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Clinical Trials Conference, KSA

By 5 March 2024May 29th, 2024No Comments

Salvius Participation at the 2nd International Conference in Clinical Trials, Riyadh!

We are delighted to announce that our CEO, Myrthe Trompert, showcased our commitment to excellence at the esteemed 2nd International Conference in Clinical Trials, held 4-6 March 2024, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The conference brought together leading researchers, practitioners, and policymakers from around the globe to share their expertise and insights on the latest advancements in clinical trial methodology and best practices.

This excellent event represented a significant milestone in Saudi-Arabia’s endeavor to establish itself as a key player in the global arena of clinical trials and the biotechnology industry. Key highlights from the conference included presentations on diversity focused strategy, bridging the gap between clinical trial stakeholders, using AI in clinical research, the future of decentralized clinical trials and technology, partnership opportunities and the future direction of clinical trials in Saudi Arabia.

Myrthe’s presentation, titled “Unlocking Efficiency and Accuracy: Decoding Clinical Trial Budget Development and Mastering Contract Negotiation Strategies,” covered essential strategies for optimizing contract management in clinical research. Additionally, she led a workshop on Contracts and Budgeting, aimed at empowering principal investigators, CRCs, project managers, and CRAs with the necessary tools to navigate budget development and negotiation effectively.

Our heartfelt congratulations are extended to the organizers King Abdullah International Medical Research Center (كيمارك KAIMRC) and Prof. Majed Aljeraisy for orchestrating such a successful and impactful event. We eagerly anticipate future collaborations and opportunities for knowledge exchange.

We are proud of Myrthe‘s dedication and participation in this prestigious conference that exemplifies Salvius’ commitment to facilitate global collaboration and driving positive change in process improvement of contract management in clinical research.

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