Wednesday, August 14, 2013

CROS NT Clinical Corner One Year Anniversary: the Highlights

The CROS NT Clinical Corner blog published its first post on 14th of August 2012, and we thank all of those who have followed us over the past year and even commented or shared some of our posts. We are pleased to bring weekly content about the pharmaceutical and biotech industries as well as clinical trial topics such as statistical methodology, programming and clinical data management. 

In honor of our first anniversary, here are some of CROS NT's highlights from the past year:

CROS NT has expanded its life sciences technology portfolio by joining the DATATRAK Connect Program - a program which allows for extended service offerings for the drug development process with the goal of reducing study costs and furthering business development objectives.

At the DIA 49th Annual Meeting in Boston, Massachusetts during the last week of June, CROS NT paid tribute to the host city by helping to raise $1,615 USD for One Fund Boston through 5K running events and selling t-shirts. CROS NT held two 5K runs around the Charles River Esplanade where DIA attendees donated $20 to participate. 

CROS NT and partner, CDDI, are pleased to announce a biostatistics workshop in Basel, Switzerland at the Museum der Kulturen. This exclusive workshop covers intelligent study designs, statistical methods and feasibility processes that can separate projects that ought to fail from those that deserve to succeed.

CROS NT is pleased to again sponsor the ePharma Day series in 2013. The theme of this year's event is "Letting your Strategy Drive your Technology Decisions.

CROS NT acquired Symphony EDC system from Powertrial. Symphony is a simple and inexpensive technology to effectively manage clinical trials and collect patient data electronically.

CROS NT and more than 1,400 organizations in 111 countries are combining energies in 2013 to promote International Year of Statistics, a worldwide initiative that will highlight the contributions of the statistics field to finding solutions to global challenges. 

CROS NT explains why Sponsors of clinical trials should be relying on clinical data visualization and analytics to manage studies and make better "go/no-go" decisions based on real-time clinical trial metrics. CROS Check, CROS NT's web portal for data visualization, provides a variety of solutions. 

CROS NT conducted a month long poll on LinkedIn to get the opinions of clinical trial leaders on the most significant way to reduce costs. The poll ran until 21 September and had over 130 responses. 

CROS NT has officially expanded to the United Kingdom by establishing CROS NT Limited and opening office space in Milton Keynes. Leading the UK branch will be Andrew MacGarvey, holding the title of UK & USA Operations. 

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