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Although working out alternatives to traditional training methodologies can be overwhelming, it is recognized that the current face-to-face training methodology most companies have in place to onboard clinical research associates is not sustainable, and in some cases, no longer innovative.
Kreda, a clinical research associate of medicine at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and colleagues describe research with a particular type of airway receptor molecule that may offer a reliable pathway into cells.
He was a great boss, very fair, very level-headed, a good diplomat,'' said Russell Berg, clinical research associate at Amgen.
His relieved wife Fiona, a clinical research associate, yesterday said her husband was recovering well in hospital.
He joined the company a decade ago as a clinical research associate.
Paul Rosen, a clinical research associate at Abbott Laboratories in North Chicago, one of the major producers of sodium bicarbonate for acidosis, says, "There may be validity to what they're saying.
Tenders are invited for Clinical Research Associate.
A starting step in clinical trial research is to get experience (even short-term contract) as a Clinical Research Associate (CRA) or project assistant.
Rembratt, a clinical research associate at Ferring Pharmaceuticals, which makes desmopressin (DDAVP) and which supported all three studies.
When he's not working, Lipson is home with his wife, Lillian, who is a clinical research associate, and their dog, Beige.
Now residing in Durham, North Carolina, Carver-Clark is a regional clinical research associate for the biotechnology firm.

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