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AAPI Launches Global Clinical Trials Network

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Dr. AppaRao Mukkamala, a practicing radiologist for 40 years, takes an active role in the world community of Indian-born physicians. Dr. AppaRao Mukkamala maintains membership in the American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin, which supports physicians from India in achieving professional excellence.

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AAPI Launches Global Clinical Trials Network

  1. 1.  Dr. AppaRao Mukkamala, a practicing radiologist for 40 years, takes an active role in the world community of Indian-born physicians. Dr. AppaRao Mukkamala maintains membership in the American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin, which supports physicians from India in achieving professional excellence. In early January of 2015, the American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI) held its ninth annual Global Healthcare Summit in Mumbai, India. The event included addresses by political leaders as well as world-class professional education, which ran concurrently with a forum on hospital executive leadership.
  2. 2.  On the final day of the event, AAPI president Dr. Ravi Jahagirdar announced the launch of the Global Clinical Trials Network. The network, which members across the United States will provide, incorporates large groups with the capability of running trials as well as individuals and small groups whose role will be to provide referrals. Provectus Biopharmaceuticals, an oncology research company, has signed on as the network's first member. Nearly 1 million professionals worldwide witnessed this groundbreaking announcement, thanks to live-streaming of the summit.

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