We are searching for more ways to create synergy and awareness among all the components of multiregional clinical trial projects.
Horsham, PA (PRWEB) April 20, 2012
DIA, the premier organization dedicated to knowledge exchange that fosters innovation to raise the level of health and well-being worldwide, will host Creating a Global Clinical Trial Platform: Partnering for Synergy on May 15 in North Carolina. Global industry, academia, and regulatory thought leaders will discuss ways to create synergy among all multiregional clinical trial projects.
Session topics will include:
- Ethical & Resource Responsibilities in a Global Setting
- The State of Clinical Research
- How to Conduct Simultaneous Global Studies
- Certifying Investigators, Accrediting HRPPs and Qualifying Phase I Clinics
- Globalization of Clinical Research: Emerging Issues for Sponsors, Academic Research Organizations & IRBs
“This summit will facilitate dialogue among thought leaders and present opportunities to review the conduct of quality clinical research and human research protection programs, as well as teach you how to recognize efficiencies that can be implemented,” says Program Chair Barry Mangum, PharmD, Director, Clinical Pharmacology at Duke University Medical Center. “We are searching for more ways to create synergy and awareness among all the components of multiregional clinical trial projects.”
Register now for Creating a Global Clinical Trial Platform: Partnering for Synergy.
DIA is a neutral, global, professional, member-driven association of nearly 18,000 professionals involved in the discovery, development, and life cycle management of pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, medical devices and related medical products. Through our international educational offerings and myriad networking opportunities, DIA provides a global forum for knowledge exchange that fosters the innovation of products, technologies and services to improve health and well being worldwide. Headquarters are in Horsham, PA, USA, with offices in Basel, Switzerland; Tokyo, Japan; Mumbai, India; and Beijing, China. http://www.diahome.org.