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Novotech partners with SRIS to support demand for skin disorder studies

SRIS was established as a collaboration between Agency for Science, Technology, and Research (A*STAR), National Healthcare Group (NHG) and Nanyang Technological University (NTU) to conduct high impact, inter-disciplinary skin research that would translate into improved health outcomes and quality of life.


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Updated: 12-07-2019 09:10 IST
Novotech partners with SRIS to support demand for skin disorder studies

The Partnership Program is strategically designed to bring unparalleled access to quality investigators, KOLs, and up to 4 million patients for its international biotech clients. Image Credit: Storyblocks

Novotech, the award-winning Asia-Pacific CRO, has further strengthened its presence in the region through a Partnership with the Skin Research Institute of Singapore (SRIS). With this partnership, the two groups will be working together to promote combined capabilities in skin research clinical trials.

The Partnership formalizes a long-standing working relationship between the two, enabling closer collaboration to ensure the high priority start-up of new projects, and cooperation in clinical trial promotion, business development, networking opportunities, clinical operation, training, and feasibility assessment.

SRIS was established as a collaboration between Agency for Science, Technology, and Research (A*STAR), National Healthcare Group (NHG) and Nanyang Technological University (NTU) to conduct high impact, inter-disciplinary skin research that would translate into improved health outcomes and quality of life.

Novotech now has over 20 significant Partnerships with some of the leading medical institutions in the region. The Partnership Program is strategically designed to bring unparalleled access to quality investigators, KOLs, and up to 4 million patients for its international biotech clients.

Novotech CEO Dr. John Moller said the Partnership with SRIS will support the increasing demand from biotech clients for skin disorder studies in the Asia-Pacific region.

COUNTRY : New Zealand

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