Eastern Clinical Trials Russia-CEE Joins BIOCOM CRO

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March 29, 2013 Eastern Clinical Trials, Moscow Russia, joins the clinical research group BIOCCOM CRO, part of BIOCOM San Diego, the largest life sciences association in the world.

Eastern Clinical Trials (ECT), a contract research organization (CRO) with operations in Russia, Central and Eastern Europe, is pleased to announce that ECT has joined BIOCOM CRO. BIOCOM CRO is a newly created Initiative by BIOCOM (San Diego) the largest regional life science association in the world.     "We are proud to become a member of BIOCOM CRO, a network consisting of the most reputable Life Science Companies and CROs in the Southern California region", said Dr. Svetlana Vodolazhskaya, ECT's Managing Director. "We look forward to being actively involved in the strategy and direction of the rapidly expanding Clinical Research outsourcing community in connecting clinical research programs on a global basis".

Representing Eastern Clinical Trials on BIOCOM CRO advisory committee is Jack Florio, ECT’s representative in the San Diego office. Jack can be reached at jack(dot)florio(at)easterntrials(dot)com
or +1 (858) 864-4339.

About Eastern Clinical Trials (ECT http://www.easterntrials.com)
Established in 2004, Eastern Clinical Trials (ECT) has grown from a local Moscow-based CRO to a trusted regional partner in clinical research with operations in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Georgia, Hungary and Slovakia. ECT provides a full spectrum of clinical trial services including project management, monitoring, study feasibility, regulatory submission and support, translation, safety reporting and warehousing.

About BIOCOM CRO (http://www.biocomcro.org )
BIOCOM CRO is an initiative created by BIOCOM, the world’s largest life science association with 550 members in the Southern California region.

ECT Contact:
Svetlana Vodolazhskaya, MD
Managing Director
Russia 119034 Moscow
Tel: + 7(925)5023189
svetlana(dot)vodolazhskaya(at)easterntrials(dot)com

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