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SynteractHCR Increasing Participation in Industry Events in US and Europe
Date:8/20/2013

ourcing in Clinical Trials Southern California will debut in San Diego on Sept 24-25. The event was designed to support requests in this life science hub. SynteractHCR will exhibit at booth #26. Director of Clinical Technology Services Toby Odenheim, MBA, will give insights on "Electronic Data Capture: The Importance and Impact of Selecting the Optimum EDC Platform for Your Clinical Program." Project Director Barbara Ruby will present "How Doing a Clinical Trial is like Skydiving," which will provide guidelines to establish effective collaboration between CROs and sponsors to achieve optimal working relationships and results.

SynteractHCR will exhibit at booth #55 in the fifth annual event Outsourcing in Clinical Trials New England. Dr. Philip Doren, vice president, biometrics, will present on risk based monitoring at 11:15 a.m. EST on Oct. 1st. Risk-based monitoring has the ability to increase efficiencies of trials by identifying the sources of risk that diminish the objectives of clinical development programs. Dr. Doren will examine how to identify the sources that impose meaningful threats and the actions they might trigger.

SynteractHCR recently introduced its ICD+ platform to leverage the company's deep clinical development expertise, appropriate technology, and optimized execution to drive solution-oriented efficiencies and consistent standards on a global scale. The various programs all speak to elements of this comprehensive methodology and identify
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