(Philadelphia) May 2, 2014 – Practice Leader Dan Dumrauf of Medix Clinical Research, a team within Medix focused on workforce solutions within pharm, biotech and medical device, is moderating a workforce management panel at the MAGI Clinical Research Conference in Philadelphia on Monday, May 5 at 1:45 p.m. EST.
“Our Workforce Management panel will examine how clinical research organizations identify, screen and onboard talent and retain their top performers,” said Dumrauf. “We have great speakers on this panel who will bring extensive and diverse insight into the issue of workforce management. The panelists include, Jennifer Clauson, Director of Neuroscience Research at Alexian Brothers Medical Center, Cathy White, Vice President of Operations at Novella Clinical Resourcing and Karen Machelle Brooks, Senior Director, Clinical Operations Therapeutic Area Group Lead for Oncology, Development Operations at Pfizer.”
The Medix Clinical Research team will also be attending the four-day-long conference, spanning from May 4 through May 7. This conference hosts more than 500 attendees with 90 sessions and workshops and abundant networking opportunities.
“As our Clinical Research team continues to grow and evolve, we’re excited to seize opportunities like this to show members of the clinical research community how we can positively impact their teams through our expertise in workforce management,” said Dumrauf. “This conference is a great way to introduce ourselves to more members of the nation-wide clinical research community, so we are grateful for the opportunity to attend.”
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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