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Symphony Clinical Research Earns WBENC Recertification for Fifth Consecutive Year

Symphony Clinical Research, a business that specializes in in-home and alternate-site clinical research trial visits, received national recertification, for the fifth year in a row, as a Women’s Business Enterprise by the Women’s Business Development Center-Midwest, a regional certifying partner of the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WB...


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St. Louis Symphony Lowers Blood Pressure, Eases Chemo

A cancer center in Missouri has the good fortune to be visited by two professional musicians from a renowned symphony once a month. So they did a study on the effect of the music. Medscape Medical News

Qfix Releases New Solution to Improve Patient Transport and Brachytherapy Workflows

AVONDALE, Pa., Oct. 19, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Qfix announces the launch of the new Brachytherapy Transfer Device for the Symphony™ Patient Transport System. The Symphony™ Read more...


How Beethoven's Music Speaks Through the Fog of Alzheimer's

(Inside Science) — The second movement of Ludwig van Beethoven's Seventh Symphony begins with a minor-key rhythm in the cellos. It sounds like a background rhythm, which it becomes when the violins introduce a second, soaring and entirely different melody. One half the Baltimore Symphony is on stage playing one thing; the other half, another. Next to me, my wife, Carol, leans forward and smile...

A new way to capture the brain’s electrical symphony

Clinical Research News: New Title, Broader Focus

Clinical Research News | For more than 15 years, the team behind Clinical Informatics News has been covering technology and trends in the clinical research space. Now, we are announcing a new name and brand to better reflect that broad and passionate scope: Clinical Research News.  

Symphony Health Announces Availability of 340B Drug Discount Program Data

BLUE BELL, Pa., Dec. 13, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Symphony Health, a PRA Health Sciences company and a leading provider of data, cloud-based analytics and consulting solutions to life science companies and healthcare organizations, today announces the availability of 340B Drug Discount Program data. This data may be integrated directly into the company’s PHAST® NonRetail Weekly and Monthly a...

Do Brain Waves Conduct Neural Activity Like a Symphony?

A dispute at a big neuroscience meeting erupts over whether the field needs new thinking about the way clusters of neurons process information -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

Bridging Clinical Research and Clinical Health Care: Live from the event

Live updates from Bridging Clinical Research and Clinical Health Care this past week in Washington, D.C. touching on the challenges of clinical trials to the reinvention of research solutions.

WCG Acquires First Clinical Research

First Clinical is the organizer of MAGI conference & publishes the Journal of Clinical Research Best Practices, a forum with 50,000 monthly subscribers

Your son is dead. How will you remember me?

I introduced myself to the family sitting anxiously in the private room away from the chaotic symphony of beeping monitors in the main ER. When I opened the door, four pairs of bewildered eyes landed squarely and intensely on me. I wanted to look away so as not to betray my own emotions but instead […]

Shire Says 'Thank You' to Clinical Research Patient Volunteers

SOURCE: Shire Pharmaceuticals DESCRIPTION:Shire conveys our gratitude to clinical research study participants, very important people who are directly responsible for helping potential new medicines become available to patients in need. Learn more about Shire’s approach to clinical trials at https://www.shiretrials.com/ Tweet me:

Allscripts Joins with Microsoft to Explore Technology for Clinical Research

Today, Allscripts (NASDAQ:MDRX), a global leader in health care information technology, announced a collaboration with Microsoft focused on implementing an innovative, integrated model for clinical research, aiming to enhance clinical research design, conduct studies more efficiently and improve the research provider and participant experience.

AFS Technologies Announces New Equity Investment from Symphony Technology Group

PHOENIX, Oct. 17, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- AFS Technologies, Inc. ("AFS") a leading provider of software solutions purpose-built for consumer goods manufacturers, food distributors, and sales Read more...

Data-Driven Clinical Research: What We’ll Be Watching At Bio-IT World 2019

Clinical Research News | As clinical trials gather more data from wearables, patient-reported outcomes, and real-world evidence in addition to traditional streams, systems for managing and using those data are becoming top priority. At the Bio-IT World Conference & Expo there are a host of sessions exploring how this is being done. The Clinical Research News editorial staff...

Ranking the top ten clinical research organisations in the world

Clinical research organisations support pharmaceutical companies during the research and development (R&D) phase by providing a way for some of...Read More... The post Ranking the top ten clinical research organisations in the world appeared first on Pharmaceutical Technology.

ACRP developing competence standards for PIs: 'A major step forward to advance excellence in clinical research'

The Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP) is developing competence standards for principal investigators (PIs) as part of its goal to reduce variability in performance across various clinical research roles.

Blockchain’s Potential In Clinical Research

Bio-IT World | Clinical research is a complex process involving various actors where trust, data sharing, security, and visibility need to be established from clinical trial participants, physicians, researchers, service providers, sponsors, and regulators. This is where blockchain comes in.  

It’s About Time Clinical Research Sites Get Serious About Quality Management Systems

Clinical Research News | It's About Time | Leading clinical research sites have evolved so that they can deliver both patients and quality. Sites that want to survive, much less grow, have to keep up.   &#

Norwich Clinical Services

Norwich Clinical Services is a contract research organization that provides Bioanalytical Services, Pharmacovigilance and Clinical Research Programs to the pharmaceutical and biotech industries. We combine comprehensive services, exceptional customer focus, and the highly-respected resources and reputation of Norwich to offer a complete range of Clinical Services.

After 16 years, Dr. Gahl steps down as NHGRI intramural clinical director to focus on research

William A. Gahl, M.D., Ph.D., has stepped down as clinical director of NHGRI's Division of Intramural Research (DIR). Dr. Gahl has nurtured and promoted clinical research in the NHGRI DIR since 2002. He also founded and has directed the NIH Undiagnosed Diseases Program since 2008. Dr. Gahl will continue his research in NHGRI's Medical Genetics Branch and Human Biochemical Genetics Section. NHGRI ...

TriNetX Unveils Precision Medicine Analytics for Clinical Research

TriNetX, the global health research network that optimizes clinical research and enables discoveries through the creation of real-world evidence, showcased today a series of new analytical tools that enable more people to conduct health research on their own. These new capabilities build upon TriNetX Research™, a product line launched earlier this year. The company unveiled ... Read More

A year in review: A perspective from the Society for Clinical Research Sites

The Society for Clinical Research Sites builds its focus and programming around improving site sustainability. However, a troubling and ever-present factor within the clinical research industry is that, by and large, many of the problems facing the site community do not change from year to year.

ACRP launches new clinical research competition

The Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP) is accepting applications for its inaugural ACRP All-Star Challenge for sites, as well as sponsors and contract research organizations (CROs).

I’m speaking at NIH Clinical Center on Why Meaningful Use (MU) and EHRs are Insufficient for Evidence Based Medicine (EBM) and Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER)

If you’re in the DC area near NIH please join me tomorrow as I lead a discussion on why MU is insufficient for EBM and CER. Here are the details: When:  3:30 – 5:00 PM, Thursday, February 9, 2012 Where:  NIH Clinical Center (Building 10 North), Hatfield Room 2-3330 Abstract: Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER), which is being rechristened “Patient-Centered Outcomes Research”...


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