Top Three Indicators that Your Clinical Trial is Performing Well

Tracking clinical trial performance as the study progresses allows you to measure how well it’s going and ultimately, its likelihood of success.  Yet, a clinical trial can have ...
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Are Virtual Clinical Trials the Key to Patient-Centric Drug Development?

Patient recruitment and sustained enrollment is absolutely essential to the success of drug development.  However, it’s been shown that nearly 80% of clinical trials fail to ...
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Top 3 Attributes That Make an Excellent Clinical Research Coordinator

In the absence of a good clinical research coordinator (CRC), your trial has an increase chance of failing.  The crucial role of the CRC in facilitating the daily clinical ...
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5 Tips for Running an Effective International Clinical Trial

Pharma and biotech companies are always looking for ways to increase market size to help get their drug to those who may benefit.  And, let’s be realistic here, they’d also ...
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3 Key Steps for Optimizing Your Clinical Site Budgeting Process

This blog reviews key concepts in our new eBook, “How to Budget Sites for Clinical Trials”.  Click here to download your free copy. In part II of this blog series highlighting ...
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Why a Poor Clinical Site Budgeting Process Could Be Costing You

This blog reviews key concepts in our new eBook, “How to Budget Sites for Clinical Trials”.  Click here to download your free copy. The breadth of experience and expertise at ...
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Common Pitfalls When Submitting Clinical Trial Study Data

Good quality clinical trial study data that comes through the FDA could potentially avoid delay in data extraction, review and verification that will help drive your product to ...
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What to Consider Before Conducting a First In Man Trial

Conducting a First In Man (FIM) clinical trial with a novel drug product is a complicated process that requires an abundance of caution. Also known as Phase 0 trials, FIM ...
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Do You Need an IND for Clinical Trials?

Generally speaking, if the intent of a clinical trial is to determine the safety and efficacy of a new drug, or changes to an existing drug, then IND submission is required. ...
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