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Accovion Expands Clinical Ops Roles

August 4, 2014

Aims to support strategic growth plans throughout Europe

Accovion has made changes to its international structure for its clinical operations aimed at facilitating strategic growth plans throughout Europe. Accovion’s activities within its International Clinical Operations group have been split into four regions, Western, Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe.

Evelyn Hund, director of clinical project management, now serves as director of International Clinical Operations within the Accovion Group. She will directly supervise regional clinical operations in Western and Central Europe, supported by a deputy head of International Clinical Operations, two heads of clinical monitoring and a head of Clinical Trial Regulatory Management (CTRM).
Dr. Łukasz Sobiak, country director of Accovion Poland, has been appointed regional director of Clinical Operations for Eastern and South-Eastern Europe, responsible for oversight of all clinical operations, including clinical project management, monitoring and CTRM activities in the region. He will be supported by a head of monitoring, as well as a CTRM team.
“The implementation of a new structure for our clinical operations activities will allow us to better meet our clients’ needs in international clinical development,” said Dr. Andree Beckerling, chief executive officer of Accovion. "This new structure also supports our aim to achieve greater scale and efficiency and intensify our focus on key markets throughout Europe. With our strong and growing international team and our new structure for clinical operations we will focus on future growth in Europe.”  
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