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CRO

abbreviation for CRIMINAL RECORDS OFFICE.
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M&A spending in the CRO industry reached $24 billion in 2016, (6) and according to ISRs 2017 CRO Market Size report, the top 9 CROs now represent 60% of the market share in clinical trials.
Recognizing the upcoming need of distinct patient populations and understanding how CROs can play a role in running patient-centric trials, Life Science Strategy Group (LSSG) conducted research with 126 global opinion leaders involved in preclinical and clinical research at small, mid-sized, and large biopharmaceutical companies.
CROS NT provides services including regulatory consultancy, monitoring, data management, biostatistics programming and analysis, pharmacovigilance and medical writing, and accompanying eClinical applications.
Alliance as a business model is not new, but CRO alliances are quite rare.
Risk sharing: CRO shares risk and reward with Sponsor on project-by-project basis
The question of expertise of the CRO has also been addressed by the proposed rules and this could present an interesting problem--namely, how to fill the position with a properly qualified person.
The CRO Leadership awards are based on industry research conducted by Nice Insight, a well-respected marketing company.
This rapidly growing R&D environment should provide continued stimulus in demand for CRO services.
Will you be asked to have your CV reformatted and a CRO e-mail address established?
Large economies like China, India and Korea, as well as smaller markets like Malaysia and Singapore are expected to drive the Asia-Pacific CRO industry growth on the back of a healthy growth of the bio-pharma sector in the region.
Since virtual research teams work best when there is operational transparency between the outsourcing organization and the CRO site, it makes sense for outsourcing organizations to engage CROs in long-term partnerships, getting them involved early in the R&D process, and establishing dear protocols for exchanging information and materials.