Dermatology

Clinical Research: Phase 1 - Phase 4

Designing and Conducting Decentralized Dermatology Trials

August 25th, 20222:00 p.m. AET / 1:00 p.m. KST / 12:00 p.m. SGT Conducting rigorous assessments and obtaining the highest-quality data are essential to dermatology clinical research. Traditional clinical trial designs can pose obstacles for patients with busy work and personal lives, especially if they live far from a study site. Decentralized trials open opportunities...

Clinical Research: Phase 1 - Phase 4

Expert Guide to Decentralized Dermatology Trials: Five Strategies for Study Success

To optimize the likelihood of success, dermatology clinical trials should be designed with the patient in mind, minimizing the burden of participation and maximizing accessibility for a diverse population of qualified patients. In a development space as active as dermatology, where competition for eligible participants is intense, adopting a patient-focused approach is essential for meeting...

Clinical Research: Phase 1 - Phase 4

Addressing the Top 7 Challenges in Decentralized Dermatology Trials

Each year, nearly 85 million Americans see a physician for at least one skin disease, with $75 billion in direct costs to the U.S. healthcare system.[i] While the FDA has approved more than 110 dermatology drugs, these treatments address only about 30 indications, leaving the vast majority of known skin conditions unaddressed. In recent years,...

Designing and Conducting Decentralized Dermatology Trials

Conducting rigorous assessments and obtaining the highest-quality data are essential to dermatology clinical research. Traditional clinical trial designs can pose obstacles for patients with busy work and personal lives, especially if they live far from a study site. Decentralized trials open opportunities for broader patient populations, increasingly important as competition for patients grows with the...

Clinical Research: Phase 1 - Phase 4

Digital Disruption in Dermatology: The Role of mHealth Technologies in Clinical Care and Clinical Research

In a fast-paced digital world, healthcare has had to adapt to better serve consumers who increasingly prefer the convenience of web- or app-based services to in-person assistance. Mobile health (or mHealth) solutions provide increased access to care, making it easier for patients to receive care and for healthcare professionals to deliver that care. Visual assessments...

Consulting

The Changing Landscape of Psoriasis Treatment

Over the past two decades, biologic therapies have revolutionized the treatment of psoriasis, with more than half of treated patients now able to achieve essentially complete clearing of their disease. In this white paper, we will explore the history of psoriasis treatment – including topical and oral therapies – and the evolution of biologics. Psoriasis...

Clinical Research: Phase 1 - Phase 4

5 Key Takeaways: Drug and Device Development Secrets in the World of Medical Aesthetics

New treatment options for medical aesthetic indications are in record-high demand, fueled by growing awareness of the effects of physiological and environmental aging and the influence of lifestyle on skin health. By 2025, the global aesthetic medicine market is projected to be $22.8 billion, nearly one-third of which is expected to be dermal fillers. Premier...

Medical and Regulatory Affairs

Dermatology Webinar Series: Looking Ahead to the Future of Dermatology Research

New treatment options for moderate to severe dermatological diseases and areas of high unmet need are driving a revolution in clinical development of dermatology drugs. But questions remain: What indications should be pursued? How to design a study that targets the right endpoints? And how will environmental constraints affect the research? In this three-part series,...

Patient and Stakeholder Engagement

Applied Clinical Trials: Navigating the New World of Dermatology Trials

Dermatology clinical research is evolving rapidly in response to a regulatory landscape that favors clinical trials that are safer, more justifiable, and less burdensome to study participants. Putting the patient at the center of every phase of the research process — from discovery and preclinical testing to clinical trials and post-marketing studies — can help...

Clinical Research: Phase 1 - Phase 4

TrialSite News: Joining the Revolution in Dermatology Drug Development: Tips for Successful Clinical Trials

Skin diseases are the fourth leading cause of health afflictions, affecting nearly 900 million people worldwide. It’s not surprising, then, that there has recently been a noticeable increase in dermatology drug development. There are currently thousands of dermatology clinical trials planned or already launched, including a variety of programs investigating innovative, targeted therapies. Much of...