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SPAG7

A gene on chromosome 17p13.2 that encodes sperm-associated antigen 7, the function of which is currently unknown.
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Horowitz will endeavor to provide ACRP members with news and information that will enhance their professional development.
Recommendation: To better align key program documentation with ACRP program practices as implemented and to increase the transparency and stability of the program over time, the Secretary of Transportation should take steps to revise the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between the Department of Transportation and the National Academy of Sciences, and other appropriate documentation, such that (1) all organizations, including ex-officio members, that are involved in ACRP Oversight Committee (AOC) proceedings are included in program documentation, and (2) project selection procedures documented in the MOA are supplemented to include, as an option, a consensus-based approach in addition to voting procedures, and a more explicitly defined role for ex-officio members in project selection.
I would like to thank the team at Health Decisions for making this honor possible and ACRP for bestowing an award that validates years devoted to improving clinical development.
The learning objectives defined in ACRP Project 04-04 should be used to guide the usability and effectiveness of the scenarios.
This year's record entry is a result of the outstanding collaborative effort of the leading pharma companies and sponsoring CROs on the competition's executive steering committee and partnerships developed with ACRP, CenterWatch and the Society of Clinical Research Sites, which have helped to promote engagement with their communities," says steering group chair Sean Morgan-Jones.
With the advent and maturity of the ACRP, an opportunity now exists for states to gather needed data in a thorough, comprehensive, and efficient manner and apply robust analyses to determine evidence-based successful practices.
Bill Gluck, Vice President of DCCS, was invited to speak to the Minnesota chapter of the ACRP on the involvement of clinical data management in a risk-based approach to clinical monitoring.
Our expert staff consists of more than 16 board-certified physician investigators and more than 38 ACRP certified clinical research coordinators.
To address the need for comprehensive guidance for managers of small airports, ACRP published Report 16: Guidebook for Managing Small Airports (published in 2009).
MRA's 32 board certified physician investigators and 38 ACRP certified clinical research coordinators conduct phase I-IV clinical studies across a broad range of therapeutic areas.
ACRP 03-29, Effects of Airline Industry Changes on Small- and Non-Hub Airports ) as some short-distance air segments are simply replaced by automobile trips, despite longer travel times.