Maven Semantic: Gastroenterology Research Database

Search Over 79,000 People and Over 5,000 Gastroenterology Research Organisations

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Maven Semantic (http://www.mavensemantic.com) announces updates to their Gastroenterology research database.

The new database is now available to marketing, business development, competitor intelligence, KOL, medical affairs and related departments in the life sciences sector.

The database currently tags 79,000 individuals working in Gastroenterology. http://bit.ly/ep8Ihi.

Top 10 Countries for Gastroenterology Research (ranked by number of senior Gastroenterology researchers)

Leading organisations in Gastroenterology research include:

  • Cleveland Clinic Foundation
  • Duke University Medical Center
  • Fudan University
  • Harvard Medical School
  • Kyoto University
  • Kyushu University
  • Sichuan University
  • University of Alberta
  • University of Amsterdam
  • University of California
  • University of Chicago
  • University of Milan
  • University of Pennsylvania
  • University of Tokyo
  • University of Toronto

The database also includes pharmaceutical companies, biotech companies, CROs, hospitals, government labs and other organisations active in the Gastroenterology research field.

Sample companies in database include:

  • Astra Hässle AB
  • Eli Lilly and Company
  • Oxagen Ltd

What is Maven:

- Largest database of international medical professionals, with over 6,000,000 people and over 500,000 medical organisations;

- All records are downloadable to excel or in-house database, with email, postal address and phone contacts;

- Profile and segment the entire database using over 47,000 diseases and therapeutic areas

For more information visit http://www.mavensemantic.com/



CONTACT:

Maven Semantic
Bryan McManmon
[email protected]
Ph: +353 1 4100699

KEYWORDS:   United States  Europe  Asia Pacific  North America

INDUSTRY KEYWORDS:   Health  Clinical Trials  Hospitals  Other Health

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