clinical research co-ordinator

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clinical research co-ordinator

A person who handles most of the administrative responsibilities of a clinical trial on behalf of a site investigator, acts as liaison between investigative site and sponsor, and reviews all data and records before a monitor's visit.
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Presenting the results to the 2015 European Cancer Congress, the trial co-ordinator Martine Frouws, MD, from Leiden University Medical Centre, Leiden, The Netherlands, will describe how her team analysed data from 13,715 patients who had been diagnosed with a GI cancer between 1998 and 2011.
Trial co-ordinator Dr Martine Frouws, from Leiden University, presented the findings at the European Cancer Congress in Vienna.
uk/tracera or call trial co-ordinator Rebecca Storey on 01384 456 111, ext 3733.
Trial co-ordinator Dr Usha Menon said: "These results are extremely encouraging.
The Edinburgh 27-year-old works for the NHS as a breast cancer clinical trial co-ordinator.
Trial co-ordinator Therese Small told the Chronicle: "We really need to find more patients to take part in the studies.
Trial co-ordinator Lesley Lewis said the trial was an exciting opportunity for hospital staff and patients.
Janet Dunn, trial co-ordinator at the University of Birmingham, said: 'This research shows that, with the right chemotherapy regime, we can dramatically reduce the risk of breast cancer recurring in a patient and improve their chances of survival.
Trial co-ordinator John Britton said: "At the moment we have an absurd situation where kids can get hold of cigarettes but cannot obtain the therapy that might help them.
For more information about the trial or the disease itself, contact trial co-ordinator Anne Langston at the University of Aberdeen on 01224 551126.
Trial co-ordinator Dr Ann Douglas says if they are successful they could help cut Scotland's appalling health record for strokes and heart attacks.