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ACRES Names Katherine Madigan VP for Global Alliances and Advocacy
Date:11/30/2013

anagement, networking and communications across the entire world of clinical research is simply invaluable—she knows how to build meaningful relationships, and we intend to put her knowledge and skills to work immediately”, he added.

In her new roll, Madigan will assume overall responsibility for building and managing the ACRES Alliance, a global collaborative of like-minded organizations, sponsors, CROs, service providers and advocacy groups committed to promoting safety, quality, efficiency and integrity in clinical research. ACRES has already established several strategic relationships with organizations that share a commitment to creating and implementing integrated systems solutions for the global clinical research enterprise that benefit all stakeholders.

In addition to her roll at ACRES, Madigan is a Principal of Madigan Partners, a professional services firm serving the life sciences and defense industries. She provides international development, advocacy and public affairs representation for clients, with focus in North America, the European Union/EEA and Asia. Her fields of specialty include healthcare, drug and device development, clinical trials, data privacy/protection, and security. Ms. Madigan graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in political science from the University of Michigan, where she also received a Masters in Health Services Administration and Public Health. She is an active member of the Junior League of Washington D.C. and the American Association of Medical Society Executives, most recently holding leadership positions as Public Relations Chair and Member of the Leadership Academy Board.

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