The PharmaTimes Clinical Researcher of the Year – The Americas in association with MAGI has a broad range of categories to suit all types of clinical researcher.
Entries are well underway for this year's competition – designed to challenge, recognise and reward the talent of industry and academic researchers. Year after year this prestigious competition attracts the industry’s most talented candidates – represented by leading pharmaceutical companies and clinical research organisations.
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This year’s competition has a wide array of categories available for individual and team entry. They range from the Clinical Research Co-ordinator, New & Experienced Clinical Research Associate, Clinical Trail Manager & Project Manager for the individual entry. For team entries there are the Company Team, Strategic Team & Site Team.
New for 2019 we also have the Technology Category available to both individuals and teams. Intended to provide recognition for an individual(s) or organisation that has designed and developed an outstanding technology product that has or will propel positive change within the clinical trials enterprise. The process will involve a few detailed questions about what the technology product is, how it can improve upon current technology, and how it can support the clinical trials industry.
Joan Chambers, Vice President of ClinX and member of the executive steering group said:
“The Clinical Researcher of the Year—The Americas 2019 event is an outstanding opportunity for clinical research professionals within biopharma, CROs, sites and academic medical centers. As part of the executive steering committee and a judge in this event for over five years, it is truly amazing to see so many professionals enter the competition and pursue the different phases with a goal of being invited to participate on the final day. There is a level of passion, dedication, camaraderie, and achievement you sense and see during the final day of the competition - followed by a beautiful and emotional awards dinner ceremony. This competition offers professionals the opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge and expertise while also further building their confidence.”
All of the finalists will be judged by experts within the industry who will be on hand to give back invaluable feedback – which adds an even greater incentive to get your entry in.
The process for entry firstly involves a 20-question multiple-choice questionnaire in which entrants must score at least 70% to progress. Competitors must then complete a 1000 word essay (1500 for team entries), and those entrants judged to have the best essays will be invited to the final stage of the competition. Individuals or teams who are entering the technology category should skip stage 1 and follow the technology category form. Finals day will take place alongside the MAGI conference in Boston, May 2019.
Find out which category best suits you and then get your entry in!