Bill Soller, Ph.D.
Director, Quality Assurance and Regulatory Compliance
Dr. Bill Soller has over 30 years of experience in clinical trial management, quality assurance, and regulatory compliance services in support of pharmaceutical and medical device development. Dr. Soller received his Ph.D. in Medical Sciences at Weill-Cornell Medical College. He completed a postdoctoral fellowship in pharmacology at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, thereafter appointed Assistant Professor of Pharmacology, and a member of the Institute for Neuroscience. As Vice President of Scientific Affairs for Glenbrook Laboratories/Sterling Drug Company, he led regulatory affairs and product development programs. As Senior Vice President and Officer of the Consumer Health Care Products Association, Dr. Soller managed scientific, clinical, and pharmaceutical quality research programs and regulatory affairs across many product categories (1985-2002).
Dr. Soller was recruited by the University of California San Francisco School of Pharmacy as Professor of Clinical Pharmacy (2003-2013). He taught research design, health policy and regulatory affairs in the School’s health policy pathway and managed the first UCSF telehealth clinics, which provided remote medical therapy management of patients with diabetes and all major co-morbidities. His funding was from medical device and pharmaceutical companies, pharmacy foundations, and state programs. He organized and managed the telehealth clinic settings as research sites with associated robust quality assurance programs for clinical trial management. He also conducted separate research programs in health communication, pharmacoepidemiology, drug labeling, and telehealth Apps.
From UCSF, Dr. Soller moved to Texas, working as Director of Quality Assurance for a Houston-based research analytical laboratory and consulting on pharmaceutical and medical device development. In 2016 he joined TCTM as head of Quality Assurance and Regulatory Compliance. Dr. Soller conducts QA programs for all TCTM-managed trials to ensure FDA and Sponsor readiness.