Insight Therapeutics has a small, specialized staff with backgrounds in clinical pharmacology, public health, epidemiology, geriatric medicine, medical writing, and academic publishing. We consult with a wide variety of professionals in multiple specialty areas, depending on project needs. Our wide network of collaborators allows us to be nimble in quickly meeting client needs for a variety of projects.
Dr. Davidson, a cofounder and partner of Insight Therapeutics, is Assistant Professor of Clinical Internal Medicine with the Glennan Center for Geriatrics and Gerontology at the Eastern Virginia Medical School. In addition, he is the Editor-in-Chief of The Consultant Pharmacist, the official journal of the American Society of Consultant Pharmacists.
Dr. Davidson is a leading authority in research on geriatric-related health issues and serves as a consultant to academia, associations, and industry on geriatrics and pharmacotherapy. He has participated in the analysis of clinical trial data for data safety monitoring boards, coordinated clinical trials in nursing facilities, and conducted secondary data analyses on nursing home data sets. In addition, he has an active clinical practice covering long-term care, diabetes medication therapy management, and disabled children and adults.
Since 2006, Dr. Davidson has served on the National Transitions of Care Coalition, a multi-stakeholder initiative to address problems patients encounter during care transitions. He now sits on the Board. He is a current member of the AMDA Transitions of Care Committee and participated in the development of the Transitions of Care in the Long-Term Care Continuum Practice Guideline.
Dr. Davidson earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Wofford College, Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy and Doctor of Pharmacy degrees from the Medical University of South Carolina, and a Master in Public Health degree from the Eastern Virginia Medical School with an emphasis on epidemiological methods.
Ms. Han, a cofounder and partner of Insight Therapeutics, has expertise in research studies on geriatric-related health issues and as a project manager and consultant for numerous studies. She has experience managing and analyzing data from secondary databases, clinical trial databases, and pharmacy claims data. She has served on grant writing teams for several NIH/AHRQ grant submissions, and has played an active role in multiple epidemiological and clinical research studies.
Ms. Han has a certificate in medical writing from the American Medial Writers Association and is a frequent contributor to publications on geriatric-related health issues. She is active in scientific writing and manuscript preparation, was a contributing writer for a monthly column in The Consultant Pharmacist journal on clinical trials related to geriatrics, and currently serves on their editorial review board.
Ms. Han earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with a focus on finance from Old Dominion University. She earned a Master of Public Health degree from Eastern Virginia Medical School with an emphasis on epidemiological methods.