Clinical Researcher of the Year - The Americas 2020

Now celebrating its 10th anniversary, this prestigious competition has been designed to recognise and reward the talent and passion of industry and academic researchers. Over the past decade, this challenge has gained a strong reputation of being a valuable learning and development opportunity for clinical researchers in pharmaclinical research organisations (CROs) and investigator sites who currently work in North, South and Central America.

The three-stage entry process has been designed to challenge and inspire clinical researchers, allowing them to benchmark their skills against those of their peers in a friendly learning environment, and have them judged by an independent steering committee of high-level industry leaders.

All finalists receive valuable mentoring and feedback on their performance; invaluable for personal and professional development, it’s also a great way to validate training and highlight experience.

There are a broad range of expertly crafted category challenges available to candidates, ranging from New & Experienced CRA, CRO, Project Manager, and Clinical Trial Manager. There are also entry points for groups of clinical researchers to get involved with in the Site, Company, and Strategic Team challenges, there is a category to suit everyones needs! Also, brand new for 2020, we have the Start Up category which is open to either an individual or a team of up to 3 - could you be the first ever winner?

If you would like to play your part in the 2020 competition, click here to start your multiple choice questionnaire.

Boston MA. May 2019

The PharmaTimes Clinical Researcher of the Year – The Americas competition will be held in May 2019, in Washington DC, followed by the awards ceremony and gala dinner in the evening.

Invest in yourself and gain international recognition for your achievements.

Click here for more information on how the competition works

Key dates

Entry Closes
Finals Day
Gala Dinner and Awards Presentation
International Clinical Researcher of the Year