The mid-term evaluation of the CTM’s Clinical Research Centre confirmed the Centre’s work efficiency in coordinating health research and supporting with apparatus and infrastructure. The evaluation confirms the Centre’s effective cooperation with health and research institutions and also with the private sector.

The Archimedes Foundation, who carried out the mid-term evaluation, confirmed in its conclusion that the activities of the Centre are important for Estonia, successfully launched and the development of clinical trial support and different phase studies respond to the planned. The report says that the Centre has established available competencies for biomedical, clinical and veterinary research.

The evaluation also confirmed that CTM is rightly on the list of objects of the Estonian Research Infrastructures Roadmap. The Roadmap is a list of nationally important research infrastructure units. Read more about the CTM’s listing as an object in the Roadmap.

According to Katrin Kaarna, the CEO of the CTM, the positive review confirms that the Clinical Research Centre is moving in the right direction with its work and its goals. “We are pleased to be a professional partner for doctors, PhD students, residents, researchers, research teams, businesses and organizations in coordinating clinical research and conducting it, both in Estonia and internationally.”

The development of the CTM’s Clinical Research Centre is supported by the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund.