Site relationship

Site relationship

The plot of land where something was, is, or will be located; the situation or position of a place, town, or building, especially with reference to the surrounding locality.
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The new regional manager was previously working with Merck, where he served as its clinical account manager and site relationship and operations lead, overseeing global trials across Spain, Portugal, Israel and the Netherlands.
Having to define the financial terms of the CRO site relationship in this way makes a formerly straightforward and simple contract negotiation process complex and time-consuming.
The strength of the school-interpretive site relationship is that it is complementary.
Beyond the usual toolbar functions, you can glean Web site relationship intelligence through the "People Who Visit" option.
These CROs received top average ratings across 36 relationship attributes evaluated in CenterWatch's bi-annual 2013 Global Investigative Site Relationship survey.
Earlier this year, the three producers met to discuss experiences with variety and site relationships. Some of the discussion from this meeting contributed to this article.
If you're concerned about site relationships, have your head office send the notices.
His detailed review of over 1,900 facilities, every potential explosive site, and over 593 exposed site relationships resulted in the elimination of 77 quantity distance violations.
Since different genotypes were tested from year to year, we further examined the genotype by site relationships using a subset of 28 genotypes that were in common during 1997 to 1999 (Fig.
These insights provide sponsors and CROs the opportunity to work with their internal teams to strengthen and enhance their site relationships."
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