How to Detect Fraud and Misconduct in Clinical Research 3/30/2017

Thursday, March 30, 2017
6:30 PM–7:00 PM CST

This presentation will offer an overview of clinical research-related fraud and scientific misconduct. It will tackle the identification of suspected fraud and misconduct, significant cases that shaped the definition of clinical research-related fraud, recent regulatory changes, and the clinical research professional's role in the identification and reporting of suspected fraud and misconduct.


Pamela Mason

Pamela Mason, MPH,

is an experienced quality manager, auditor, course developer, instructor, and consultant who brings with her over 16 years of experience in the areas of clinical research, compliance, auditing, training, and quality assurance. Pam is also both an ASQ Certified Quality Auditor as well as an ASQ Certified Quality Manager. Pam is currently VP of Mason Professional Services, LLC and an Adjunct Faculty member for Northwestern University’s Masters Program in Quality Assurance and Regulatory Science.