Study Conduct

CT Approvals Down, Global Participation Up in Russia Q2

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

According to an Orange Paper released by Russia-based CRO, Synergy Research Group, Russia’s health agency, the Federal Service on Surveillance in Healthcare and Social Development (RosZdraNadzor, RZN) approved only 129 new clinical trials, including local and bioequivalence studies, during Q2 2009, representing a 17% decrease from Q2 last year. The percentage of approved multinational clinical trials increased slightly, however, to 65% of the total during this time period.

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Guest Commentary: Serbia Celebrates International Day of Clinical Trials

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Serbia celebrated International Day of Clinical Trials, which was organized by the Section for Clinical Pharmacology (SCP) of the Serbian Medical Association (SMA). Founded in Belgrade in 1872, the Serbian Medical Association is the largest professional association of doctors in Serbia, who, through their sections, work on development of the medical profession and science in Serbia. The celebration was attended by physicians in all specialties, representatives of Serbian hospitals, contract research organizations (CROs) working in Serbia, sponsor representatives, as well as the management of the Serbian Medical Association.

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