Competence inClinical Research
Prior to specifying and implementing the study support required, clinical trials take careful planning that is best guided by specialist advice.
Research on humans for humans necessitates competence, precision and utmost attentiveness.
Within the framework of developing new medicinal products and therapeutic principles, the KKS Network and its approximately 600 staff members offer study-specific scientific services throughout Germany.
Professional clinical research requires highly competent study personnel. Therefore, the KKS Network attaches great importance to academic training programmes for research staff to guarantee the professional design and implementation of clinical trials.
The Network of the Coordinating Centres for Clinical Trials (KKS Network) and its approximately 600 staff members provide expertise, design and implement clinical trials, develop training programmes for study personnel and aim at improving the regulatory policies for clinical trials.more
Sites of KKS Network members at a glance:
The Coordinating Centres for Clinical Trials of the KKS Network are affiliated with universities and work in a networked and cross-institutional manner.more
c/o University Hospital of Cologne
Bachemer Str. 86
Phone: +49 (0)221 478 96500 Fax: +49 (0)221 478 96504 firstname.lastname@example.org
ECRAN, a project in the course of the 7th European Union research supporting programme, aims at providing systematic public information about science-initiated clinical trials in Europe.more
The European Clinical Research Infrastructures Network (ECRIN) aims at facilitating and intensifying the coordination and practical operation of multi-centred clinical research projects across Europe.more
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