U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Officials Meet With Meridian Leaders to Discuss COVID-19 Vaccine Clinical Trials and Patient Recruitment

Officials from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) visited with leaders from Meridian Clinical Research in Savannah, GA. Following a tour of Meridian’s internal medicine site in Savannah, the group held a roundtable to discuss Meridian’s patient recruitment efforts and the research the company has conducted for COVID-19 vaccine clinical trials.

Attendees included:

HHS

Georgia State Representatives

Meridian Clinical Research

“We’re honored to work with the agencies and organizations reinforcing safety and progress in vaccine research,” said Osborn. “We’ve enrolled thousands in COVID-19 vaccine trials, and we welcome the opportunity to collaborate and share our experience in recruiting patients for these trials.”

Meridian sites were the first in the US to enroll patients into Phase II and III COVID-19 vaccine studies. Operation Warp Speed (OWS) program officials Moncef Slaoui, chief advisor, and General Gustave F. Perna, chief operating officer, also visited Meridian’s internal medicine site in Savannah earlier this year. Meridian is conducting COVID-19 vaccine clinical trials at nine of its 23 sites.

Earlier this month, Meridian won the 2020 Vaccine Industry Excellence (ViE) award for Best Clinical Trial Site. Meridian is also the largest member of Platinum Research Network, which won the ViE award for Best Clinical Trial Network.

Sponsors and CROs interested in partnering with Meridian should email Andrew Kimball, VP, business development, at akimball@mcrmed.com.

 

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