Physician - Clinical Research

Wake Research Chattanooga , TN 37401

Posted 4 months ago

About the Company:

M3 Wake Research providing research services since 1984. Our organization has expanded to include 12 research Sites in 7 states conducting Phase I IV research studies in many therapeutic areas. We are known as a center of excellence throughout the research industry and with this solid foundation we continue to expand in both size and capabilities.

Large US based Clinical Trials Management Organization is expanding and seeking qualified Physicians. Positions Board certification and Licensed physicians is required and clinical research experience is a plus. Candidate must have current medical license and no history of license suspension or debarment.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Perform medical procedures as required per research protocols.
  • Complete all Sponsor required training
  • Assess study patient health through interviews and physical examinations
  • Communicate information to patients regarding diagnosis and treatment goals
  • Review all diagnostic reports and provide clinical direction to the study team
  • Facilitate referrals to other healthcare professionals and medical facilities as necessary


Chosen Applicant must meet the following requirements:

  • 10 years' post training experience as a physician
  • Currently licensed to practice medicine in the state of hire with no history of license suspension or debarment.
  • Advanced knowledge of treatment and drug interactions
  • Ability to build rapport with patients and biopharmaceutical sponsors
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Strong leadership qualities
  • Provide clinical oversite to study team


Wake offers a comprehensive package of benefits including Health Care, 401k, and Paid Time Off.

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