Are you a freelancer working with clinical research in Scandinavia? We are currently seeking freelance consultants with experience working in roles such as Clinical Project Manager (CPM), Clinical Research Associate (CRA), and Medical Writer.
As a leading CRO in the Nordic countries, we operate in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and Finland. Currently, there is a rising demand for clinical research in Scandinavia and we have several exciting and challenging clinical projects in the works. Therefore, we need to strengthen our team with a network of experienced freelancers to keep up with this growing demand.
Who are we?
We are Scandinavian CRO (SCRO), a full-service Clinical Research Organization with offices in Uppsala and Gothenburg, and a team that reaches across Scandinavia. Our clients include pharmaceutical, biotech, and medtech companies, as well as academia and other CROs.
What makes us different?
We love what we do and it shows – in the way we collaborate and how we build relationships with each other, our partners, and our customers. We’re not just successful because of what we do, but also because of how we do it. If you’re looking for a CRO that values a work/life balance and a strong collaborative atmosphere, this is the place.
Want to find out more? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or +46 (0) 18 10 05 50.
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