The Greater Gift Initiative, Inc., a Winston-Salem, NC-based not-for-profit organization announces its partnership with Meridian Clinical Research,LLC, a clinical site network comprised of four independent clinical research locations in Bellevue, NE, Dakota Dunes, SD, Omaha, NE and Savannah, GA.
Winston-Salem, NC (PRWEB) May 31, 2013 — The Greater Gift Initiative, Inc. has added Meridian Clinical Research to its growing list of site network partners. The Greater Gift Initiative (GGI) honors clinical trial volunteers who make the advancement of medicine possible by gifting one vaccine to one child each time one clinical trial volunteer makes the important decision to participate in a clinical trial. The vision of the Greater Gift Initiative is to serve as a philanthropic connector between clinical trial sites, individual investigators, CROs and sponsors by conveying a unified message to the clinical volunteer community that their participation does matter. Meridian Clinical Research is a dynamic group of medical professionals that provides a full range of phase 1 through phase IV clinical trials with an emphasis on quality, compassionate care to its patients while providing unsurpassed clinical research services to the pharmaceutical industry. With the participation of Meridian, the Greater Gift Initiative will increase the number of vaccines donated through our partnership with The GAVI Alliance and expand the positive impact of the program on the improvement of global health.
Nicole Osborn, CEO for Meridian Clinical Research, said, “We are pleased to be a part of the Greater Gift Initiative and join its efforts to honor clinical trial volunteers for their critical role in the development of new treatments and medicines. Our company’s goals line up perfectly with the Greater Gift Initiative’s mission to advance global health by honoring clinical trial participants through the gift of a vaccine to a child in need.”
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