a Fellow of the Royal College of Anaesthetists and has worked clinically in Anaesthesia, Critical Care and Pain Management.

Qualifications

1993 State Examination Medicine (German equivalent to MB BS in the UK).
1994 MD
2000 Diploma in Pharmaceutical Medicine.
2001 Member of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Medicine of the Royal College of Physicians of the United Kingdom.
2001 Fellow of the Royal College of Anaesthetists (UK)

Clinical pharmacology experience

From 2001 Medical Director
Richmond Pharmacology Ltd.
1995–1998 Physician
Charterhouse Clinical Research Unit.

Clinical experience

2000–2001 Specialist Registrar
South Thames West Anaesthetic Training Scheme at St. George's School of Anaesthesia.
1998–2001 Training in Anaesthesia/Critical Care and Pain Management.
1993–1995 House Officer
positions in West London.

Dr Lorch has more than 6 years experience in conducting Clinical Pharmacology studies. She has been Principle/Chief Investigator in more than 60 studies at Richmond Pharmacology. Her experience ranges from bioequivalence studies to complex pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic studies including first into human studies. Special interests include pain, QTc, gastrointestinal and bridging studies as well as studies in elderly volunteers.

In the conduct of specialist studies she frequently collaborates with experts in their respective fields. She is supported by Richmond Pharmacology's Scientific Advisory Board.