Thursday, January 8, 2015

Clinical Development Innovation- Participate in 2015 Avoca Industry Survey – Results to be Unveiled at PCT

We invite clinical trial industry professionals with valuable knowledge and insights to participate in Avoca's 2015 Annual Industry Survey. The topic of this year's survey is Innovative Approaches to Clinical Development.

For a complimentary copy of the 2015 Avoca Report on Clinical Innovation, please complete the survey today.

For more than 10 years, The Avoca Group has surveyed industry executives and managers to gain a better understanding of key trends affecting the conduct of outsourced clinical development. The insights gained from this research have proven valuable to industry leaders who are working to strengthen relationships and enhance R&D productivity. Your participation is instrumental in facilitating these improvements.

In addition to receiving an Executive Summary of key findings from our research, upon completion of the survey you will be entered into a drawing for one of two Amazon gift cards valued at US $500. As always, your personal information will remain confidential and will not be associated with your survey responses in any manner.

The results of this research will be unveiled at the 2015 Partnerships in Clinical Trials Conference. We greatly value your feedback and thank you in advance for your participation.

Click the the URL to access the survey: http://bit.ly/2015AvocaSurvey

If you have trouble accessing or completing the survey, please email us at AvocaIndustrySurvey@theavocagroup.com.

Partnerships in Clinical Trials 2015 will take place April 22-24, 2015 in Boston, MA. As a reader of this blog, when you register to join Avoca at the event with priority code XP2000BL, you’ll save $100 off the current rate. The lowest rates of the year expire next Friday, January 16. Find out more and register here.

Have any questions about the Partnerships in Clinical Trials event or want to get involved? Feel free to email me at jpereira@iirusa.com.




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