Being part of worldwide events and strategic members of key industry associations, such as Medical Alley, is one of the reasons why Argos Multilingual rises above in the localization industry. We take the time to invest in fully understanding our clients’ industries so that we know how to adapt our localization programs to match their ever changing needs. This week, our Senior Vice President of Global Sales and Life Science Strategy, Shannon Rose Farrell, will be attending the MAA Clinical 101 session located at the 3M center in Maplewood, MN, United States on November 10.
During this one-day conference the topic will be focused on the “Lifecycle of a Clinical Trial”, and how that affects local and global life science companies. We are excited to also delve into discussions surrounding Clinical Research History and Planning, Clinical Trial Start-up and Execution, Clinical Trial Implementation, and Quality Control and Quality Assurance. If you are in the area, come and find us, we’d be happy to walk you around the event. If you are unable to make it, please follow-up and we would welcome an opportunity to share our learning with you.
The Medical Alley Association, as the founder of Clinical Research 101, is a global leader in the area of healthcare innovation. MAA supports the health technology community by engaging and connecting experts from health industry and influencing policy to improve healthcare standards around the world.
To learn more, see the whole program of the meeting, here.