The Neuroscience Research Institute
Director, Research Administration
Neuroscience Research Institute, The Ohio State University
Adjunct Research Professor, College of Nursing
Adjunct Assistant Professor, College of Public Health
376 W. 10th Ave.
Suite 205, Room 244
Columbus, OH 43210
Research Interests: Since 1988, Dr. Reider has been involved in the development, coordination, management and administration of various publicly or privately sponsored, single or multicenter, clinical or epidemiological research projects. He is an expert on Data and Safety Monitoring Committees for investigator initiated clinical research studies.
Current Research: Dr. Reider is the administrative director for the Neuroscience Research Institute at Ohio State, facilitating research best practices and collaborations for 180+ faculty and 40 clinical research staff.
Background: Dr. Reider is an expert on regulations and ethical principles of clinical research and their consideration in protocol development. He is also an expert on Data and Safety Monitoring Committees for investigator initiated clinical research studies.
From 2002-2015, Dr. Reider served as the research subject advocate for the Clinical Research Center at The Ohio State University. From 2008 through 2015, he served as an in-house clinical research consultant for the Center for Clinical and Translational Science, an NIH-CTSA site, providing regulatory and research ethics protocol development, IRB submission and study monitoring support and was actively engaged in various related CTSA Consortium and university initiatives, including the Ohio Reliant IRB Consortium and the National CTSA Reliant IRB Collaboration.
CTSA-UL1TR001070- Rebecca Jackson (PI) 100% 05/01/2013- 08/31/2015
NIH/NCRR - Clinical and Translational Science Award
CTSA- UL1RR025755-Rebecca Jackson (PI) 100% 05/19/2008- 04/30/2013
NIH/NCRR - Clinical and Translational Science Award
M01-RR00034-37 – Wiley Souba (PI) 100% 12/01/2006- 11/30/2009
NIH/NCRR - General Clinical Research Cente
Reider CR, Hubble JP, Harrold B. Risk factors in PD: a matched pair study. Parkinsonism and Related Disorders 1999;5(Suppl 1): S47.
Reider CR, Rice R, Grever J. A web-based protocol development timeline- the OSU experience. CTSA Consortium CRM/RKS Annual Meeting 2009.
CTSA IND/IDE Taskforce. IND/IDE Taskforce: a year in review. CTSA Consortium CRM/RKS Annual Meeting 2010.
CTSA Study Registration Taskforce. ClinicalTrials.gov Requirements: a survey of CTSA Institutions’ Administrative Practices. CTSA Consortium CRM/RKS Annual Meeting 2010.
OSU CCTS Clinical Research Support Team. Three Complementary Research Subject Recruitment Strategies. CTSA Consortium CRM/RKS Annual Meeting 2010.
Reider C, Carpenter D, Borlowsky T. StudySearch: An Open source searchable tool for listing studies recruiting human subjects. CTSA Consortium CRM/RKS Annual Meeting, 2012. PHS 398/2590 (Rev. 09/04) Page Continuation Format Page
Hallarn RK, Para M, Reider C. OSUMyChart: Using a Patient Platform to Promote Participation in Research. CTSA Consortium CRM/RKS Annual Meeting 2013.
Reider C, Cola P, Strasser J. The Ohio CTSA Consortium Reliant IRB Agreement. CTSA Consortium CRM/RKS Annual Meeting 2013.
Reider CR. Orphan Drug Act: Provisions and considerations. Drug Information Journal, 2000;34:295-300.
Reider CR, Hubble JP. Test-retest reliability of an epidemiological instrument for Parkinson’s disease. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 2000;53:863-865.
Reider C, Halter C, Castellucio P, Oakes D, Foroud T, and the Parkinson Study Group. Reliability of reporting age at onset for Parkinson’s Disease. Movement Disorders, 2003;18(3):275-279.
Reider C, Malarkey W, Nagaraja, H. GCRC Subject Satisfaction Survey. Journal of Clinical Research Best Practices 2007;3(1):1-6.
Beskow LM & the CTSA Clinical Research Ethics Consultation Taskforce. Points to Consider: The Research Ethics Consultation Service and the IRB. IRB: Ethics & Human Research 2009:31(6): 1-9.
Johnson T, Joyner M et al. Using research metrics to improve timelines: proceedings from the 2nd Annual CTSA Clinical Research Management Workshop. Clin Transl Sci 2010:3(6):305-308.
Berro M, Burnett B & the CTSA IND/IDE Taskforce. IND/IDE Support for Investigator-Initiated Clinical Research: The Clinical and Translational Science (CTSA) Experience. Academic Medicine 2011:86(2):217-223.
Carpenter D, Kelsey B, Rice R, Reider CR, Borlawsky TB. StudySearch: A Tool For Connecting Potential Participants with Locally Recruiting Studies. AMIA Summits Transl Sci Proc. 2011 Mar.
Kang UJ, Auinger P and the PSG ELLDOPA Investigators. Activity enhances dopaminergic long-duration response in Parkinson disease. Neurology 2012:78(15):1146-1149.
Kost R, Reider C, Stephens J and the CTSA RSA Taskforce. Research Subject Advocacy: Practice and Impact at NIH Clinical & Translational Science Award Sites. Academic Medicine 2012:87(9): 1228-1236.
McCormick J, Sharp R, Ottenberg A, Reider C, Taylor H, Wilfond B. The Establishment of Research Ethics Consultation Services (RECS): An Emerging Research Resource. Clinical and Translational Science 2013:6(1): 40-45.
Cola P, Reider C, Strasser J. The Ohio CTSA Consortium Reliant IRB Model for multi-center clinical research. Clinical and Translational Science 2013: June 2013.
Cho M, Taylor H, McCormick J, Barnard D, Boyle M, Capron A, Dorfman L, Havard M, Reider C, Robinson M, Sandler J, Schwartz P, Anderson N, Danis M, Sharp R, Wilfond B. Building a Central Repository for Research Ethics Consultation Data: A Proposal for a Standard Data Collection Tool. Clinical and Translational Science 2015:8(4): 376-387.
Gonsenhauser B, Hallarn R, Carpenter D, Para M, Reider C. StudySearch: An Opensource searchable tool for recruiting human subjects. Journal of Investigative Medicine, 29 January 2016.
MS: The Ohio State University
PhD: The Ohio State University
• Founding member, American Society for Experimental Neurotherapeutics (1997)
• Institutional and national expert, Data and Safety Monitoring Boards (DSMBs)
• Co-chair, Clinical and Translational Science Award DSMB workgroup
• Health Improvement Institute: CCTS Human Research Protection Program, Certificate of Merit (2012)