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Medix Clinical Research to Exhibit at DIA 2015 51st Annual Meeting

(Washington, D.C.) June 11, 2015 – Medix Clinical Research, a team within Medix focused on workforce solutions within pharmaceuticals, biotechnology and medical device industries, will exhibit at the DIA 2015 51st Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C. from June 14-18.

“For more than 50 years, DIA has strengthened the scientific industry by bringing together thousands of industry leaders to take part in exciting developmental opportunities,” said Nick Burrows, Medix Clinical Research Account Executive. “With hundreds of educational offerings covering the industry’s top issues, every practice – from CROs, to technology vendors, to academia – can find something new to share.”

“We encourage everyone to visit the Medix Team at Booth #1846 to learn what we have to offer and to be entered for the chance to win an Apple or Android smartwatch!” added Burrows.

According to DIA’s website, the DIA 2015 51st Annual Meeting is the largest multidisciplinary event that brings together professionals involved in the discovery, development and life cycle management of medical products with the goal of fostering the innovation to develop safe and effective medical products and therapies.

“We’re thrilled to connect with industry professionals about our process for delivering quality trials on time and under budget through a sustainable workforce solution,” said Burrows. “DIA is an ideal opportunity to do so, and we are looking forward to building new relationships within the scientific community at this engaging event. “

For more information about Medix and Medix Clinical Research, please visit www.medixteam.com.

About Medix Clinical Research

The increased demand for clinical research trials has created talent imbalances for pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device and clinical research organizations. These organizations consistently struggle to balance not only finding the right talent at the right time as new trials begin, but also the burden of potentially furloughing and sacrificing people when trials come to a close. Medix Clinical Research gives your organization the flexibility to balance your trial portfolio by profiling and benchmarking top performers and managing specific therapeutic expertise to match your current and pending trials. Additionally, Medix Clinical Research will help place your team in different positions at the end of your trials and bring this talent back to your team when you need it again. Medix provides you with a sustainable and long-term workforce solution, allowing your organization to grow by finishing trials on time and within budget.

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