Isabel Arcure

Isabel Arcure

Isabel Arcure


Dr. Arcure was born in Argentina and moved to New Jersey with her family when she was three. She obtained her Bachelor of Science degree at William Paterson University in 1987 and received her Doctor of Osteopathy from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey in 1992. Dr. Arcure completed her Internship at Kennedy Memorial Hospital and went on to complete her Pediatric Residency at Robert Wood Johnson Hospital in New Jersey. After several years practicing as a pediatrician in New Jersey she and her family moved to Dayton, Ohio. Since becoming a Daytonian she taught at Miami Jacobs Career College before joining Midwest Clinical Research as our Quality Control Auditor and Regulatory Specialist from 2010 – 2015. She took on the role of Investigator in 2015 and continues to be a vital part of our research team. She is an approved Rater for twenty one assessments and rating scales. Dr. Arcure has gained extensive trial experience in her time with Midwest Clinical Research Center assisting in over 100 trials for a multitude of indications including, depression, schizophrenia, diabetes, essential tremors, addiction, ADHD, binge eating, bipolar disorder, fibromyalgia, anxiety disorder, insomnia/sleep studies, vaccine trials, migraine, OCD, post operative analgesic pain, PTSD, post-partum depression, smoking cessation, tardive dyskinesia, and low testosterone.

Dr. Arcure is married with three beautiful children: 18-year-old twin girls and a 21-year- old daughter in college. She is an avid animal lover with a dog, cat, two turtles, and a bearded dragon! In her free time, she enjoys going to see a good movie and spending time with family. Her favorite vacations have been Disney World and Cancun. She considers her greatest accomplishments being a mother and being part of our research team here at MCRC assisting new innovative medications being developed to help those suffering. She is certainly a vital member of our team at Midwest Clinical Research Center.



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