The Ultimate Guide to Breaking a Novice PI into Clinical Research
This webinar was recorded on January 17, 2018.
As the number of clinical research sites continues to increase, the landscape of securing new study opportunities has become highly competitive. To adapt to this trend, breaking into new therapeutic areas has become a necessary tactic for sites. Sometimes this means utilizing a research naive investigator. How, then, do you go about securing the investigator’s first study with no clinical research experience?In order to successfully navigate the changing clinical trials landscape, successful sites must distinguish between studies that will contribute to their long-term growth and studies that should be declined and how to approach them. In this webinar, Chris Matteo reviews how to identify the right study opportunities and how to prepare your new PI to be ready to take them on.
Topics covered include:
- Leveraging overall site experience in the most strategic way to get a novice PI's foot in the door
- Optimizing your Feasibility completion strategies to maximize chances of award
- How to decide what should and should not be your first study
This webinar was recorded on January 17, 2018. Click the link below to watch the recording.
Associate Director of Clinical Operations
Chris works as an account manager to maximize the business development potential of Network site clients. “My favorite part of my job is addressing the challenges that are characteristic of my position, both as an account manager and as a business development specialist."