The 2013 US Clinical Researchers of the Year winners have been revealed at the Umstead Hotel in North Carolina, USA.
The competition, organised by PharmaTimes, recognises excellence in US clinical researchers through a series of competency-based challenges reflecting real-life scenarios, which are judged by a panel of more than 30 industry experts.
This year, 64 finalists competed for the Pharma title, with the finals day held prior to the awards ceremony at the global headquarters of SAS in North Carolina.
“It’s been a great team competition this year. Everyone rose to the challenge as we really tested the team dynamic. All the team finalists were tremendous and the team who took the trophy truly deserved their win,” said competition steering committee chair and judge Carol Parish from Steifel, a GSK Company.
The winners are:
Gold - Promise Lawrence – PRA International
Silver - Sarah Connell PRA
Bronze – Adrienne Stoudenniure PRA
Narvelle Delabruere – Childrens hospital, Central Califorina
New Clinical Research Associate
Gold – Rebecca York PPD
Silver – Lee Steen PRA
Bronze – Kelly Little PPD
Gold – Allison Tallon Inc Research
Silver – Matt Eaton, Alcon
Bronze – Scott Stockmyer, parexel
US Clinical Company of the Year
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