Monthly Archives: April 2018

DURHAM, N.C., APRIL 27, 2018 — Premier Research has been named a 2018 CRO Leadership Award winner by Life Science Leader magazine. The publication annually asks pharmaceutical and biopharma companies to rate the capability and performance of contract research organizations. Premier Research was recognized in five of six award categories: Capabilities — the company’s accessRead more

DURHAM, N.C., APRIL 23, 2018 — Premier Research’s top rare disease and pediatrics expert will discuss clinical trial planning at the World Orphan Drug Congress in Oxon Hill, Maryland. Angi Robinson, Executive Director, Strategic Development, Rare Disease & Pediatrics, will present Early Development Planning for Orphan Drugs: Tasks, Timelines, and Takeaways on Thursday, April 26,Read more

There are currently more than 300 ongoing clinical research studies, mostly in the academic arena, occurring around the world into post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in various populations. But those with PTSD may not be the only ones’ suffering. The members of the research teams trying to help those with trauma illnesses, like PTSD, need toRead more

DURHAM, N.C., APRIL 20, 2018 — A Premier Research oncology expert will discuss advances in the development of cancer drugs at Clinical Operations in Oncology Trials West Coast in Burlingame, California. Brian Huber, Executive Director for Oncology Strategic Development, will present Transforming the Oncology Drug Development Process on Tuesday, April 24, at 10 a.m. Mr.Read more

Immuno-oncology continues to be an exciting frontier in the fight against cancer. Researchers continue to develop drugs that allow the body to weaponize its own immune system against the growth of new tumors. Most uses of immunotherapies have been limited to cancers, like those in the lungs or pancreas, that produce a strong immune response. In his articleRead more

The placebo response is a real psychological, physiological, and ultimately statistical phenomenon that can be a powerful therapeutic tool in the world of medicine, especially when it comes to chronic pain conditions. For a drug to be approved, its developers must be able to demonstrate that it is significantly more effective compared to a placebo.Read more

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