Key Responsibilities :
• Manage the overall operation of organisation
• Serve as consultant to both government and private organisation on drug development, planning for clinical research to product registration
• Provide guidance to Thai researcher for product development, life cycle management, product registration
• Be part of the organisation to support the national research strategy
• Train both government and private organisation in drug development, clinical research, project management
Key Achievement :
• Involve in setting up the national clinical centre network
• Involve in drafting the curriculum for clinical research centre
• Involve in national project that lead to improvement of health policy, treatment and evaluation trend of disease condition in Thailand
• Establish the collaboration with international organisation for research and drug development e.g. Japanese, Chinese and Korean both government and private sectors
Nitaya Jeanpan received a bachelor’s in nursing since year 1998. She has been working in clinical trial field since 2003. She has worked extensively with global and local CROs as a study Coordinator, study nurse, CRA, Project Lead, Site Strategic relationship Manager, and Clinical Operation and Training Manger over the past 18 years.
Nitaya is an experienced trainer and has presented and conducted workshop of GCP, training for study nurse and study coordinator and research over 10 years.
Recently, she has been the Barnett Certified Clinical Research Auditing status since Jan of 2021.
Clinical Project Manager
Clinical Project Manager received a bachelor’s in pharmacy in 1995. After graduation, she worked in quality control and quality assurance in pharmaceutical products for almost eleven years at Bureau of Drug and Narcotic, Department of Medical Sciences, Ministry of Public Health. Then she jumped into the clinical trial industry and worked in a wide range of roles whether it be clinical research associate, clinical line manager, site strategic relationship manager, and regulatory and site start up specialist at Quintiles (Thailand) Co., Ltd. She had monitoring experience in studies of HIV, breast cancer, colorectal cancer, DM, COPD, and dengue vaccine; furthermore, she had great opportunities involving in Thai FDA and USFDA inspection. After eight years of service, she decided to leave the company and pursue her second master’s degree. The master’s degree of art in English for professional development has guided her to work in translation industry.
To conclude, she has lots of experience in quality control and quality assurance in pharmaceutical products and clinical research studies. She is also a self-contributor, a quick learner, a disciplined and open-minded person.
Nudda brings her 14 years of clinical research experience. She started her career as an Occupational Therapist before she moved into clinical research in January 2003, where she was a Community Research Officer, involved in a phase III HIV vaccine study with the Department of Disease Control, Ministry of Public Health in Thailand.
Nudda joined Quintiles in August 2005 as a Clinical Research Associate (CRA) where she responsibilities ranged from study start-up, initiation to full site monitoring, monitoring of new/inexperience CRAs., and close-out. Since 2008 Nudda had taken on the role as a Clinical Team Lead, managing studies with >1,000 subjects from start-up to close-out. Her therapeutic experience includes HIV vaccine studies, malaria, infectious disease, psychiatry, and oncology. Subsequently, Nudda assumed the role of Clinical Team Lead in November 2008 and she had been functioning in this role since, for a number of studies within the Japanese Encephalitis program. After that she had been promoted to be a Clinical Project Manager (CPM) in November 2011.
In May 2012, Nudda had changed her role to Manage Clinical Operation Team in Thailand as Clinical Research Manager. Her main responsibility was to manage the CRA, Clinical Research Assistant (CTA), and Clinical Research Associate Trainee (CRAT).
In June 2018, Nudda’s joined MedResNet as Clinical Project Manager (CPM). Her main responsibility is to manage both country and global projects (orthopedic, medical device, HIV vaccine, and oncology) as well as provide training to CRA and other institutes as per request.