Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) September 25, 2012
Confluent Translations is excited to continue its support of MAGI’s Clinical Research Conferences and will be exhibiting at the San Diego Conference October 21st through 24th.
Nancy Cardone, Confluent’s business development manager, was asked to be a session chair for one of the 90+ sessions and workshops and will take part in sharing our expertise as an exhibitor. MAGI features a comprehensive and interactive program that provides clinical research best practices based on real-life examples. Education and networking are two main reasons why people attend.
“MAGI serves as a wonderful learning opportunity no matter what your role is in the clinical research process”, commented Cardone. “My goal is to attend as many of the in-depth panel discussions and the pre-and post-conference workshops to gain insight into how industry changes may impact translation.”
“Appropriate technical terminology and quality translation is paramount in effective clinical research. MAGI offers clinical research professionals the access to valuable information to support their work”, commented Charlene Nagy, CEO and President of Confluent Translations. “Nancy will be able to interact with veterans in the industry from sponsors to CROs to actual sites while connecting with other industries that serve them.
Confluent Translations, LLC is an ISO 9001:2008 woman owned professional language translation services firm located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Currently celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, they also hold GSA contract # GS-10F-0098Y. For more information about Confluent, visit http://www.confluenttranslations.com.
MAGI’s mission is to standardize best practices for clinical research operations, business and regulatory compliance. "MAGI" stands for Model Agreements and Guidelines International and has over 8,000+ members representing most of the major players in the industry. Membership