Dr Natalia Reglinska-Matveyev

Clinical Project Manager


I am an organised, versatile and highly motivated professional with a degree in Pharmacology and a PhD in Experimental Medicine, both from top British universities. I have an in-depth team management and project management experience gained through coordinating global clinical trials within two leading global Clinical Research Organisations, an Academic Trial Centre and the UK NHS Trust. I am very passionate about continuous learning and always welcome challenging environments that give me an opportunity to achieve my full potential as well as develop new skills.


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PhD in Experimental Medicine, Haematology at Imperial College London (Nov 2011 – Dec 2014)

BSc (Hons) in Pharmacology at the University of Dundee (Sep 2007 – Jun 2011)

Responsibilities & affiliations

Clinical Project Manager at the University of Edinburgh (Jun 2017 – present)

Management of a large commercially-sponsored clinical research project within the centre and set up and management of a Europe-wide platform study sponsored by the University of Edinburgh. Key responsibilities include liaising with internal and external multidisciplinary teams comprising Sponsor’s Office and Regulatory Team members, partner organisations representatives, Intervention Owners, associated CRO Project Managers and 3rd party vendors; review and providing input to new protocols and other study specific documentation; continuous analysis of the project progress including trial-readiness in the cohort across the Europe and creating detailed recruitment projections for the associated interventional studies; tracking trial-readiness within the cohort, recognising potential risks and developing appropriate mitigation actions; oversight of the project agreements and budget reconciliation; line management of the local study team; monitoring and quality check of the collected research data at the site; providing overall support to the organisation and attending research meetings at local and international level.


Study Coordinator at the University of Edinburgh (Jun 2016 – Jun 2017)

Management and overseeing commercially-sponsored research studies and clinical trials taking place at the Centre for Dementia Prevention. Main responsibilities included assisting with the set-up and management of a new research facility; coordinating the set up and delivery of observational and interventional studies; recruitment and project-specific training of new team members; coordination and supervision of multidisciplinary teams including academic and clinical members; set up of study systems and performing management and administrative tasks required for project delivery; liaising with the study sponsor and local collaborators including NHS CRF and Edinburgh Imaging, compliance with clinical research governance, coordinating patient recruitment, overseeing data and sample collection.