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We are grateful to Sponsors for their support of the Honour Roll, and commitment to the clinical trials sector.
Without these organisations, the 2012 Honour Roll would not have been possible.
The Department of Industry, Innovation, Science, Research and Tertiary Education (www.innovation.gov.au) works with our stakeholders to help shape the future economy, through discovery, skills and innovation. Our department, and the wider portfolio, are working to accelerate productivity growth and secure Australia’s prosperity in a competitive global economy. AusIndustry, a division of the department delivers Australian Government programs to help existing and new Australian businesses innovate, grow and succeed.
REGIONAL SPONSOR - Outside Australia


AccessCR (www.AccessCR.com.au) is an Australian company that advocates for the value of clinical trials, aims to improve efficiency and participation in clinical trials, and provides other limited services. It established the Clinical Trials Honour Roll in 2008. In 2012, it is sponsoring an award for Most Nominated Trial Sponsor in Australia, and regional sponsorship outside of Australia.

ARCS Australia is sponsoring awards for the "Most Nominated Research Coordinator" and "Most Nominated Clinical Trial Monitor" in Australia.
Founded in 1984, ARCS Australia Ltd (www.arcs.com.au) is the professional development association representing individuals involved in the development of therapeutic products. We are the leading Australian provider of education and information, and a forum for the exchange of ideas.
ARCS education and training is available to industry and non-industry personnel, members and non-members. 

The Kids Research Institute is sponsoring an award for the "Most Nominated Person Involved in Paediatric Clinical Trials" in Australia.
The Kids Research Institute, based at The Children's Hospital at Westmead, Sydney, Australia, has a vision to become a world leading translational research centre for children. It is a co-founding partner of the Paediatric Trials Network Australia.

Five years ago Christine Veljanoski and Mary Pym, who are both registered nurses, formed Clinical Trials Connect (www.ctc.asn.au). CTC is an on-line web-portal allowing the general public, health professionals and other interested parties to register their interest in current, or future clinical trials Australia wide.  CTC is a FREE service to the general public.

The European Clinical Research Infrastructures Network (www.ecrin.org) is a European network dedicated to improving the health of patients and citizens
across the world through clinical research. ECRIN founded International Clinical Trials Day in 2007.



Queensland Clinical Trials Network Inc. (QCTN) is the primary point of contact for domestic and international organisations seeking to undertake preclinical and clinical research in Australia.  QCTN helps identify and connect organisations (sponsors) with appropriate research institutions, hospitals, CROs and other life sciences service providers - QCTN has more than 100 of these organisations as members.