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CLINTRIALS PROMOTES PAUL J. OTTAVIANO TO EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT U.S. OPERATIONS

 NASHVILLE, Tenn., Jan. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- ClinTrials Inc. (NASDAQ: CCRO) announced that Paul J. Ottaviano has been promoted to Executive Vice President - United States Operations, to coordinate and direct all U.S. clinical research operations. Ottaviano, who was previously Executive Vice President - Operations of the Company, will continue to report to William C. O'Neil, Jr., Chairman and CEO of ClinTrials.
 Ottaviano, who was formerly President of National Psychopharmacology Laboratories and President of International Clinical Laboratories-Eastern Division, joined ClinTrials in 1992. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology and Chemistry from St. John Fisher College, a Master's of Science degree in Microbiology from East Tennessee State University and a Master's of Business Administration from the University of South Carolina.
 ClinTrials, Inc., headquartered in Nashville, is a full service clinical research services organization (CRO) serving the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries in the U.S. and Europe. The Company designs, monitors, and manages clinical trials, and provides clinical data management and biostatistical services. Included among the company's clients are the ten largest pharmaceutical companies in the world.
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 /CONTACT: William C. O'Neil, Jr. chairman & ceo of ClinTrials, 615-665-9665, or Melissa Wilmoth of Cameron Assoc., 212-644-9560/


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