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Capturing the Impossible?

The world is changing, and the pharmaceutical and biotechnology landscapes are no different. The US and European markets are being out-paced and out-projected by new and emerging markets. Asia is leading the way, but African countries are rapidly positioning themselves to take up their place in this new world order.

Agencies such as the European and Developing Countries Clinical Trials Partnership (EDCTP), Malaria Clinical Trials Alliance (MCTA), Malaria Vaccine Initiative (MVI) and the Medicines for Malaria Venture (MMV) have all been established in order to manage the funding and execution of clinical research in developing countries, particularly in Africa, and especially for HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.


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Richard Young joined Cmed four years ago as Director of Data Management. Shortly afterwards, he moved into his current role as Director of Business Development. He has taken leadership roles in both Pharma and CRO environments, on both sides of the Atlantic, where he was responsible for developing and implementing various solutions for data capture and management. During the past two years, Richard has been heavily involved in implementing a number of challenging data collection/management strategies, ranging from adaptive trial design and eSource implementation to working in remote locations in the developing world.
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