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Access to Clinical Research Regulatory Affairs Jobs

Accredited Regulatory Training + 3 Internships + Coaching till Hired

Since 2009 we provide worldwide online clinical research certification & job placement support

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For safety reasons, face-to-face consultations are not offered anymore in the Academy since May 2020 (legal address only, no admission).
For a FREE 1-hour 1-on-1 Career Consultation on your eligibility, CV adaptation, and Action Plan, suitable for you, contact us by email at info@cra-school.com, by Skype at CRA School Montreal, or by phone from 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM EST (UCT-5), and by Skype chat – till midnight.

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“An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest”
.                                                               Benjamin Franklin

Education is the best investment, and to get a diploma in the comfort of your home became the new standard of learning. Already 12+ years the CRA School offers worldwide an Accredited Clinical Research Online Certification PG program with 3 remote internships in the Academy & 7/7 LIVE SUPPORT + Placement Assistance Till Hired to help students enter this ever-growing field. 1-on-1 courses for improving oral English or French are provided by Skype on request 7/7 at additional, especially reduced fees for students. Vaccine trials created a huge demand for more staff. In the 2-nd year, most of our alumni are at $80,000/yr, and several are at rather high-level roles today. See them on LinkedIn.

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You think that you know GCP? Check do you know the GCP basics?
*NB: This is not an admission test, the course is open to everybody

The Accredited Clinical Research Post-graduate Certification program CRP 3.0 covers the Canadian, US, and international GCP regulations for clinical trials conduct. It is designed to support till hired professionals in career change, newcomers and aspiring Canadian Permanent Residents, who plan to settle in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, and the Atlantic provinces, by preparing them in advance to get a job. The special fee reduction is our contribution to alleviating the pandemic burden.

The combined CRP 3.0 PG course prepares students not only for the CRA role, but also for almost all jobs in this field that don’t require a license to practice, including CRC, SSU, CTA, RA, DM, and even CPM, SSM, DSA, PHV, MSL, etc. It is internationally accredited by CPD UK and recognized by TransCelerate BioPharma USA as satisfying all the requirements for mutual recognition among clinical trials sponsors of GCP training courses.

Individual, self-paced, ONLINE program with unlimited 7/7 LIVE support, adapted to the goals of every student. A lot of home-based jobs, excellent for young mothers. Share the news with friends, who face career change, but lack the necessary tools & support, and get a $100 Referral bonus if anyone, whom you informed about us, enrolls someday

N.B.: If you plan moving to Canada, just join us 6-7 months before your flight and arrive JOB READY with a Canadian practical experience from the 3 internships, a Canadian diploma + a network of contacts + unlimited support till hired. This detailed ONLINE program allows to resolve the obstacle of the lacking Canadian experience, to arrive eligible for interviews, and get quickly a job. Share the news <more>

PATH to clinical research

* PATH to Clinical Trials Jobs for international graduates:

Clinical Trials are a great alternative for foreign-trained RN, MDs, BDS, DVM, PharmB/D, PhT & BSc/MSc/PhD degree holders. (No need for recognized diplomas, qualification exams, nor license to practice):

* Regulatory Affairs, Data QC/QA, Drug Safety & Pharmacovigilance Jobs

* Medical Affairs roles, high wages, fast access (4-6 months detailed self-paced training with 3 remote monitoring internships & 7/7 LIVE Support till hired)

*Most jobs became home-based today. Interesting possibilities for young mothers with babies. Frequent promotions due to the chronic 30% shortage of experienced staff. See more here

* Main obstacle to get into the industry:

The law requires regulatory training AND prior experience (at least from an internship). We provide both + unlimited support till hired. Self-paced study with expected max. duration – up to 2 years. After that exams must be redone.

* What is different in CRP_3.0:

To make students eligible for interviews, in parallel to the regulatory ICH GCP E6(R2) course, 3 remote part-time non-paid monitoring internships on old studies are provided in the Academy, plus:

+  active networking support to get job leads for the “hidden jobs” that are never posted, but filled-in by references,

+  unlimited assistance in the CV adaptation for every role + interview practice and preparation in advance (till hired).

* Who is eligible:

– Candidates worldwide with nursing or any university degrees
– Research assistants, interested to join this rewarding industry
– IMG in career change (MD, DDS, DVM, PharmD, BPharm, RN)
– Clinical Nurses & CRC, looking to jump ships to the industry

* What you will get:

– International PG Diploma of Certified Clinical Research Professional (CRA, IH-CRA, CTA, CRC, DM, PM). All RA roles are covered

– “Hands-on” experience in Canadian/US regulatory environment from 3 monitoring internships, incl. Study Management Software

– Unlimited 7/7 support till midnight EST (UCT-5) from our tutors (NB: we are not a placement company, we assist you till hired)

* Who will profit to enroll:

IMG (RN/MD/DDS/DVM/PharmD/BPharm/MSc/PhD) and any life-sciences graduates worldwide. (No study permit needed. Private studies, not funded by government. Remote 100% ONLINE course, does not provide student’s visa support).


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Global Accessibility Program (GAP)

In the frame of the Global Accessibility Program (GAP)
an additional regional discount is offered for some
low-income countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America 

To enroll, interested candidates must send their CV with
current home address and their official names as per
their ID to <info@cra-school.com>
to verify their eligibility
for the GAP program and to send them a payment invoice.

The concept of our program is totally different. Self-paced
individual (not in a group), starts on the day of enrolling.
Provided worldwide, 100% ONLINE course, with 7/7 direct
contact with a tutor from 9.00 AM till midnight EST (UCT-5).
This flexibility
allows to study while working full-time.

The 3 remote part-time monitoring internships are done in
3 Phase II, III & IV studies on metabolic syndrome, LDL-C
and diabetes in the Academy, in parallel to the GCP course
and have a duration of 6 months or more.
Support till hired.

*                  FREE 1-ON-1 CONSULTATIONS                 *


Do you want to work in clinical research in Canada or

to move to Canada? Are there jobs available? How are

they paid? Are you eligible for them? Where to start?

Do I fit? You probably have hundreds of questions.


For a FREE 1-hour LIVE consultation, just say “Hi” by

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Discuss in detail the amazing careers opportunities

in the rewarding and booming clinical trials industry

and what Action Plan would be suitable for you.

Clinical research consultations

To book a FREE 1-hour 1-on-1 Career Consultation

on your eligibility, CV adaptation and an Action Plan,

suitable for you, click here

Clinical Research Nurse

Well-known fact: Nurses make great Clinical Research Coordinators (CRC) and Clinical Research Associates / Monitors (CRA). They are preferred for CRC & CRA roles, and plenty of other roles too, because they know the principles of ethical clinical practice, the medical terminology, physiology and pathology, diseases and treatments, and how clinics operate.

In Regulatory Affairs (RA), no medical acts are performed, therefore no license to practice in the country is required. Work with data and documents, organization and control of clinical trials. Well paid jobs, no body fluids, no night shifts, no exams. A FAST TRACK road to the profession for foreign trained nurses.

The Accredited Postgraduate Program CRP3.0 provides not only GCP certification, but also practical experience in the clinical trials related tasks, required by law, active support in building a network of contacts with hiring managers, assistance in CV adaptation for every role, plus unlimited interview preparation till hired. The concept is unique and not offered by other training providers.

Contact us for details on how to kick-start your clinical research career. Get 7/7 LIVE Support by an individual tutor till getting the first job in the rewarding clinical trials industry. Proof of qualification required at registration. Foreign diplomas accepted.

SPECIAL for foreign and Canadian nurses: CAN $100 off regular (non-GAP) fee with the code ICRANURSES

To apply, email your CV to info@cra-school.com to assess your eligibility, and to suggest you a suitable Action Plan.

Become an Affiliate: just share the info with friend

With the chronic 30% shortage of experienced staff, some 80-90% of the jobs are
never posted (especially the entry level jobs), but filled-in by internal promotions

and references. Companies pay a referral bonus of $1,000 up to $2,000 if they hire
the candidate that you referred. Their employees are interested to bring your CV
to the hiring manager, but they don’t know you. Hence the need to network.

As jobs are “hidden”, candidates don’t see them and these rewarding well-paid
Regulatory Affairs jobs in the booming
clinical trials industry are widely unknown.
Don’t hesitate to share this info with friends, who may profit from this opportunity.

Refer a friend and get a Referral Bonus of $75 ($50 for GAP)

Inform friends & colleagues about  these highly-paid careers in chronic shortage
of staff, our free monthly Career Events, and our Clinical Research PG Diploma
On-boarding program with 3 internships and Placement Support till Hired (PATH),
and get a $75 referral bonus for anyone who eventually enrolls in the program.

To register a Referral, email us the names and email addresses of the person
whom you informed

Bonuses are paid at the beginning of the month after the candidate enrolled.
The number referrals is unlimited, don’t hesitate to spread the news.

Medical devices webinar 29 oct, Friday
Free consultation on the CV adaptation

Electronic Data Capture (EDC) & Clinical Trial Management
Software (CTMS) training and internship are an integral part
of the CRP3.0 Post-Graduate program. This is a major hiring
requirement. It is capital to have such practical experience.

Vaccine trials hasten the need for new clinical sites & staff.
They need 40,000+ participants, 10 times more than drugs.
This means a lot of new staff to handle this huge workload.

There have never been that many new jobs in this field. It is
the best time to go to this rewarding & blooming industry.

The CRC, CTA, & In-house CRA roles are great entry-doors to
the clinical trials field as they don’t need much prior experience

The demand of experienced staff is always high & will only grow.
Share the information with friends, who will fit and can profit.

Where our graduates are working
Our International Students
Why Us




CRA School


  • Over 1000 pages detailed clinical research regulatory training

  • International, US and Canadian clinical trials regulations included

  • Internships to provide the “hands-on” experience required by law

  • Access to the “hidden jobs” through active networking assistance

  • CV adaptation and Interview preparation for every single job

What is new:



  • Placement Assistance Till Hired (PATH program, unlimited in time)

  • Reduced tuition fees through Global Accessibility Program (GAP)

  • Job leads for unlisted jobs and recommendations to recruiters

  • Program covers almost all jobs: CRA, CRC, CTA, SSU, CPM, DM, RAS

  • Preparation of MD, PharmD, PhD for top level jobs (MSL, DSA, MA)

And also:



  • Video interview practice with analysis and recommendations

  • Live support 7 days per week till late evening by qualified mentors

  • Possibilities for co-op internship in the affiliated CRO

  • Regular networking events (streamed online)

Unique approach

Get a job, not just a diploma

1) Fast access to well-paid and in-demand careers

2) International: All clinical trial careers covered

3) Internships for hands-on Canadian experience

Interview preparation

Job-specific preparation for interviews

1) Job description analysis + CV adaptation for every job

2) Preparation for every interview until hire

3) Training in advance for topics not yet covered

Professional branding

Coaching & support on Professional positioning

1) Professional branding coaching & mentoring

2) Reference letters, job alerts & job assistance

3) Networking meetings & weekly consultations

Full accessibility

Accessible when you need it

1) Online training to advance at your own speed

2) 7/7 LIVE Support by Skype till late evening

3) Flexible payment options adapted to your needs (2, 3 or 6 installments)

Job insertion support

Active Job Placement Assistance

1) Instructions on pre-selection questionnaires

2) Coaching on typical interview questions & traps

3) Introduction to industry slang & terminology

...AND more!

International program for all needs

1) US, Canada, EU, ICH GCP & QC regulations

2) Options for GCP professionals, MD, MSc/PhD

3) Referral Program with unlimited bonuses

Who We Are

About Us

The International Clinical Research Academy (the CRA School) is the only provider of international clinical research training with internships and job-placement support (Placement Assistance Til Hired; PATH program).

Our program is suitable for candidates with life science background including RN, BSc, MSc, PhD, MD, PharmD, GCP professionals, corporate staff, IRB/REB members.

Our training is universally-applicable and provides students with a solid theoretical and practical base to work in any country.

Our Mission

Our objective is to provide the knowledge and necessary tools that will facilitate access to rewarding careers in clinical research, including Clinical Research Associate (CRA), Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC), Clinical Trial Assistant (CTA), Study Start-Up Assistant (SSU) or Regulatory Affairs (RA).

Our courses provide the building blocks that lead to other fields including Data Management (DM), Clinical Project Management (CPM), Drug Safety Associates (DSA), Pharmacovigilance (PV), Medical-Science Liaison (MSL), etc.


Clinical Trials

Roles in clinical trials

Regulatory agencies (FDA, Health Canada or other) inspect only a small part of all studies (around 2%). The Sponsor company or individual investigator who initiates a study are obliged by law to periodically  monitor the quality of the generated data and ensure that the rights and safety of the study participants are protected. The physicians (PI or sub-investigators) are responsible for the evaluation of their patients and the quality of the data

Data management, quality control & statistical treatment of study data are done by sponsor’s staff, Clinical Research Associates (CRA), in-house Monitors, Data Managers (DM), Drug Safety Associates, Medical Advisers, Biostatisticians, Project Managers and other staff trained on the study protocol, clinical trial regulations and Sponsor’s SOPs.

What is a CRA/CRC?

The Clinical Research Associate (CRA) is a monitor (inspector) who periodically visits the study sites to supervise and inspect the work of the clinical investigators and their coordinators. The CRA verifies their compliance to the protocol and the regulations, makes sure that all regulatory requirements are met and the quality of the data is acceptable. The in-house CRA or the Clinical Trial Assistant (CTA) organize all study-related activities.

The Clinical Research Coordinators (CRC) or the Clinical Research Assistants work in the medical clinics (called sites) where the studies take place. They organize all interactions with the study participants and all the study-related activities at the site. The Principal Investigator (PI) is responsible for the patients’ care, evaluations, and the conformity of all the study conduct with the law and clinical trial regulations in force.

Eligible Candidates

Companies look for good communication skills in English and university diploma, which guarantees that the candidate will be able to understand a research protocol when trained. Life sciences, health care, nursing, biology, biochemistry, biomedical engineering or allied health field are preferred.

For some high-level jobs, an advanced scientific degree is required. Prior experience is always the 1st hiring criterion. The best hiring chances have professionals with some prior practical experience in clinical research activities in N.American regulatry environment.

International candidates

Health professionals trained abroad often have difficulties when they move to another country. Foreign diplomas may not be recognized and the required local practical experience is missing.

In clinical trials, except for the clinical investigators and their nurses, all the other Clinical Research Professionals do not perform medical acts. They only work with the study data, the clinical trial organization, data quality control and documentation. Therefore, they don’t need any license to practice in the country. Today most jobs became home-based and are done remotely

Hear from our students!
“Dear all, I am very thrilled to share with you that I recently accepted an offer for CTA role at IQVIA. Your support throughout the job search was really awesome. I will be committed to complete my CRA certification program once I advance my training in the new company. Thanks again.”

Shamisa H. – Iran

“I discussed the JD and how to adapt my CV with the Support but at the interview I got stressed and I didn’t answer some questions like I wanted. Svet suggested sending an email with the checklist that I developed during the course and I was called for a 2-nd interview. I am very happy that I got the CRC job and I will continue the course with the monitoring module.”

Lachance from Montreal

“Yes, I got the IRB manual that you sent me and the interview went very well. Thanks for the help! I got a job offer for IRB Associate and I am starting on Sept. 2. I will be very busy in the first months but we will keep in touch”

Lebed from Russia

“Merci. Ma femme et le bébé se portent bien et j’ai trouvé un travail. Je travaille actuellement comme coordinateur de recherche clinique au CHUM. Bien que par ce travail je suis énormément en contact avec les moniteurs des compagnies pharmaceutiques et les clinical trials manager, je suis toujours à la recherche d’un poste d’ARC dans une compagnie.”

Eyandja – Benin

“I have very good news. I used the strategies that I learned in the CRA course and I was officially hired by MSD as Clinical Data Coordinator. I want to thank CRA School for such an excellent program and the permanent advice and follow-up that I received so far. I haven’t finished the course yet, however, it was an essential part of the selection process.”

Gonzalez from Colombia

“Thank you so much for your congratulations. Actually, yes, INC Research is a big company, I am very happy. I would tell you that your training offered me a good knowledge to complete my interview successfully. Many thanks again.”

Touté from Paris

“Hello Svet, I want to let you know that I got a job as Clinical Research Assistant in McGill but I will have the functions also of a CRA. I will be the only CRA in my team without competitor. Thank you for all your advices!”

Mathieu from France

“I didn’t know anything about drug and pharmaceutical industry, but the CRA School helped me a lot to get familiar with the pharma field. I finished all chapters about 8 months ago, but I went to my country because my father passed away. When I came back, I got a job in data managing in a pharma company. Now I would like to pass the final exam to get the certificate. Thanks for everything!”

Tabataei from Iran

“I just started as a CRC Assistant at Innovaderm in Montreal. They actually created the position when they hired me, otherwise, I would have been a documentation assistant. I’m being trained now to be a CRC. So following the course must have given me an advantage. I just finished chapter 16 and I’m trying to organize my time to allow me to finish the CRA School course. I would eventually like to switch into a CRA role later. I think the course helped a lot.”

Chountalos – Montreal

“I would like to thank you for referring me for the Clinical Trial Associate position at JSS. I greatly appreciate the assistance you have provided me. Today I signed my contract with them. I am grateful for the time you spent reviewing my application and recommending me for the job. Once more, I would like to thank you for all your advice and help.”

Cartamil from Argentina

“I just want to inform you that i got the position in jss medical research as a CTA , i started today and thank you for all your support and help. The classes and the job insertion program are the best. Thanks to the cra training center’s team for their availability and advises. I stay available if you need anything from me.”


“Thank you for the articles, this was very helpful. They told me that actually I was very adequate. They called me few hours later and the next round is tomorrow. – The second round went even better and I am hired. I am starting next week officially as a Clinical Trial Assistant in Comac Medical. Thank you guys for your support and I will finish this course!”

Kolarov – Bulgaria

“I thank you very much for your CV adaptation service. In March this year I got a job with Quintiles Transnational, a CRO, in Ghana. This company is headquartered in USA. I know very well that your assistance on the CV helped me to get the CRA job with the company.”

Cudjoe from Ghana

“I am excited to let you know that I received an offer for the position of Clinical Research Assistant that I interviewed for last week. Thank you all for the support throughout. Your guidance and advice has been very timely and apt. I really appreciate it. I shall continue to work on completing my CRA training in the meanwhile and move ahead in my career.”

Smit from Montreal

Mana”Thanks for the articles about the interview preparation. The interview was as I expected, since they asked a lot of questions concerning monitoring experience. I was honest about my experience and I was not sure what they would decide since there were other candidates. But finally I got the position of Project manager”

Ghamlouche from Syria

Sefik”I would like to let you know that I got a job as a CRC in the OPUS Clinic . I am very happy, it is the first step :-). Thank you for everything. I would like to know is it possible to have the rest of the chapters and a certificate for what I have already studied because my new employer asked it? Thanks a lot”

Ozcelik from Turkey

“Cela fait maintenant un bout de temps que je n’ai pas envoyé de devoirs. En fait, j’ai obtenu un travail en tant que Chargée de projet de recherche clinique en rhumatologie. Également, je suis coordinatrice d’une autre étude clinique et aussi d’un gros projet de recherche clinique dont j’ai fait une demande de subvention de 2.5 millions de dollars auprès des IRSC. Je souhaite finir la formation car j’ai encore beaucoup de choses à apprendre.”

Aimable de Québec

“Cela fait un bon moment que ne nous nous sommes pas parlé. La nouvelle c’est que j’ai quitté ma job de représentant pour commencer celle d’associé en recherche clinique. Merci.”

Nali – Morocco

“Suite à une compression de personnel, je suis restée sans emploi durant 6 mois! Finalement j’ai postulé pour un poste de délégué médical, mais vu mon expérience ils m’ont proposé le poste de MSL. En fait, le fait d’avoir mis sur mon CV que j’ai suivi une formation en recherche clinique a rajouté un plus.”

Bouslah – Algeria

“Je voulais vous dire que j’ai trouvé un travail en recherche clinique grâce à une de mes relations de mon réseau LinkedIn. Je commence officiellement lundi, même si j’ai déjà fait 2 jours là-bas. Je suis très contente car je me rends compte que ma formation me sert beaucoup.”

C. Grand – Boucherville

“I have good news to share. Yesterday I received a job offer from Veritas IRB as a Documents/ Project Associate. I would like to thank you for your encouragement and support. The CRA certificate opened a lot of doors for me. All you said about networking is true and I got all interviews through my contacts in one way or another. I started officially this week. It’s nice to see familiar faces from the school there!”

Stephan from Jordan

“I was unable to find a job when I heard about CRA School. I was lucky to get accepted and volunteered there to build my network. I got 2 interviews in Pharmascience, but I was only at chapter 4 and had insufficient experience. Two weeks later they called me to say that they created a special position for me. I am so thankful to Mamadou and Svet for all their help.”

Doggui from Pharmascience

“I wanted to thank you for your help, advises and recommendations. In November I started as CRC in the JGH. The recruiter was actually a former consultant of your school and it was a very good reference. It is in the field of onco-surgery, not an entry level job. I am very happy and my mother also”

Kosher from Montreal

“I started networking since from the first chapter as suggested in the course and a few weeks later I found a job as Research Assistant in the McGill University. I will continue the course as soon as I can because I am on the forth chapter only. I want to move to a CRA position one day.”

Mefanche from Cameroun

“I wanted to share with you that I found a job as Study Management Specialist for Aptalis, I am very pleased that I had the opportunity to work with the CRA school and I want to thank you enormously for all the advices and all the guidance, always given with a lot of respect and professionalism. Thanks again”

Zamudio from Colombia

“First of all, I would like to tell you that I am really impressed by the quality of your school. The service is excellent and we can always have feedback in a timely fashion when needed. I really enjoy reading the chapters and am always impatient to go to the next one. I love it! I have only good words for your school and I am spreading my thoughts around.”

Bordeleau from Montreal

“I was very busy because 2 weeks ago we got baby twins and I had an interview for an internship in the same clinic where Cedric started. After he got the CDA job, he told me about this opportunity. The Job Insertion Program really works. The interview went pretty good. I will start in January.”

Zallif from Morocco

Representatives and consultants

Consultants and Representatives

Clinical Research Advisor

Ken Boudreault,
Senior CRA II
Synteract, Montreal
Consultant & Mentor
20+ years experience

Data Management Advisor

Nassima Benmouffok
Ass. Director of Data Management,
Ethica CRO, Montreal
Senior Data Manager

Medical Science Liaison Advisor

Thomas Rolain,
Syneos Health

Pharmacovigilance and Drug Safety Advisor

Bersabeh Boroumand
Pharmacovigilance Consultant
Elite Safety Sciences, USA
PharmD, MBA, MSc, CRRP, PhV



Medical Writing Advisor

Sefika Ozturk, PhD
Medical advisor
MSL at Merck

Clinical Trials Management Advisor

Radia Ouelaa, PhD
Clinical Team Manager, PPD

Clinical Research Management

Janet Vergara, SrCRA
Ass.Director at Merck
Clinical Research Manager

Clinical Trials Advisor, Trainer and dedicated Mentor

Bahareh Najjar SrCRA
MedPace, Montreal
CRA Mentor and Trainer

Clinical Operations Advisor

Anna Leonov, PhD
Clinical Operations
Syneos Health

Regulatory Affairs Advisor and Mentor

Mona Ramezani
IH SrCRA at Merck
Regulatory Affairs

Medical Devices Advisor

Monir El Azzouzi,
CEO and Consultant
Easy Medical Device

Medical Writing Advisor and dedicated Mentor

Dr Anand Devasthanam, PhD
Ass. Medical Director
Syneos Health, Boston


Karima Kezadri, MBA, MSc, CCRP
Regional Rep. for
Maghreb & MENA
Tel: +213559918058


David Dele-Davids
Lagos, Nigeria.
WhatsAp: +19495202173


Monisha Sundar
Ontario; Canada
New Delhi; India
Tel: +16472387293


Dr. Jamil Rashed
Sofia, Bulgaria.
Tel: +359879450847


Jyothi Surada,
BPharm, CCRP


Benard Kimwei
Burnaby, BC
Tel: +1 403 465 6900


Olaniyi Taiwo
Edmonton, AB
Tel:​ +1 306 450 2974


Dina Tabatabaei, MA,
CCRP, CRA School Rep
Brandon, MB


David Dele-Davids
Baltimore, MD, USA.
Tel: +1(949)520-2173


Daniel Okodan, MSc,
Entebbe, Uganda


Taline Sagherian, RD
CCRP, Dubai, UAE
+(971) 50 935 4208


Oluwafemi Ojo, MD, CCRA
Physician, Tawua, Fiji


Alshaimaa Adawy, PhD, MD, CCRA
CRA, MedPace, Munich, Germany




Sylvia Namanda,
Makarere University
(+256) 756 762 005


Regional Manager
Afrika at MCT-CRO


Medical Writer

Christina Sanguinetti,
Medical Writer, CEO
LaconicMed, ON

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