We recently spoke with Liz Beatty, Chief Strategy Officer at Inato about how the company is disrupting the industry's approach to site selection. The company is headquartered in Paris, France, with US operations based in New York City, NY. Here are some of the most interesting excerpts from our discussion:
Choosing the right way to train clinical trial staff is complex and exhausting under normal circumstances. Today’s immense pressure to accommodate new virtual working styles across investigator meetings, site selection, and site initiation visits magnifies those challenges.
As we revealed in our recent report, clinical operations leaders are adopting virtual tools
We recently spoke about virtual and hybrid clinical trials with Amy O’Sullivan, Director of North American Operations at SCOPE International, an independent full-service CRO serving pharma, biotech, and medical device clients across the US and Europe. The company is headquartered in Mannheim, Germany, with US operations based in Pittsburgh, PA.
When a Sponsor chooses to engage with a contract research organization (CRO), the Sponsor team expects quality and performance in return for their investment. CROs are in business to conduct trials - and offload the work from the Sponsor’s side. So why are so many trials fraught with early hiccups? The
Making it through the clinical trial start-up process is critical for any study - and takes a lot of effort under normal circumstances. But today, with the need to conduct more and more clinical operations remotely - it’s even more challenging.
The good news is that there is a way forward,
Getting new treatments approved has never been harder, but recent research reveals that the regulatory agency has also never been faster. So why is it getting more expensive and taking ever longer to bring a treatment to market? Three words: Clinical trial delays.
It’s taking longer to bring a treatment to