Initiatives to Establish Capabilities in Early Phase Clinical Research in Malaysia - Applied Clinical Trials
Industry-sponsored research (ISR) has been progressively growing within Asia in the last decade. Early phase trials play a crucial role not only in drug development, but also in expanding the clinical trial ecosystem, bringing in scientific knowledge and novel medical technologies and treatments to individual countries. The benefits of conducting early phase trials also extend towards a “spill-over” effect of boosting locally conducted later phase trials leading to access of novel treatments by a large and relatively naïve patient pool and bringing in investments.
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Congratulations to CRM Sponsored Research Award winners!
The CRM Sponsored Research Award is given out each year to outstanding Principal Investigators, clinical trials sites and the industry for their contribution in sponsored research to the nation. It is given to spur and encourage more of such efforts in the future. CRM would like to honour and acknowledge their dedication in participating in […]
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Come and join us for I Am Aware Photography Series Launch & Exhibition.

The event will be officiated by MOH Secretary General, YBhg. Dato' Seri Dr. Chen Chaw Min.

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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.

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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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