Thomas C. Marbury, MD, is one of the pioneers in clinical research and has served as Principal Investigator in over 900 Clinical Trials since 1978. He has published extensively in scientific and clinical journals in the area of renal and hepatic pharmacokinetics. He is the founder and President of Orlando Clinical Research Center since 1990. As the President of Orlando Clinical Research Center, his main areas of research are Phase 1 clinical trials.
Dr. Marbury is a graduate of the University of Texas Medical School and is board certified in Internal Medicine and Nephrology. He did a Nephrology Fellowship at the University of Florida with Robert Cade, the inventor of Gatorade. At the encouragement and invitation of Dr Cade, he joined the full time Nephrology Faculty, directing a hypertension research lab, conducting clinical research trials, and became an Assistant Professor at the University of Florida. He was also the Head of Adult Dialysis Programs, and Chief of Nephrology at the Gainesville VA hospital. He moved to Orlando in 1981 to join a Private practice, Internal Medicine Specialists. He was Chief of Nephrology at Orlando Regional Medical Center for over 20 years and was a co-founder of several dialysis units in the Orlando area. He retired from private practice in 2000 to concentrate on his clinical research studies and devote his full time as President of Orlando Clinical Research Center.