Month: April 2018


Tweaking Study Designs to Increase Enrollment in Alzheimer’s Disease Clinical Trials

Many of us typically think of Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) when we hear the word “dementia”. This is a fair assumption since AD is indeed the most common type of dementia, and accounts for up to 80 percent of all cases. Because of its prevalence, the AD drug market is highly …

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Internship Blog

An Intern’s Glimpse into the World of a CRO

As a Master of Health Administration (MHA) candidate at the University of Miami and a Program Development intern at Biorasi for the last four months, I had the unique opportunity to take a dive into the exciting process of drug development while exploring the healthcare environment that these products are …

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AAN 2018

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Magnifying Glass

What to Look for When Selecting a Risk-Based Monitoring Partner

Risk-based monitoring (RBM) is heralded as the new solution to all troubles in clinical research – the exorbitant complexity, the ridiculous costs, the nerve-wracking SAEs. Sponsors and CROs are gradually adopting RBM, but many still hesitate to jump on the bandwagon. The questions are endless: What is RBM even about? Do …

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