Month: June 2018


Site Selection Process—How the balance of objective and subjective skills can help to identify quality sites

Site selection is one of the most important steps in the clinical trial process; nevertheless, it can be the most daunting.  With over 272,000 registered clinical trials worldwide, finding respectable and high-quality sites can be a huge challenge.  Taking a step back from the typical site enrollment capabilities and looking …

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DIA 2018 Global Annual Meeting

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An Animal Study That You Won’t Forget

A recent study is making history in the field of Alzheimer’s research. For a long time, scientists have been trying to understand how neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s and dementia, develop. This is difficult to do partly because you can’t easily obtain samples of brain tissue from live humans. Attempts …

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Teamwork: An Evidence-Based Approach for Trial Recruitment

Every clinical trial comes with its own unique challenges. Sometimes the biggest challenge faced by a trial is simply not enrolling enough participants. Well-documented reasons for challenges with recruitment can stem from a complicated or unrealistic protocol or poor communication between the sponsor and investigator. However, recent studies have shed …

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Biorasi Spotlight: Iulia Tath – Intern

For this week’s Biorasi Spotlight, meet Iulia Tath, Intern, at Biorasi, LLC.   How did you become interested in clinical research? As an undergraduate student majoring in Biology, I worked with the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine as a clinical research volunteer and conducted hands-on work supporting clinical trials, …

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