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Services for Investigators
VAS is currently seeking both experienced and research naïve investigators to join our network.  By conducting clinical trials, veterinarians gain several advantages:
Professional Development. Remain at the cutting edge of your specific area of therapeutic interest; meet other investigators to exchange ideas and plan future collaboration; and gain comfort in working with drugs and processes not yet approved by the FDA.
Professional Recognition. Clinical investigators are often recognized as thought leaders with the professional community, and may have the opportunity to become co-authors of articles for publication.
New Revenue Stream. Clinical Trials offer the opportunity for additional revenue.
Role in the Advancement of Medicine. Clinical Investigators potentially bring breakthrough products to the market that could impact the health of animals around the world.
Introduce New Treatments to Your Patients.
Investigators have the advantage of offering patients alternative treatments that may be available only through the participation of a clinical trial.
Vet Applied Sciences (VAS) provides marketing, legal, financial and regulatory services to strengthen and increase your clinical research capabilities. We promote your practice to pharmaceutical and medical device companies enabling you to obtain the most cutting edge clinical studies in your field. With our vast industry experience and sophisticated business infrastructure, VAS is able to provide the following value-added support to your practice:
Notification of upcoming research trials and opportunities
Marketing and promoting of your practice and its capabilities
On-Site training in clinical research
Develop patient recruitment strategies
Completion of Regulatory documents
Clinical Research Quarterly Meetings
VAS maximizes your potential opportunity and minimizes your hassle in the clinical trial process. If you are interested in becoming part of our network, please register here.
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