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The Clinical Trial Business Development Lifecycle

Webinar Date: February 17, 2020

Webinar Guests: Mark Ragusa, former Director of Research at Raleigh Neurology Associates

Don’t do clinical trial business development haphazardly. Mark Ragusa, former Director of Research at Raleigh Neurology, shares his framework for systematically targeting and nurturing your sponsor and CRO relationships to create a rich, site-appropriate study pipeline. Raleigh Neurology is one of the leading go-to sites in the space. Learn how Mark identifies sponsors, adjusts his site’s value proposition, and maintains a regular cadence of communication. This high-touch, disciplined process can be your key to growth.

by Megan Richards Customer Experience Manager at CRIO
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