Leadership Team

Dr. Jeffrey T. Apter

Dr. Jeffrey T. Apter is the Founder and President of Global Medical Institutes and is the Lead Principal Investigator for PMI. He has been a research collaborator in the Departments of Psychology and Molecular Biology at various educational institutions around the world.

 

Dr. Apter has published over 30 articles in the areas of psychiatric and Alzheimer’s research in conjunction with Princeton University.

 

Dr. Apter is a founding member of the New Jersey Alzheimer Association Scientific Advisory Board and is nationally known as a thought leader in Alzheimer’s Research. He is also a founding member of the American Association of Geriatric Psycho-endocrinology and the International Society of CNS Clinical Trials And Methodology (ISCTM).

Eugene Selivra, M.D.


The Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Global Medical Institutes. As COO of GMI, Dr. Selivra is responsible for the day-to-day operations of all network sites, corporate financial oversight, incorporating standard operating practices, communicating and negotiating with our sponsors.

 

Dr. Selivra has over 18 years of clinical research experience having managed and operated sites in Arkansas, Florida and New York. Most recently, Dr. Selivra established and directed Winthrop-South Nassau University Health System Clinical Trials Network on Long Island.

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Global Medical Institutes (GMI) is an Investigative Research Company which conducts Phase I-IV human clinical trials for the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical devices industry through our network of wholly-owned and affiliated clinical research facilities.

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256 Bunn Drive, Suite 6 Princeton, NJ 08540

 

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