Clinical Research Management Briefing – March 19, 2018
Experts at the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine suggest that data and analysis tools should be validated against not only available resources, but also real-world occurrences – especially when studying stigmatized behavior.
CenterWatch, March 12
Educating and increasing awareness of clinical trials among patients have been shown to improve participation numbers.
Applied Clinical Trials, March 13
Since rare diseases typically have smaller patient populations, extra flexibility is needed for clinical trials and therapy.
ALS News Today, March 12
Financial and Operations
The National Health Institutes of Health released their 2017 numbers which outline the number, size and success rate of research project grant (RPG) applications.
Extramural Nexus, March 7
IBM’s Watson for Clinical Trial matching system uses artificial intelligence to match and enroll eligible patients for clinical trails and recently saw an 80 percent increase in enrollment of clinical trials for breast cancer when using they system.
MobiHealthNews, March 8
Venture capitalists have invested $2.8 billion into biotechnology startups since the start of the year and show no signs of stopping.
Forbes, March 5
Having a robust and comprehensive software suite is key to keeping your time focused on what matters most – your research mission. Read Huron’s key considerations for selecting Animal Operations software.