Tom McLoughlin possesses over 25 years of experience in clinical packaging and project management. As Vice President of Project Management for Xerimis Inc., Tom has witnessed the evolution of this niche industry that continues to evolve with technology and the ongoing advancements made in medicine, all the while ensuring that Xerimis’ clinical packaging and project management services support patient compliance and study requirements. Tom guides clients through all aspects of clinical supply management and understands the dynamic world of clinical supplies and the need for flexibility, transparency and dependability that are essential to seamless service delivery.

Tom holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Cornell University. He began his career with Simirex Inc. in 1991, ultimately serving as the company’s Director of Project Planning. When Quintiles Transnational acquired Simirex in 1998, Tom continued in the role and was responsible for global clinical trial packaging and supply management. Tom would go on to serve as an independent pharmaceutical packaging consultant, providing technical support to a wide range of pharmaceutical manufacturers as well as biotechnology and clinical research organizations before joining Xerimis in 2002 as VP of Project Management.

He co-authored a research paper on cleaning validation for Pharmaceutical Engineering magazine. In 2015, Tom served as a panel lead on labeling for international trials as part of Global Clinical Supply Group’s annual conference.

Tom is a member of AAPS (American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists), DIA (Drug Information Association), and ISPE (International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering). Tom previously served on the Clinical Materials Committee for the ISPE.