Korea’s leading university for bio-health industry development and clinivation form alliance addressing regulatory affairs, international market access, and industrial development.
NATICK, MA – November 28, 2012 – Clinivation, Inc. announced today that today that it has signed an alliance memorandum of understanding with the Chungbuk National University, College of Pharmacy, in Cheongju, Korea that will expand their existing relationships and help accelerate collaborative efforts addressing international market access and industrial development in Korea, the United States, and worldwide.
Specific aims of the MOU include graduate-level and professional education, publication, seminar development, supervision, and internship in global regulatory affairs, global market clearance, and related areas of industrial development and operations.
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“It is an honor and my pleasure to work with Dean Ki-Wan Oh, faculty, students, and participants from industry and government in this important alliance,” said Joseph Kozikowski, M.D., clinivation Founder and CEO. “Education and workforce development are essential for the ongoing industrial development and growth of the life sciences industry in Korea, the United States, and worldwide,” he continued.
For more information on clinivation solutions for On-Demand Global Regulatory Intelligence, please visit the clinivation WorldView homepage.
About Chungbuk National University:
Chungbuk National University (CBNU) is one of Korea’s leading educational and research institutions. A regional research center for Bio Health Industry Development, CBNU’s Biomedical Systems Development Center has been awarded funding by Korea’s Ministry of Health and Welfare.
The Health, Medicine, and Life Science Program was the first program to develop a systematic, interdisciplinary curriculum connecting and combining basic sciences and applied technologies.
As part of the Osong BioTechnopolis- Korea’s leading industry cluster for health, medicine, and life science related industries, research institutes, and government offices- CBNU will play a major role in Korea’s growing life sciences industry.