Tag: patient enrollment

Clinical Research: Phase 1 - Phase 4

Premier Insight 277: Optimizing Enrollment for a Phase 3 Clinical Trial During a Global Pandemic

Background A biopharmaceutical company focused on delivering innovative products for women’s health chose us to manage their Phase 3 clinical trial evaluating an investigational, thermosetting, bioadhesive hydrogel for bacterial vaginosis (BV). We leveraged our expertise in study design and execution along with our extensive network of OB/GYNs to deliver a successful clinical study ahead of...

Clinical Research: Phase 1 - Phase 4

Premier Insights From WODC

Watch Premier Research’s presentations from World Orphan Drug Congress 2020 below. Note: You must be logged into your WODC Swapcard account to view presentations Rare Disease Recruitment: Addressing Enrollment Hurdles and Differentiating Your Clinical Trial in an Increasingly Competitive Research Environment Jonathan Kornstein, Executive Director, Program Strategy, Rare Disease & Pediatrics, shares tips for overcoming...

Patient and Stakeholder Engagement

The Art and Science of Selecting Patients for Phase 1 Oncology Studies

The primary purpose of early-stage clinical trials is to determine the recommended dose and toxicity profile of an investigational drug or multi-drug combination therapy. Since molecularly targeted agents (MTAs) and immunotherapies have toxicities that are distinct from cytotoxic chemotherapies, traditional dose escalation methods using toxicity-based endpoints may not be suitable for phase I studies of...

Patient and Stakeholder Engagement

AD Trials: Three routes to increasing enrollment

Since the mid-1990s, researchers have struggled to enroll sufficient numbers of patients in their trials for Alzheimer’s disease (AD) therapies. As a result, few new therapies have actually come to market—which is tragic for the 47 million people currently living with the disease. Three key strategies, executed in concert, may help overcome recruitment issues in...

Clinical Research: Phase 1 - Phase 4

Global Alzheimer’s Disease Trials: 10 Factors to Consider

Roughly 47 million people around the world are living with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) — a number that is expected to increase to 75 million by 2030 and 150 million by 2050. Researchers are pursuing a range of treatments: disease modifying, symptomatic treatment and therapy for behavioral issues. Yet no new therapy has been approved since...