Marquette University Honors Randy Spaulding with Alumni Entrepreneur Award

Randy Spaulding, President and CEO of Spaulding Clinical Research, receives the College of Engineering Entrepreneurial Award.

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President and CEO

I believe this award is a reflection of Marquette's rigorous curriculum and the Jesuit tradition of developing men and women for others.

West Bend, WI (PRWEB) May 20, 2014

Randol Spaulding, President and CEO of Spaulding Clinical Research LLC, received the College of Engineering Entrepreneurial Award during Marquette University’s All-University Awards Dinner on April 26 in Milwaukee.

A native of Milwaukee, Wis., Spaulding graduated from Marquette in 1983 with a Bachelor of Science degree in bio-medical engineering and has been the CEO at Spaulding Clinical Research since he founded the company in 2007. Spaulding Clinical Research operates a 155-bed clinical pharmacology unit, a globally recognized Core ECG Lab, and is the manufacturer of an award-winning Electrocardiogram device.

"I'm honored to be recognized by Marquette University's Alumni Association," Spaulding said. "I believe this award is a reflection of Marquette's rigorous curriculum and the Jesuit tradition of developing men and women for others."

Spaulding Clinical Research earned the 2014 Contract Research Organization Award in Quality, Innovation, Productivity, and Regulation from Life Science Magazine, the 2013 DPharm Disruptive Innovator of the Year Award and has been rated a “Top Workplace in South-Eastern Wisconsin” by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Spaulding is a board member for Albrecht Free Clinic and Concordia University's Foundations Board.