Steven Bukvic

The CEC, GxP Trainer

Steven Bukvic graduated from Coventry University in 1982 with a degree in Applied Biology. After serving in the commercial sector of the UK motor industry for 8 years, Steven joined the Pharmaceutical Industry in 1990. For the next 30 years Steven’s career in the Pharmaceutical / CRO sectors has covered a broad range of disciplines within the field of clinical research, including clinical site monitoring, project amanagement, pharmacovigilance, training, quality assurance and business operations. He has also had extensive geographical exposure having worked in the UK, US, Germany, Singapore, China and the CIS.

Steven was Head of International GCP, Medical Governance & Pharmacovigilance Training for GSK (8 Years) and Head of GCP Training for MSD (4 Years). Steven has also worked in Covance (Project Management) and Pfizer (Head of Business Operations – China) to name just a few of the multi-national companies in his career. Steven was instrumental in establishing Choice Pharma – Asia (a regional Asian CRO). As primary part of Steven’s role as CSO within SRG Steven has successfully built ‘ACROSS Global’, a unique global CRO alliance of which SRG is one of the founding partners.

Steven has a passion for training and is the founder of the Pan-Asian Clinical Research Association (PACRA) which was established in 2009. With a clear British accent, Steven has adjusted his speech over the years to accommodate the needs of non-native English speakers. He is regularly complimented for his clear, understandable, delivery style. In terms of module content, Steven’s training modules have clearly defined objectives, well structured content (with appropriate ‘sign-posting’), interactive exercises as well as ample time for Q&A.

Steven prides himself on excellent audience feedback routinely achieving median scores of 9/10 and 10/10 for both content and presentation style. In the past 12 months Steven has successfully delivered a variety of face-to-face instructor-led training modules in USA, Turkey, India and Pakistan.