Responsibility for Pancreatic Cancer Research Team Moves to Seattle Non-Profit Institution
Seattle, WA. September 10, 2014 Seattle’s own Cancer Research And Biostatics (CRAB), and Translational Drug Development (TD2) in Scottsdale, would like to jointly announce CRAB’s assumption of responsibility for the PCRT, a world-renowned consortium comprised of a team of pancreatic cancer experts committed to improve treatment outcomes for patients with this deadly cancer.
Founded by leaders in pancreatic cancer clinical research, the PCRT is a consortium of more than 40 clinics and leading research institutions worldwide and serves as a premiere resource for the latest clinical trials. In addition, the PCRT provides a valuable collaborator for biotech and pharmaceutical companies looking to develop new agents for patients with pancreas cancer. This network provides the world's most coordinated effort dedicated to rapidly translating research discoveries into new treatments and care.
“Dr. John Crowley and CRAB have a distinguished record in clinical trials excellence. The PCRT has been working with the CRAB team for over ten years. It is gratifying to see CRAB take this growing group of devoted investigators to the next level”, said Daniel D. Von Hoff, M.D., FACP, Physician in Chief, Distinguished Professor, Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen), Chief Scientific Officer, Scottsdale Healthcare, and one of the Founders and current Board member of PCRT.
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