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Confluent Translations Takes Part in MAGI EAST 2013
Date:5/2/2013

Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) May 02, 2013

Confluent Translations, a full-service ISO Certified translation company, today announced that Business Development Manager Nancy Cardone was selected to help with two MAGI East sessions in Boston, MA from May 5-8, 2013.

Nancy will moderate the “Clinical Research Around the World” panel which will discuss regulatory issues, health systems, therapeutic areas, and subject recruiting and cultures in Jordan, Mexico, Poland, Russia, South Africa and the Ukraine. For “Innovations in Investigator and Subject Recruiting,” she will chair the discussions on analytics for site feasibility assessment and subject eligibility.

Confluent will also be exhibiting and sharing translation advice at our booth. MAGI, with over 90 individual workshops centered around quality, regulatory compliance, site operations and other clinical research-related topics, expects over 500 attendees.

Confluent Translations, LLC is an ISO 9001:2008 woman owned professional language translation services firm located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Founded in 1992, they also hold GSA contract # GS-10F-0098Y. For more information about Confluent, visit http://www.confluenttranslations.com.

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