CWWeekly November 26th 2007 Issue
Nevada Doctor Reports Cherie Thibodeau to Attorney General's Office
Cherie Thibodeau, a fraudulent study broker, may not be working her scam much longer. For the past few months, she has been trying to solicit Las Vegas area doctors for business, using a business card that says, “Cherie Thibodeau, M.D., PhD., Chief Medical Officer/Clinical Operations.” As far as can be determined, Cherie Thibodeau does not have a license to practice medicine, and posing as someone with a medical license is an offense that is under the jurisdiction of the Attorney General’s Office in Nevada. One Nevada doctor, whose confidence Thibodeau gained, reported her to the Attorney General’s office last week.
Three Clinical Trial Companies Form Cardiac Safety Network
iCardiac Technologies, Spacelabs Healthcare and Charles River Laboratories, three companies helping sponsors determine the effects of new drugs on the heart, have joined together to form a collaborative called The Cardiac Safety Network. The network combines each vendor’s core competencies dealing with clinical cardiac safety trials to offer sponsor clients a single point of contact for recruiting healthy volunteers, running studies and analyzing cardiac testing data.
Other breaking news...
- Encorium Group reports third quarter results...
- TrialStat launches new version of EDC platform...
Company Profile: An interview with Russell Rosenberg, Ph.D., president, NeuroTrials Research
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