Academic Research Organization

Academic Research Organization

A university-based organisation that commits clinical and academic expertise and resources to a particular research initiative, often partnering with a (pharmaceutical or device) sponsor and a clinical research organisation to assure that services required are performed efficiently by the section of the organisation best equipped to provide that service.
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We re exceptionally pleased to expand our relationship with HCRI, one of the world s preeminent academic research organizations.
All of the adverse events of the study have been independently adjudicated by the third party academic research organization (ARO).
Keio CCR was founded in 2006 as an academic research organization within Keio University School of Medicine under the auspices of the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare (MHLW) to assume a leading role in the national improvement of clinical trial infrastructure.
The trial was sponsored and funded by Diffusion Pharmaceuticals and conducted in collaboration with CPC Clinical Research, a not-for-profit academic research organization affiliated with the University of Colorado and specializing in the clinical testing of new approaches to the treatment of PAD.
CPC Clinical Research, an academic research organization with headquarters in Denver, prepared the IND and will assist Cell>Point in managing the Phase 1b/2 trial.
HCRI is a respected academic research organization (ARO) that also offers sponsors expert trial design, safety management and independent centralized clinical endpoint event adjudication.
That's why pharmaceutical companies are focusing more on the basic type of research in genomics and proteomics, primarily through collaboration with academic research organizations, specialty biotech companies, and/or CROs.
King Abdullah also met Chinese political leaders, intellectuals and academics during a visit to the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS), one of the leading academic research organizations in the fields of philosophy and social sciences in Asia and the world.
The company's flagship product, the OnCore system, is the nation's most widely adopted clinical research platform among academic research organizations and cancer centers.
In August, the research team held a two-day conference on the locator device, with demonstrations and workshops and about 140 participants from public, private and academic research organizations.
He joined Cushman & Wakefield in 2002 as a director to lead its fast-growing Technology Enterprise Group, which specializes in providing comprehensive real estate services to government, private and academic research organizations and corporations.
To alleviate such concerns, the ruling parties included a provision exempting groups defined by the government as news media and academic research organizations from the legislation, although the laws fail to clearly exempt publishing houses.
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