Advarra Executive James Riddle Receives SRA International’s Best Concurrent Session Award
The Society of Research Administrators International (SRA International) has awarded James Riddle, Advarra VP of Institutional Services, its Best Concurrent Session Award.
At the Society of Research Administrators International’s 2019 Annual Meeting, James Riddle presented “A Brief History of Human Research Protections and Ethics – from Nuremburg to St. Kitts.” Meeting attendees later ranked this concurrent session as the year’s best.
According to Gina Cuevas, Program Associate at SRA International, the session “was widely received and thoroughly enjoyed by attendees.”
“I’m humbled to be honored in this way by Annual Meeting attendees,” said Riddle. “I value the learnings and interactions I’ve shared with SRA International members over the years and look forward to continuing to work with the organization.”
Riddle also extended a special thanks to Sam Gabales, Advarra Digital Marketing Specialist, for assembling and adding visual interest to the presentation slides.
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