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Anuradha Nagulapati is a clinical research associate at Musculoskeletal Clinical Regulatory Advisers LLC (MCRA), primarily focused on supporting clinical trial management and consulting services for medical device companies.
Singh, clinical research associate, Peace Arch Hospital, White Rock, B.C., Canada.
Generally, a representative of the sponsor, usually called a "clinical research associate" (CRA), will come out to inspect your site.
Wright served as senior clinical research associate, Parexel International.
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.
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.
Bhavana Shivakumar * Clinical Research Associate, Musculoskeletal Clinical Regulatory Advisers LLC
- Demand from medical device firms, CROs (Contract Research Organisation), CRAs (Clinical Research Associate) and CSOs (Contract Sales Organisation) remain stable.
Clinical Research Associate: In demand, these associates interact with the pharmaceutical company and healthcare sites.
Rembratt, a clinical research associate at Ferring Pharmaceuticals, which makes desmopressin (DDAVP) and which supported all three studies.

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