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Cromos hires Andrey Bazovoy from Quintiles

Joins CRO as director clinical operations

Dr Andrey Bazovoy has left Quintiles to join rival clinical research organisation (CRO) Cromos as director clinical operations.

Dr Bazovoy spent 15 years at Quintiles, most recently serving as leader of international clinical project managers leading 12 clinical team leaders and clinical project managers located in Western and Eastern Europe.

Cromos operates in Russia, Ukraine, Georgia and countries of Central/Eastern Europe, and will benefit from Dr Bazovoy's experience in Eastern Europe.

"Andrey is one of the most experienced and respected top CRO managers in Central/Eastern Europe,” said Dr Vladimir Bogin, CEO of Cromos.

“His knowledge and expertise will be of tremendous value in our ongoing efforts to offer even more comprehensive high quality services to Cromos Pharma's partners and clients."

26th April 2013

From: Research

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