Welcome to FHI Clinical!

We hope you’ll join us in celebrating our launch as a full-service contract research organization (CRO)! With a focus on mission-driven clinical research, we have the global expertise, responsive approaches and proven solutions to manage complex clinical research across dozens of therapeutic areas in resource-limited settings around the world. Read more about us in our press release.

We’ll be officially introducing ourselves at the World Vaccine Congress (WVC) Washington on April 14th through the 17th. If you plan to attend WVC, please join us to celebrate our launch on Tuesday, April 16th at Cuba Libre Restaurant and Rum Bar. The event will feature Cuban desserts, a rum tasting bar and door prizes. RSVP today.

And you can visit us at the WVC conference hall in booth 601 to learn more about rapid study start-up for STRIVE, the first clinical trial conducted in Sierra Leone introducing an Ebola vaccine. George Belai, vice president of global strategy, and Claudia Christian, vice president of global clinical operations, will be on hand to present case studies on this research.

We look forward to seeing you at WVC.

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2020 WOCIP Annual Conference: Educating, Empowering and Elevating Women of Color in Pharma Worldwide

“Educate, Empower, Elevate!” was the theme for the most recent conference for Women of Color in Pharma (WOCIP), a nonprofit aiming to promote the development and advancement of women of color who are employed in the pharmaceutical industry. We asked FHI Clinical team members, Tafoya Hubbard and LaTonya Jones to share some thoughts about their experiences during the 2020 two-day virtual event.

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Working Together to Expand Clinical Trials in Africa

We were honored to be part of the important discussion in a recent webinar from the African Academy of Sciences — “Strengthening the African clinical trials regulatory and ethics environment” — about extending research to areas where FHI 360/FHI Clinical has worked for decades. Participants included representatives of the AAS, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, World Health Organization (WHO) Regional Office for Africa, Novartis and FHI Clinical.

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