Chiltern, a global CRO, has earned five nominations in the PharmaTimes Clinical Researcher of the Year finals for the project manager, clinical research associate (CRA) and new CRA categories.
"I have been involved with the Clinical Researcher of the Year competition for several years and I could not be more proud of our group this year,” said Susan Romberg, Chiltern's vice president of global clinical development. “Our nominees have put forth a tremendous effort to earn a chance to compete in the finals and they deserve recognition as some of brightest performers in our industry. Everyone at Chiltern is looking forward to a fun and competitive finals."
The PharmaTimes Clinical Researcher of the Year is a multi-stage competition designed to test the knowledge, competency and innovation toward finding the top performing clinical researchers globally. Finalists will have the opportunity to compete during a one-day challenge to be held at the Cary headquarters of the SAS Institute on February 26 with an awards ceremony to follow that evening.
Finalists are selected by an executive committee of industry experts from small and large biopharmaceutical companies, site management groups, CROs and other organizations involved in clinical research.
Chiltern nominees Erik Nicolai and Amy Sinclair will compete in the project manager category; Candie McDevitt and Laura Goucher, CRA category; and Jessica Norton, new CRA category.