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BioClinica, Inc. to Demonstrate Technology-Enhanced Capabilities at Upcoming Global Industry Events
Date:4/3/2013

iew of medical images. Dr. Larry Schwartz of Columbia University will present the keynote address "Imaging Biomarkers – Oncology as a Paradigm."  

Outsourcing in Clinical Trials Europe
May 14 – 15, 2013
Zurich, Switzerland
Booth #10
Outsourcing in Clinical Trials bring major pharmaceutical and biotech manufacturers together to debate potential solutions to the complex challenges of running global clinical trials. The agenda for this year's event includes presentations covering partner selection, relationship management, regulatory developments, and outsourcing models. The event will also include presentations from a financial investor as well as a communications expert – bringing outside expertise that will help revolutionize business and management strategies. BioClinica representatives will attend the conference to demonstrate the company's industry-leading eClinical solutions and Imaging Core Lab and Cardiac Safety services. 

Global Clinical Trials Outsourcing Summit
May 20 – 22, 2013
Seoul, Korea 
The 2nd Global Clinical Trials Outsourcing Summit will provide a forum for discussion and networking between Western and Eastern pharma, biotech and CRO senior level executives to discuss the current landscape, future developments and opportunities of clinical trials in Asia by addressing unique operational, CRO management, outsourcing, regulatory, data management, pharmacovigilance/safety and clinical supply and logistical qualities and challenges associated with countries in the region.  

Dr. Boaz Mendzelvski , now BioClinica's Vice President of Cardiology following the March 2013 merger with CoreLab Partners, will speak on the topic "Cardiac Safe
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