My Journey to Crown
I started working at Crown in September 2019, right after finishing my graduate studies in Translational Medicine at the University of Helsinki. For me, it was really a dream come true to get a fulltime job in the industry of my interest right out of the gates! In this blog, I aim to give a […]28.05.2020
Collaboration is the keyword of the moment in Coronavirus research
An elderly lady sits in her small room in a nursing home. At the age of 95, she has seen everything. But never before anything like this. Corona is everywhere. She is very conscious. But at the same time, it’s impossible for her to understand that there is no one to tell her why an […]18.06.2019
Performing clinical trials and research in Sweden
It is often stated that we must make it more attractive to perform clinical trials and research in Sweden. This is a valid statement and ambition. However, several main actors within the global pharmaceutical industry see Sweden as an attractive country for clinical research with a good reputation: the industry readily cooperates with clinics and […]26.06.2018
Benefits of performing clinical trials in Lithuania
Time flies. This year marks the 17th anniversary of my career in the CRO business, and my 11th anniversary at Crown CRO. I started at Crown in March 2007, and in September the same year I was appointed Clinical Research Manager and Head of the Lithuanian office. In addition, I have been involved in developing […]18.06.2018
How did we become a full-service CRO?
A few days ago, I asked our Chief Commercial Officer what was behind the company’s decision a couple of years ago to invest in Data Management and Pharmacovigilance. Päivi was quiet for a while, like she quite often is before answering. “We saw the financial potential,” she then said in her laconic way. Retrospectively, it […]14.03.2018
It’s a Privilege to Work in Finland
Advanced legislation, high degree of digitalization and Finns with high level of commitment are the key benefits of Finland in clinical research.