Hawaii Pacific Neuroscience Clinical Research Center (CRC) proven model, and combined years of experience affords us the ability to provide Hawaii patients with groundbreaking new neuroscience treatment options.
Our staff includes 8 fulltime Investigators, 5 dedicated full-time research staff and over 10 administrative support staff with Regulatory, Quality Assurance, Business Development, Recruitment Specialists. CRC has an active database of over 20,000 subjects and growing. Principal Investigator Kore Liow, MD, an NIH trained research neurologist has served as PI for over 20 years for more than 100 phase I through IV neuroscience clinical trials funded by NIH, CDC, and the industry and published over 40 peer-reviewed scientific neuroscience articles.
- Asian Americans (40% of Hawaii’s Population)
- Native Hawaiians and other Pacific Islanders
- Socioeconomically disadvantaged populations
- Underserved Rural populations (94% of Total Land area housing 8% of population in Hawaii)
Dr. Kore Kai Liow is a board-certified neurologist with over 20 years of clinical research experience. He has personally served as the PI for over 100 Phase I-IV neuroscience clinical trials. His research has been published in over 40 peer-reviewed publications and has received the “Honolulu Top Doctors” award in 2015, 2016 and 2017.
Regulatory & Start Up Department
Our CRC Regulatory Specialists process the start-up paperwork with a turn-around time of less than one week and work diligently to maintain all regulatory documents throughout the study.
Clinical Research Department
Our CRC Coordinators and Assistants are the backbone of the department. They work directly under the PI and manage the day-to-day logistics of the clinical trials. The team leaders have extensive research experience and provide oversight with the PI to ensure the proper management of multiple trials.
Our CRC licensed pharmacy technician provides oversight and direction of the pharmacy department to keep track of all IP involved including receiving, inventory, tracking, dispense, drug distribution and providing technical assistance with clinical protocol including coordinating, collaborating and providing expertise in support of the clinical trials as well improving patient experience in education of AEs.
Recruitment & Business Development
Our CRC Recruitment and Business Development Team work closely with the PI and Study Coordinators to pursue all avenues of patient recruitment, which leads to our study site frequently exceeding the enrollment standards set by our study sponsors.
Phase One to Four and IV Capable