Novotech Signs MOU with China Medical University Hospital in Taiwan to Offer Enhanced Services for Global Trials
Jun 14, 2018 Picture: SYDNEY, AUS - (ACN Newswire) - Asia-Pacific specialist CRO Novotech announced today it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the China Medical University Hospital (CMUH) in Taiwan to facilitate high-quality and rapid feasibility, start-up and recruitment processes. The CMUH is a 2,054-bed facility with a dedicated Clinical Trials Centre (CTC). The CMUH deal is designed to give Novotech clients: - Faster start-up times - Access to the CMUH patient database - World-class clinical research - regulatory compliance with FDA, PMDA and EMEA - Outstanding recruiters across many therapeutic areas: breast cancer, lung cancer, colorectal cancer, Hepatitis, SLE, RA, Stroke, Diabetes, etc. - Leading principal investigators The CTC of CMUH was established in 2008 and has been led by distinguished Professor Chung Y. Hsu since 2010. According to the CTC, Professor Hsu's management principle is to deliver international standard clinical research to facilitate market approval of new drugs and devices for domestic and global pharmaceutical companies. In 2016 CTC CMUH joined the "International Clinical Trials Center Network" (ICN) which includes Switzerland Zurich University, US Harvard University, UK Cambridge University and HK University. Clinical trials in Taiwan are regulated by the Taiwan FDA, Ministry of Health and Welfare - who establish and enforce compliance with ICH-GCP standards. Under the terms of the MOU, the CMUH will provide professional and medical clinical trial advice to the Novotech team including feasibility, principal investigator selection, and assistance with patient recruitment. Novotech will promote the clinical research capabilities of CMUH internationally, in particular their Phase 1 unit. Novotech Executive Director, Asia Operations Dr. Yooni Kim said Taiwan with a population of 23.3 million has a world-class medical system and is well established as a premier clinical research location with a rich diversity of patient ethnic groups. "The MOU means... If you wish to read this full breaking news headline, plus more articles from around Thailand and Asia like, Novotech Signs MOU with China Medical University Hospital in Taiwan to Offer Enhanced Services for Global Trials, simply click on 'Read full story' below, but 1st please give us a 'LIKE' or 'SHARE' before you leave. Thank you
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