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CRM Bulletin Issue 15: "Celebrating Clinical Trials" is out!
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Embracing Digital Health
The 12th National Conference for Clinical Research (NCCR) brought together medical experts and researchers under one platform to understand the way digital technology can impact the Malaysian healthcare delivery system, thus potentially improving patient outcomes.
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Lee Wei Xin received CRM Education Scholarship
Clinical Research Malaysia (CRM) had the signing of CRM Education Scholarship Agreement between CRM and National Pharmaceutical Regulatory Agency - NPRA​ officer, Ms. Lee Wei Xin
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Celebrating Clinical Research Through the Clinical Trials Day 2018 & 2nd IKN Research Day
Clinical Trials Day 2018 was held at the Institut Kanser Negara (IKN), its second time since its initiation last year, to celebrate patients, volunteers and medical professionals involved in clinical trials. Clinical Research Malaysia (CRM) partnered with Clinical Research Centre (CRC) and IKN to organise this momentous event in conjunction of IKN’s 5th anniversary.
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Press Release: Malaysia Takes the Lead on a Public Health Approach to Hepatitis C with New Initiative to Enhance Diagnosis & Treatment
The Foundation for Innovative New Diagnostics (FIND) and Clinical Research Malaysia (CRM) today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to collaborate in the research and development of an innovative Hep C diagnostic testing strategy.
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First to Recruit Patient for ELIOS Trial Globally, Congratulations Sarawak General Hospital
Congratulations Dr. Voon Pei Jye and his clinical trial team for being the first site to recruit patient for ELIOS trial globally.
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Hospital Sibu Top Enroller in APAC Region for Respiratory Study
Congratulations Dr. Toh Teck Hock and his study team from Hospital Sibu, Sarawak for being the Top Enroller in APAC region for a Respiratory Study with 20% more patients recruited!
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Hospital Miri 2nd Top Recruiter Globally for Respiratory Study
The study team is lead by Principle Investigator, Dr. Desmond Samuel and supported by 2 of CRM's study coordinators Ms. Salina Lisang and Wan Ainor. We hope for more great success story from the site. Thank you for making Malaysia proud!
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Clinical Research Malaysia Forms Two Global Partnerships and New Foreign Investments
Hematogenix, a global leader in integrated laboratory services, and Novotech, Australia’s largest independent contract research organization (CRO) have both signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Clinical Research Malaysia (CRM) to establish strategic partnerships in clinical research.
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Clinical Research Malaysia

It’s this Saturday, 20th October 2018! All are invited. Don’t forget to RSVP today. See you there!

To RSVP, please visit:
docs.google.com/forms/d/1Oq6XACiRDgUENekmGi0VaXXKd8X38qjBDw98OzW9flw/viewform?edit_requested=true

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The Taipei Medical University cordially invites you to:

“TMU X MALAYSIA NETWORKING RECEPTION”

Date: Saturday, October 20, 2018
Venue: Ibis Kuala Lumpur City Centre Hotel
11th Floor, Hibiscus Meeting Room

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About the Event:
Among Taiwan’s leading private universities, we work closely with partners in Asia and worldwide to optimize students’ achievement, enhance biomedical research and assist the communities we work with.

We sincerely invite you to join us to share updates and achievements and explore future collaboration opportunities at TMU’s inaugural professional networking event in Malaysia.

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The Program:

13.30 – Registration and Refreshments

14.00 –
• Opening remarks
• Session I: Establishing a well-organized system for clinical trials: Preparing nurturing environments for the last step of biomedical research
• Session II: Cancer – No longer a death sentence: Translational cancer research at TMU
• Closing

15.00 – Networking

15.30 – End

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More About the Sessions:

Session I
Establishing a well-organized system for clinical trials: Preparing nurturing environments for the last step of biomedical research

Clinical trials are the central heart of research bridging translational research to clinical application. To establish a good environment for physician to conduct research, Taipei Medical University unified the administration of clinical trial centers to the Joint Clinical Research Center for the centralized operation, effective management and acceleration of clinical trial operation. With all the efforts, the quality and number of clinical trials were escalating in Taipei Medical University. Not only sponsored clinical trials, TMU also put efforts in PI initiated clinical trials. We are now pushing this limit to international collaboration, especially the collaboration in East Asia Countries. With the introduction, we wish to bring more physicians from Malaysia to join us of this activities.

Session II
Cancer – No longer a death sentence: Translational cancer research at TMU

Cancer is no longer a death sentence. Therefore, this talk will start with the recent advances in cancer treatment and diagnosis. Then, we will introduce Taipei Medical University (TMU) and our recent progress of cancer research. We hope to have future collaborations with researchers in Malaysia and welcome to join us.

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To RSVP, please visit:
docs.google.com/forms/d/1Oq6XACiRDgUENekmGi0VaXXKd8X38qjBDw98OzW9flw/viewform?edit_requested=trueThe Taipei Medical University cordially invites you to:

“TMU X MALAYSIA NETWORKING RECEPTION”

Date: Saturday, October 20, 2018
Venue: Ibis Kuala Lumpur City Centre Hotel
11th Floor, Hibiscus Meeting Room

——

About the Event:
Among Taiwan’s leading private universities, we work closely with partners in Asia and worldwide to optimize students’ achievement, enhance biomedical research and assist the communities we work with.

We sincerely invite you to join us to share updates and achievements and explore future collaboration opportunities at TMU’s inaugural professional networking event in Malaysia.

——

The Program:

13.30 – Registration and Refreshments

14.00 –
• Opening remarks
• Session I: Establishing a well-organized system for clinical trials: Preparing nurturing environments for the last step of biomedical research
• Session II: Cancer – No longer a death sentence: Translational cancer research at TMU
• Closing

15.00 – Networking

15.30 – End

——

More About the Sessions:

Session I
Establishing a well-organized system for clinical trials: Preparing nurturing environments for the last step of biomedical research

Clinical trials are the central heart of research bridging translational research to clinical application. To establish a good environment for physician to conduct research, Taipei Medical University unified the administration of clinical trial centers to the Joint Clinical Research Center for the centralized operation, effective management and acceleration of clinical trial operation. With all the efforts, the quality and number of clinical trials were escalating in Taipei Medical University. Not only sponsored clinical trials, TMU also put efforts in PI initiated clinical trials. We are now pushing this limit to international collaboration, especially the collaboration in East Asia Countries. With the introduction, we wish to bring more physicians from Malaysia to join us of this activities.

Session II
Cancer – No longer a death sentence: Translational cancer research at TMU

Cancer is no longer a death sentence. Therefore, this talk will start with the recent advances in cancer treatment and diagnosis. Then, we will introduce Taipei Medical University (TMU) and our recent progress of cancer research. We hope to have future collaborations with researchers in Malaysia and welcome to join us.

——

To RSVP, please visit:
docs.google.com/forms/d/1Oq6XACiRDgUENekmGi0VaXXKd8X38qjBDw98OzW9flw/viewform?edit_requested=true
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Clinical Research Malaysia

The Dialogue Session.

CRM Industry Dialogue2018/2

For more info about us, please visit www.clinicalresearch.my

#CRMindustrydialogue #indutrydialogue #askusaboutclinicaltrial #advancingclinicalresearch #NPRA #MREC #NationalCRC #Oracle #towardsGloballyTrustedCompany Clinical Research Centre Malaysia17 October 2018

It’s the second Industry Dialogue for 2018! Sharing updates from MREC, NPRA, Oracle, HOD Finance and Business Development from CRM.

Special thanks to Dato’ Dr Goh Pik Pin, Director of National Clinical Research Centre for giving her Opening Remarks and being with us today.

For more info about us, please visit www.clinicalresearch.my

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About Us

Established by Malaysian Ministry of Health in 2012, Clinical Research Malaysia exists to advance global health solutions for a brighter, more hopeful future for the people by providing speedy and reliable end-to-end clinical research support for quality studies.

The development of Malaysia’s first Phase I Clinical Trial Guideline marks an important milestone in the history of clinical research in Malaysia. This guideline is part of a much bigger initiative of the Phase I Realization Project (P1RP) that aims to build a complete and comprehensive early phase clinical research ecosystem in the country. Inpouring of early phase studies presents multiple socioeconomic advantages and these include transfer of knowledge and technologies, inflow of investments, better healthcare infrastructure and increased economic activity.

Understanding Clinical Trials

A clinical trial is an investigation of the effectiveness and safety of a new or improved medicine / treatment / medical device. Clinical trials are an extremely vital process in advancing medical care and treatment. Carefully conducted clinical trials are the safest and fastest way to find treatments that work.

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We are committed to continually improve our services to meet the expectations of the clinical research industry players, regulatory agencies and other stakeholders in our effort to build a globally trusted research organization.

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MyMedR (Malaysian Medical Repository) is an open access collection of Malaysian health and biomedical research. The materials are imported from PubMed and MyJurnal. Users can use this search engine to search for Malaysian researchers and their publications.

This is a research collaboration between University of Malaya, International Medical University and Ministry of Health. It is funded by the Academy of Family Physicians of Malaysia.

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