TRIBE offers Project Management and Clinical Monitoring services in the U.S. and Canada. Our staff is comprised strictly of experienced research professionals with high energy levels and a focus on quality. With the numerous issues that present themselves during the course of the study, you will never be concerned with whether your project team at TRIBE is doing everything possible to ensure a successful study. Click here for a recent customer comment on TRIBE's service.


Project Management

Each Project Manager at TRIBE has significant previous experience in the PM role at the Sponsor level, having been employed by other small and large Pharma/Biotech companies during their careers. This background partly accounts for their success at TRIBE. Having “been there”, our PMs can proactively meet your needs.

Our Project Managers serve as the primary point of communication for the Sponsor while providing leadership and direction to the project team. They take true ownership of the project and are relentless in their pursuit of success for the customer. Their personal initiative and sense of urgency cannot be exceeded. Our Project Managers are reasonable risk takers, flexible, and constantly looking for areas to be proactive while maintaining quality as the ultimate priority.

The Project Managers at TRIBE believe good communication is essential to a successful project and CRO/Sponsor relationship. You therefore will not receive the sugar-coated typical CRO-spin in their communications. Conducting a clinical trial is a difficult job with numerous surprises and challenges and their aim is not to tell you what you want to hear. Rather, you will be kept up to speed on your project through regular and very honest communication.

Clinical Monitoring

The Clinical Research Associates at TRIBE perform the standard duties of a monitor including source documentation and case report form review, drug accountability, and regulatory compliance. However, the responsibilities of the monitor at TRIBE are expanded to include the Site Manager role. Our CRAs are the primary point of contact for their assigned sites and are responsible for knowing and relaying progress at the site level. This is particularly important during study start-up where our CRAs drive and assist with the entire process including IRB submission, site supply allocation, and training. Our CRAs command respect with their experience, understanding of the disease, and knowledge of the protocol. However, they also have the social skills, demeanor and professionalism required for successful site management, including the most difficult sites!