The Argentine Society of Clinical Research (SAIC) was founded in 1960 by Dr. Alfredo Lanari along with other clinical investigators. There are more than 700 members including teachers, recognized by different institutions such as the researchers and different universities. It is a platform with interdisciplinary scientific society. Also for those who holds their interest in basic and applied research. The organizational structure is composed of three parts: the teaching committee, the ethics committee and the board. It process very consistently: organizing various training activities, secondly evaluates clinical research protocols to avoid errors and thirdly, who supervises the above and carries out the most important activity of the company: The International Annual Meeting organized by the company over 60 years ago. It is interesting to remember that Alfredo Taquini was the first president of SAIC, followed by Alfredo Lanari Alfredo Pavlovsky, Raul Carrea, Oscar Croxatto. The papers to be presented were always reviewed by referees, with emphasis on a working hypothesis. It is interesting to note that in 1970 he was the proud Nobel Prize, Dr. Luis Leloir. SAIC remains a strong partnership that brings young researchers, fulfilling the purpose of its creation, more than 50 years. At present SAIC has about 750 members. It is located at La Plata City, Argentina. The mission of this society is to promotes basic, experimental and clinical researches in the field of health sciences, also providing different platform for discussion and training for researchers and aspiring contributing to scientific development.
The Argentina Society of Clinical Research (SAIC) has different goals for development such as:
SAIC conducts an Annual Scientific Meeting, for more than 60 years and is attended by over 1200 people, it is organized in the manner of an International Scientific Meeting, whose main activity is the presentation and constructive discussion of original scientific papers presented shaped or posters, also including conferences and symposia.Read More»