Monthly Archives: September 2017

This is the fifth installment of our look at placebo response issues in analgesia and psychiatry clinical trials. Read other posts in the series here. Studies examining genetic variants associated with high or low placebo responses – the “placebome” – are relatively recent, but represent an important line of research that can yield insights intoRead more

Acne is a common, complex skin disorder most people experience at some point in their lives. While many treatments are currently available, options for severe acne are limited. Additionally, clinicians are aiming to reduce long-term broad-spectrum antibiotic use, which is becoming less effective as antibiotic resistance becomes more common. Possible solutions? More effective topical treatments and targeted therapies. HereRead more

DURHAM, N.C., SEPTEMBER 5, 2017 — Sponsors and CROs can forge stronger relationships by pursuing long-term partnerships that value collaboration over transactions. Premier Research’s top neuroscientist will discuss how when she hosts a session at Outsourcing Clinical Trials New England in Boston. Krista Armstrong, Vice President and Head of Neuroscience, will describe best practices forRead more

DURHAM, N.C., September 5, 2017 — Defining efficacy and safety endpoints that are scientifically measurable, objective, and valid is a critical challenge for developers of medical devices. At a live webinar on Tuesday, September 12 (11am EDT / 4pm BST / 5pm CEST), Premier Research will examine how clinical endpoint committees play an ever-larger roleRead more

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