Number of global clinical PIs remains a mystery
How many clinical trial investigators are there in the world? No one really knows. Estimates about the number of global Principal Investigators (PIs) vary wildly, ranging from about 40,000 to nearly a half-million, and depend on the criteria used to define the landscape.
Insights from DCRI: Best-in-class ARO
Major contract research organizations (CROs) and leading investigative site networks are jockeying to attain competitive advantage by establishing stronger relationships with academic health systems. Such relationships may offer unprecedented access to not only large professional and patient communities, but also substantial operating infrastructure at a time when convergence between healthcare and clinical research is intensifying.
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