Clinical Trial Agreement … Does the very sound of those three words make you stay up at night?
Contracting with sites is one of the biggest pain points in clinical research – so much to consider, so much to negotiate, so many people to deal with. And the success of your trial rides on your ability to do it right … and quickly.
What if you approached site contracting as an opportunity rather than a headache? Could you accelerate study startup, reduce expenses and avoid complications? Two contracting experts say YES!
WCG Vice Presidents, Brooke Millman and Suzanne Caruso, tell you how in this 60-minute webinar. You’ll learn:
More than 19% of studies fail because they can’t get started on time. Don’t let yours be one of them. Register now!
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Vice President, Clinical Solutions, WIRB-Copernicus Group
Suzanne Caruso serves as the vice president of clinical solutions for the WIRB-Copernicus Group. In this role, Ms. Caruso oversees WCG’s robust suite of transformational solutions and manages the growth, development, and operational strategy relating to these services. She uses her unique expertise to design and develop new applications that positively impact the efficiency of clinical trials. Specifically, Ms. Caruso is focused on making WCG’s pharma and CRO clients successful with innovative solutions that accelerate time to market, improve safety, and boost data accuracy.
Before joining WCG, she served as the associate director of clinical operations, oncology at Novartis. Her prior experience includes managing the Investigator Initiated Rare Disease Program franchise and individual patient INDs for the Midostaurin program at Novartis. Ms. Caruso was also responsible for leading two of the four full boards while serving as the senior institutional review board manager at Mount Sinai School of Medicine.
Vice President of Consulting Solutions for WIRB-Copernicus Group
As Vice President of Consulting Solutions for WIRB-Copernicus Group, Brooke Millman, JD strategically navigates Sponsor clients and CRO partners through the process of generating and negotiating site contracts and investigator budgets in order to achieve study and operational goals. Brooke is an industry veteran, having started in clinical research in 2002. Most recently, she served as Clinical Legal Director at a large CRO where she was responsible for client, vendor, and site contracting services. Brooke holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and a Juris Doctor degree.