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Malaysia Pharma Report 2018
Through exclusive interviews with the Malaysian Minister of Health as well as the head of the country’s regulatory body – the NPRA – this report examines emerging trends in Malaysian healthcare, with Prime Minister Matahir Mohamad spearheading a bold health policy reform.
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CRM Becomes First Southeast Asia Research Organisation to Join IQVIA’s Global EPON
Clinical Research Malaysia (CRM) today signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to establish a strategic alliance with IQVIA’s global Early Phase Oncology Network (EPON). The agreement makes Clinical Research Centre at Sarawak General Hospital the first in Southeast Asia to be part of IQVIA’s prestigious network of globally qualified Phase I oncology sites.
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Japanese Pharmaceutical Companies Show Interest to Conduct Clinical Trials in Malaysia
Clinical Research Malaysia (CRM) hold a half-day seminar that targets Japanese pharmaceutical and medical device companies interested in conducting clinical trials in the Asian region. This is the first time for CRM to deliver a clinical trial seminar focusing on its home country in Japan.
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Dr Akhmal Yusof – CEO, Clinical Research Malaysia (CRM) – PHARMA BOARDROOM
Dr Akhmal Yusof, CEO of CRM sheds light on the capacity for all stages of clinical research in Malaysia. He discusses the importance of human resources for the country’s research future and explains what makes Malaysia such a worthwhile location to invest in international clinical research.
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Hospital Sultanah Bahiyah
In its early days, HSB provided services at secondary and tertiary levels with 10 fields of basic expertise and 28 sub-expertise. Currently, the basic expertise has grown into 17 specialties base with 42 sub expertise. In line with the new technology, this hospital has implemented the online Total Hospital Information System (THIS) on 23 December 2008, thus guaranteeing high quality services.
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Read all about CRM's featured Research Personality: Dr Toh Teck Hock, a Paediatrician and Head of Clinical Research Centre in Sibu Hospital, Sarawak.
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We have come far in 2018 as highlighted by Dr Akhmal and we strive for more this year.

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Study Coordinators Workshop @ CRM National Conference 2019

#advancingclinicalresearch #towardsglobaltrustedcompany #askusaboutclinicaltrials #CRMNationalConference2019 #CRMNC19 #StudyCoordinator #research #MALAYSIA #clinicalresearch #pharmaceuticalAt CRM, we continue to develop our Study Coordinators to cater demanding global clinical studies, hence at this year CRM's National Conference 2019 we invited Bayer & George Clinical to conduct the Study Coordinator Workshops respectively yesterday.

Today, we have Ms Ashlyn Ee (ClinOps Manager, Covance), giving a workshop on Oncology in Clinical Trial. We appreciate your efforts to further develop the clinical research industry in Malaysia!

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Jean-Michel Piedagnel (Regional Director) and Molly Jagpal (Senior Consultant - Communications & Advocacy) from Drugs for Neglected Diseases initiative (DNDi) South-East Asia visited our new office earlier this morning!

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Thank you Jean Michel & Molly Jagpal from DNDI for visiting CRM new HQ. We had good discussions on future research in Malaysia especially on FIH. @ClinicalRsrchMY @kfaizikhalid @DGHisham @JMP_DNDi @MollyJagpal @DNDi


CRM Plan of Action 2019 training for our Study Coordinators (SC) starts today. We invited Bayer, George Clinical & Covance to train our SC. CRM improve our SC skills from industry.
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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.



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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