Joseph S. Gimbel, M.D.
Medical Director, Principal Investigator
Dr. Gimbel attended Duke University and the University of Maryland, receiving his M.D. Degree from the University of Maryland Medical Center. During his residency at the University of Illinois and Presbyterian St. Luke’s Hospital in Chicago, Illinois, Joseph S. Gimbel, M.D. specialized in orthopaedic surgery. He continued his extensive training with an international externship at the Rheumatism Foundation Hospital in Finland: one of the world’s largest hospitals that focuses almost exclusively on the treatment of patients with rheumatoid arthritis. His comprehensive experience and expertise supports a special focus on the treatment of industrial and sports injuries - with a background in the care of back pain and the management of degenerative osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and osteoporosis.
As the Medical Director of the Arizona Research Center, Dr. Gimbel, M.D. is involved with every aspect of study implementation Dr. Gimbel has served as the Principal Investigator on a large number of studies. To date AZRC has conducted over 450 trials , and has authored over 50 industry articles and posters.
Dr. Joe, as he is known by his staff, encourages an enjoyable and stimulating work environment. He expects every employee to maximize their efforts to achieve the goal of collecting excellent data while maintaining the highest level of patient care.
Louise A. Taber, M.D.
Dr. Louise Taber is Board Certified in Internal Medicine. She matriculated from the University of Arizona College of Medicine. Her internship was at Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital in Greensboro, North Carolina and her residency at Maricopa Medical Center in Phoenix, Arizona. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Nutrition (Highest Distinction) and a Master’s degree in Human Development, both from the University of Maine, Orono, ME. She is a Certified Physician Investigator and a Fellow of the American College of Physicians. She maintains her certification as a Registered Dietitian. She joined Pivotal Research Centers (subsequently known as Premier Research Group) as a Principal Investigator in September, 2007 and was Medical Director from January 1, 2008 to May 15, 2011. She has interest in obesity, metabolism, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and women’s health. She speaks French and Spanish. She joined Arizona Research Center as Medical Director on May 16, 2011.
Arizona Research Center’s regulatory specialists process the start-up paperwork in under a week and work diligently to maintain all regulatory documents throughout the study.
Principal Investigators and Study Coordinators are aided in study enrollment and recruitment through the work of the business development staff. These employees work diligently to pursue all avenues of patient recruitment and help the Research Center to frequently exceed enrollment standards set by study sponsors.
Clinical Research Coordinators
Arizona Research Center CRC’s work under the direction the PI in the overall, day-to-day management of clinical trials. Team leaders with extensive research experience oversee each coordinator, who can efficiently manage multiple trials. All CRC’s are certified and CCRC certified.
Phoenix, Arizona, center point of the Valley of the Sun, has a population of 1.567million people. A diverse patient population exists, ranging from the multitude of college students to individuals living in the numerous retirement communities in the area. People from all over the country are making the decision to move to the Valley of the Sun to enjoy the beautiful weather and amazing scenery. Arizona Research Center conducts studies with individuals from all backgrounds and walks of life.
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