Oximio is delighted to announce its sponsorship of the inaugural launch of the Clinical Research Society of Kenya (CRSK) on 8th June in Nairobi.

The CRSK is a non-profit organization set up to represent the clinical research community in Kenya. Acting as a representative body, it will provide a conduit to serve and lead members through best practices and knowledge transfer to drive positive change and growth within the industry at a local level.

Guest speakers at the inaugural event include Dr Bernhards Ogutu, Senior Principal Clinical Research Scientist at KEMRI and Mr Rob van den Bergh, Regional Director, sub-Saharan Africa for Oximio.

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The CRSK serves as an excellent platform to bring professionals together from all areas of clinical trials research. It provides individuals with the opportunity to learn from key opinion leaders, experienced investigators, CROs and sponsors who are actively pursuing transformative advancements in the realm of clinical trial operations.

By joining the organization, members can benefit from:

  • Mentorship by seasoned research professionals
  • Networking opportunities
  • Continued advanced education
  • Discussion of professional issues related to clinical research
  • Career growth with leadership positions
  • Provide readily accessible mechanisms for regional industry development

The society attracts members from across clinical research sites and organizations including sponsors, logistics partners, students of life and health sciences and clinical research vendors. New applicants can apply for membership by emailing crskadmin@crs-kenya.org or via https://www.linkedin.com/company/clinical-research-society-of-kenya/.

Oximio’s Rob van den Bergh says “This is a fantastic initiative that will bring stakeholders together from all sectors of the clinical trials industry. By collaborating and sharing our extensive knowledge and experience we aim to improve business opportunities, processes and further promote the country as an essential destination for clinical trials.”

For further information or to sign up for the event, please visit: www.crs-kenya.org.

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