Edward (Ed) Fuchs
Mr. Fuchs is the Associate Director of the Drug Development Unit in the Division of Clinical Pharmacology at Johns Hopkins University. He holds a research associate appointment in the Department of Medicine in the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and in the Department of Epidemiology in the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
He has over 25 years of clinical research experience, primarily in HIV disease going back to 1984. His primary research interest is in pilot studies of prevention of HIV transmission, where he has served as either principal investigator or sub-investigator of both federally and privately supported investigator-initiated research protocols.
Mr. Fuchs is an active member of the Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP), where he has served as a local chapter president, and is a previous recipient of the ACRP Up and Coming Leadership Award. He has presented several lectures at the ACRP Annual Global Conference, and has organized local symposiums for training of clinical research professionals. Mr. Fuchs has also taught ethics in the Johns Hopkins Research Coordinator Training Program, and has been an invited speaker to local chapter meetings of ACRP and the Society of Clinical Research Associates, as well as for regional ACRP chapter conferences.