MAGI and PharmaTimes have teamed up to offer Clinical Researcher of the Year - The Americas finalists discounts at the MAGI Boston conference in May 2019.

All finalists for this year's competition will receive an automatic $100 discount from the price of an all access pass to the four-day conference at the Sheraton Boston Hotel, Boston from 5th to the 8th May 2019.

With the finals day of the competition being held during the day of the 4th May and the gala dinner and results announced in the evening - it's the ideal opportunity to also attend the conference.

In addition to this offer, one lucky finalist will be given a complimentary all-access pass to the conference.

Entry for this competition will close on the 25th February so don’t hesitate any further, complete the entry form now!

About MAGI's Clinical Research Conference - 2019 East

100+ sessions and workshops in six tracks: clinical operations & project management, site management, regulatory compliance, contracts, budgets & billing, and special topics.
240+ speakers with diverse expertise and backgroundsExceptional networking with a broad (but not too broad) range of experienced clinical research professionals
22+ continuing education contact hours (CME, CNE, CLE, CCB, other)

Obtain practical tips and professional contacts that will pay for the conference in a matter of days. At the last MAGI conference, participants gathered an average of 10 practical tips to implement in their own organisations.

If you are a clinical research novice or veteran; with a study sponsor, research site, or CRO; in a corporate, academic or other organisation; you will find a coherent and comprehensive program that focuses on your current needs for applicable information. MAGI sessions and workshops emphasise practical tips based on real-life examples, with lots of interaction. Please join us in Boston.

About MAGI
MAGI is streamlining clinical research by standardising best practices for clinical research operations, business and regulatory compliance. Our 10,000+ members represent clinical research sponsors, sites and CROs. "MAGI" is pronounced with "G" as in Georgia and "I" as in Ireland. Norman M. Goldfarb, CRCP, founder and chairman of MAGI, is organising and chairing this conference. MAGI is operated by First Clinical Research LLC, a company dedicated to advancing the practice of clinical research.