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It’s in the collective best interest of research sponsors, participants, and sites to get clinical trials up and running faster and with the right safety surveillance mechanisms in place. But all too often, challenges and complexities stand in the way of efficient trial activation, enrollment, and post-activation monitoring.
However, there’s an opportunity to overcome these barriers with a reimagined take on data reporting: We know that existing data can get lost and underutilized beneath piles of raw numbers. That’s where data visualization comes in—giving datasets the structure they need to be seen and put to action for more efficient clinical research.
The development of a gene therapy (GT) product has many considerations that differ from those of a traditional biologic or new chemical entity (NCE) program.
Study start-up sets the foundation for success of your clinical trial. There are many considerations for vendor selection and partnerships during development and start-up. With these come challenges: complex protocols, gaps in site expectations, problems with enrollment and retention, etc. To combat these challenges and improve the chance for success there are several important concepts to keep in mind in the context of decentralized trials.
An estimand framework has been presented by the ICH in November 2019 and the FDA in May 2021 to provide clarity on defining the reported treatment effect. This blog post summarizes the key components to the estimand framework that are covered in the ICH E9 (Revision 1) addendum on estimands and sensitivity analyses in clinical trials, as well as the supporting FDA guidance and ICH training material.
Expanded Access can be leveraged to advance and even accelerate clinical development of treatments for serious or life-threatening conditions. This webinar examin
Successful NDA submissions require a foundational regulatory and clinical strategy that can adapt to the challenges and competing priorities of the drug development process and ultimately drive the program forward. Read our case study to learn more about the approaches and activities we implemented to meet timeline goals
A very common yet very critical question for a 505(b)(2) development program is “What clinical studies are needed to support the marketing application?” The clinical program required is very dependent upon the specifics of the new drug product and indication, and the studies necessary to gain approval can range from a single bioequivalence study to a more comprehensive Phase 2 and Phase 3 clinical program.
UNITY Biotechnology partnered with Rho to execute a complex and fast-moving Osteoarthritis program with three concurrent clinical trials and database locks scheduled during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. In this webinar, hear from both the Sponsor and CRO about the creative solutions they implemented and how they worked together to pivot quickly and meet critical study timelines in the midst of the pandemic.