Speeding Research With Data Mining Expertise
Speeding Research With Data Mining Expertise

According to The STM Report (2015), more than 2.5 million peer-reviewed articles are published in scholarly journals each year. PubMed alone contains more than 25 million citations for biomedical journal articles from MEDLINE. The amount and availability of content for clinical researchers has never been greater – but finding the right articles to use is becoming more difficult.

  • Repurposing And Rescuing Pharmaceutical Drugs
    Repurposing And Rescuing Pharmaceutical Drugs

    Repurposing marketed drugs or rescuing compounds that failed in clinical trials offers entrepreneurs the potential to replenish pipelines with reduced risk and time.

  • The High Cost of Clinical Research – Who’s To Blame And What Can Be Done?
    The High Cost of Clinical Research – Who’s To Blame And What Can Be Done?

    The cost of new drug discovery has skyrocketed in recent years, and is something that should have everyone in the drug discovery industry concerned. Sergei Varshavsky, M.D., Ph.D., and senior VP of global strategy for contract research firm Synergy Research Group (SynRG), notes it was not always this way. Some of the greatest medicinal discoveries in the history of mankind were inexpensive to develop and test. “There was the discovery of the smallpox vaccine in 1796, ether anesthesia in 1846, and insulin and penicillin in the early 20th century,” he says. “None of them cost much. In fact, the patent for insulin was sold to the University of Toronto for a half-dollar. Despite the low cost, these drugs have saved billions of lives.” Unfortunately today’s medical community is no longer able to accomplish similar feats for such a low cost.

  • ADC: The Next Big Opportunity For Oncology Drugs
    ADC: The Next Big Opportunity For Oncology Drugs

    The commercial success of mAb products such as Rituxan, Erbitux, and Herceptin has catapulted mAbs to the forefront of molecular medicine.

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  • 33 Questions To Ask Before Buying Data Management Software

    While choosing the wrong product is never a good idea, when it comes to clinical trials software, the wrong product could be disastrous for your company.

  • Signature Requirements For The eTMF

    Sponsors and CROs want to ensure that the processes and workflows they use in their electronic Trial Master Files (eTMF) comply with all regulatory requirements, resulting in a robust system that will produce complete documentation able to withstand an agency audit. To provide a solid basis for decision-making, we’ve researched both the regulatory basis for signatures and the technology implications around how to collect signatures. Since the goal of any eTMF system is to streamline processes and increase compliance, implementing valid signature processes in the least cumbersome manner is always of concern.

  • Identifying Products For Drug Development Programs

    Assume a generic drug company, let’s call them AB Generics, Inc., always targets the introduction of its generic drugs when the reference product comes off patent. AB’s executive team has looked ahead and seen the generic cliff — few products coming off patent after 2016 — and is looking for alternative revenue sources.

  • Using PHT's ePRO Solutions In Vaccine Trials

    Electronic patient-reported outcome (ePRO) solutions are transforming the quality of self-reported data collected from subjects in clinical trials worldwide.

  • StudyWorks Online Portal For Real-Time Access To Data Datasheet

    StudyWorks is an online portal which provides real-time access to data collected using the LogPad System, SitePad or NetPRO. With standard and custom data summaries and reports, it enables site personnel to manage compliance and enrollment, while helping sponsors stay on top of their global trial at all times.

  • Therapeutic Expertise: Neuroscience & CNS Datasheet PRA is a leader in the clinical research industry, providing innovative solutions for CNS drug development.
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Medical & Regulatory Affairs Medical & Regulatory Affairs

Taking new products successfully through clinical development, submission and approval can be a difficult, expensive and lengthy process. SynteractHCR’s medical regulatory affairs group offers a wide range of services that spans the full range of product development, including training, performed by senior regulatory professionals with experience in pharmaceutical, diagnostic, device and biotechnology industries. Our medical regulatory affairs team is here to deliver on aggressive timelines and control costs, while ensuring compliance and patient safety.

Medical Writing Medical Writing

As an international, full-service clinical contract research organization, SynteractHCR strives to deliver actionable results for your clinical trial needs. Our medical writing group consists of qualified Ph.D., M.D., and other experts, and our European medical writers are all members of the European Medical Writers Association. Our translation team consists of native speakers with many years of experience in translating all documents necessary for the performance of clinical studies. Our medical writers are committed to delivering a well-designed clinical program that will meet your study’s ultimate goals.

Adverse Event Management Adverse Event Management

At Sentrx, we run the gamut, covering every aspect of pharmacovigilance for all stages of development and all sizes of clients. Whether your circumstances are more heavily influenced by clinical needs or post-marketing surveillance requirements or you are examining drug safety as part of your New Drug Application planning or preparing to implement risk mitigation strategies, Sentrx has the expertise to make your drug safety operations more flexible, cost-effective, and efficient.

DESI (Drug Efficacy Study Implementation) Drugs Approval DESI (Drug Efficacy Study Implementation) Drugs Approval
Camargo will work with you to prepare a comprehensive plan to secure approval for DESI (Drug Efficacy Study Implementation) drugs.
505(b)(2): Is it for you? 505(b)(2): Is it for you?
A 505(b)(2) is a new drug application which contains full safety and effectiveness reports, but allows at least some of the information required for approval to come from studies not conducted by or for the applicant.
Regulatory Affairs
Our team of Regulatory Affairs experts plays a pivotal role in your project from initiation to completion, ensuring compliance with applicable laws and regulations throughout the process.
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