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Interview: Adopting Consumer Tech in Clinical Trials Will Pave the Way for Hybrid and Virtual Trials

Can we make virtual trials a reality? In order to succeed, we need to start now with adopting technologies more broadly. Wearables, sensors, and other devices promise to pave the way for a more virtual future and have an immediate impact on trials today, particularly in rare disease. Read our interview with Kemi Olugemo, M.D., Head of Neurology at Akcea Therapeutics for her expert predictions and advice.

Interview: One ClinOps Leader Tells His Story on Site Preparedness, and Offers the Industry Some Advice

We recently spoke with Kevin M. Crawford, head of clinical operations at Tenax Therapeutics, a specialty pharmaceutical company based in Morrisville, North Carolina, that focuses on identifying, developing, and commercializing products to address cardiovascular and pulmonary diseases. We wanted to share these excerpts from the conversation:  ArcheMedX:  You’ve talked about the importance of telling your story. Can you expound on that?    Crawford:  At Tenax therapeutics, we're

Interview: Managing Studies In A Rapidly Changing Treatment Environment

We recently spoke with Joann Peters, Vice President Clinical Operations at Geneos Therapeutics, a biotech focused on developing personalized, tumor-targeted immunotherapies. The company is based in Plymouth Meeting, PA. We wanted to share these excerpts from the conversation: ArcheMedX: What are the biggest and/or most common challenges you meet with during the

[Interview] Increasing Study Confidence In the Eyes of a CRO Executive

We recently talked with Mike Keens, Chief Operating Officer at Firma Clinical Research, a clinical research service provider specializing in patient-focused trial designs, often with at-home visit support. We wanted to share these excerpts from the conversation: ArcheMedX: What do you see as the biggest or most common challenges to preparation for,