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About Association of Clinical Research Professionals

The Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP) is setting standards for clinical research competence and workforce development. A Washington, DC-based non-profit organization with more than 13,000 members, ACRP supports professionals and organizations across the clinical research enterprise with the Membership, Training, and Certification programs necessary for clinical trial quality and efficiency improvements.

Badges issued by Association of Clinical Research Professionals

ACRP - Project Manager®

The ACRP-PM (ACRP Project Manager) Subspecialty Designation is awarded to a clinical research professional who has demonstrated proficiency within a subspecialty designation through a comprehensive exam. The ACRP-PM Subspecialty Designation formally recognizes an ACRP Certified individual who has met the professional standards set forth by the Association of Clinical Research Professionals.

Association of Clinical Research Professionals - Certified Professional

The ACRP-CP credential (ACRP Certified Professional) is awarded to a clinical research professional who has met eligibility requirements, demonstrated proficiency of specific knowledge and skills, and passed the standardized ACRP-CP Certification Exam. The ACRP-CP formally recognizes an individual who has met the professional stadards set forth by ACRP.

Certified Clinical Research Associate (CCRA®)

The CCRA credential is awarded to a CRA (monitor) who has met eligibility requirements, demonstrated proficiency of specific knowledge and job‐related skills, and passed the standardized Academy CRA Certification Exam. The CCRA designation formally recognizes a CRA has met the professional standards set forth by the Academy of Clinical Research Professionals.

Certified Clinical Research Coordinator (CCRC®)

The CCRC credential is awarded to a CRC (study coordinator) who has met eligibility requirements, demonstrated proficiency of specific knowledge and job‐related skills, and passed the standardized Academy CRC Certification exam. The CCRC designation formally recognizes a CRC has met the professional standards set forth by the Academy of Clinical Research Professionals.

Certified Principal Investigator (CPI®)

The CPI credential is awarded to a Principal Investigator (PI) who has met eligibility requirements, demonstrated proficiency of specific knowledge and job‐related skills, and passed the standardized Academy PI Certification exam. The CPI designation formally recognizes a PI has met the professional standards set forth by the Academy of Clinical Research Professionals.

Fellow of the Association of Clinical Research Professionals

The Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP) is setting standards for clinical research competence and workforce development. A Washington, DC-based non-profit organization with more than 13,000 members, ACRP supports professionals and organizations across the clinical research enterprise with the Membership, Training, and Certification programs necessary for clinical trial quality and efficiency improvements. ACRP Fellows are distinguished professionals who have made substantial contributions to ACRP and the industry at large.

Member of the Association of Clinical Research Professionals

The Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP) is setting standards for clinical research competence and workforce development. A Washington, DC-based non-profit organization with more than 13,000 members, ACRP supports professionals and organizations across the clinical research enterprise with the Membership, Training, and Certification programs necessary for clinical trial quality and efficiency improvements. ACRP Members are professionals located in over 70 countries globally, working in a variety of clinical research practice settings.