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CRO

abbreviation for CRIMINAL RECORDS OFFICE.
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The global CRO services market is slated to acquire a substantial market valuation at a steady CAGR over the review period.
Traditional CROs are working actively to augment internal capabilities with RWE-based services.
Novotech has been delivering CRO services in the region for more than 23 years and now has offices in 11 countries to accommodate increased demand from USA biotechs for specialist clinical services.
This year, the CRO already conducted mobile registration in Paquibato District, Calinan District and Marilog District.
b) assembly of 1 new air-conditioning kit for the server room in CRo Sever, Na Schodech 10, st nad Labem, including the implementation of new refrigerant lines, new power and communication cabling, connection, new condensate drainage and other operations according to technical specification and documentation,
They move the costs and accountability for staff recruitment and retention to the CRO, enabling the consolidation of contract staffing costs by moving from a number of smaller recruitment agencies to just a few global CROs.
Moreover, 5 foreign companies were also registered by the CROs in Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad.
Additionally, the agrochemical expertise of Concord Bio will position Frontage as a major CRO in the agricultural products industry, stated Dr Song Li, founder and CEO of Frontage Laboratories.
He also directed to take appropriate steps to ensure mutual linkage between the CROs in Sindh's jails and the CROs in jails at other provinces.
Consolidation within the CRO space is increasing competition for major global players and for more specialist firms, and this pushes business development and marketing into the daily workflow, says Nancy Rourke, senior product manager, life sciences, at Abbott Informatics.
Although most CROs report directly to either the chief financial officer (CFO) or the CEO, in a few cases, the CRO reports through another position, such as the chief actuary or chief operating officer.
Thus, the ability of the individual charged with leading the research enterprise (e.g., Chief Research Officer or Vice President/Chancellor for Research, hereafter referred to as CRO) to balance a multitude of conflicting forces has a substantial influence on the institution's capacity to maintain and increase its research productivity (Kulakowski & Chronister, 2006).