“Over the last few years, a lot has evolved and continues to evolve in the regulatory environment for clinical research in India. The focus of this year’s Conference will be on how we bring all these reforms cohesively together to build the future research enterprise in the country and address research opportunities emerging in the new environment,” said Dr. Chirag Trivedi, President, ISCR. “Given the growing rate of India’s disease burden, it is essential for us to expand clinical research to facilitate emergence of a solution to the existing health challenges of our country.” Currently India has approximately 20% of the world’s disease burden and yet does less than 1.3% of global clinical research.
The Conference on February 15th and 16th will feature two parallel tracks focusing on clinical operations and data management/biostatistics/medical writing. Prior to the annual conference, five pre-conference workshops have been scheduled on February 14th on Clinical Trial Disclosure and Data Transparency, Preparation of Scientific Research Publications, Pharmacovigilance Obligations for MAHs in India, Inspection Readiness and Career Opportunities in Clinical Research.
The event is being held at The Eros Hotel, New Delhi. For more information, Click Here