WCG Innovation Challenge Winner Bayer Discusses Kits4Life Program with WCG Senior Advisor Linda Sullivan
Is there a way for sponsors and clinical trial sites to donate unused lab kits and supplies for humanitarian aid? This is the question explored during Linda Sullivan’s interview with Mark Ryan vice president, head site management Americas region, and Donna Libretti-Cooke director of contracting and budgeting at Bayer and founder, Greg Folz and program coordinator, Josh Kravitz at Kits4Life. MedSurplus Alliance’s Kits4Life program was started to provide the means for unused clinical research supplies to be repurposed by organizations around the world that are qualified to accept humanitarian aid. Bayer has successfully implemented the program across clinical trial sites in the United States and is working with Kits4Life and other sponsors to expand the program globally.
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