5 Key Elements of Resilient Systems: Where Life Sciences and Homeland Security Intersect

5 Key Elements of Resilient Systems: Where Life Sciences and Homeland Security Intersect

“How an institution responds to a variety of crises…is one of the most challenging and consequential aspects of leadership.  Understanding what a crisis is, when you are in it, and what skills a

How to prevent clinical trial protocol deviations

When protocols are not followed, it can create serious issues that slow the study down or significantly increase costs.  These best practices can help sponsors and CROs work together seamlessly to prevent and alleviate protocol deviations in their clinical studies keeping development on time and within budget.

The life of a virtual clinical trial participant

I am currently participating in a clinical trial. I have neither seen a physician nor traveled to a site for a procedure. During my first 15 days of trial participation, my samples have been sent 43 times - and I never once had to leave my house for it.

7 trends in clinical trial data

Clinical trials are incorporating data from so many more sources today: genomic sequencing, medical imaging data, lab data, wearable sensor and other mHealth data. Today’s clinical research requires a technology platform that can ingest and integrate data from any data source.

Three questions on indication assessment

Indication assessment ensures a clear understanding of unmet medical needs, patient segmentation, and what the therapeutic profile—efficacy, safety, dosing, etc.—needs to look like to meet those needs.

How to get the most out of a CRO’s bid defense

Bid defenses can, when executed properly, be extremely valuable. We have some insights to share that we have learned from sitting through years of CRO bid defenses and seeing both the relationships and the conduct of the clinical study play out afterward.
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