Managing every study with your business priorities in mind.
Taking on the most challenging indications
From concept to conclusive answers, it takes exceptional project management
Our project managers are intensely customer-focused and adept at building the optimal team for each trial – and at moving from concept to conclusive results while working in the most challenging indications like rare disease, oncology, and neuroscience. And while they’re devoted to delivering trial success to sponsors, they have an equally firm commitment to patients, physicians, and regulators.
They also identify closely with biotech. Our small, highly specialized customers revolutionizing the development of novel drugs are in this fight for real, many staking their futures – and their investors’ hopes – on one or two compounds.
Whether it’s a small-scale pain study or an ultra-rare disease trial spanning the world, we follow a proven roadmap for planning and execution: Start with a clear objective, select and guide the best team, observe every detail, communicate relentlessly, and execute to the highest standards.
Top problems facing clinical research managers
Dealing with difficult situations is part of the job for project managers in any field, but clinical project managers must overcome a number of unique obstacles on the way to successful study completion.
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Getting every detail right
Our customer was racing to beat a competitor to registration. One critical part of the timeline: last patient out to database lock in two weeks. In sister studies that involved 800 patients at 90 sites. And several primary investigators who were heading off on vacation.