Digital trial evolution takes center stage in online event

By Jenni Spinner contact

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Related tags: Clinical trials, Clinical research, Decentralized trials, Virtual clinical trials, Remote monitoring, Data management

During a free editorial webinar on December 9, a panel of clinical trial experts will offer a range of insights into the future of research technology.

The clinical trial world is changing rapidly, thanks to numerous advancements in digital research technology. Increasingly sites and sponsors are relying upon tools like decentralized and hybrid trial design, remote monitoring solutions, wearable devices and more. Many of these revolutionary technologies were in place before the COVID-19 pandemic threw a wrench in the works, and they’ve certainly proven useful in helping trial teams keep their work going despite the challenges the virus has created.

During Digital Advances in Clinical Trials: Clinical Development​, a lineup of leading clinical trial experts will talk about how new and emerging technologies are transforming the way research is viewed, planned and conducted. Hear how artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), wearables and other highly advanced tools are impacting clinical trials, helping clinical professionals manage mounds of data and keep the patient at the center.

A collection of experts will offer insightful presentations on fascinating topics relevant to the field. Sign up today​ to hear about trends in clinical research, wearable technology, what pharmaceutical firms are up to, and key innovations from these presenters:

  • Joe Dustin head of clinical Innovation at Bristol Myers Squibb
  • Julia Moore Vogel, director for the All of Us Research program at Scripps Research
  • Asa Oxner, vice chair for the Department of Internal Medicine at University of South Florida’s (USF) Morsani College of Medicine
  • Matthew Mullarkey, director of the Doctor of Business Administration Program for the USF Muma College of Business

At the conclusion of the presentations, the experts will return for a question-and-answer session. Webinar attendees are welcome to submit their questions via the online event portal; our speakers will respond to as many of the attendee questions as time permits.

Registration for this webinar is free, thanks to the support of our sponsors:

  • Advarra
  • Elligo Health Research
  • Ajinomoto Bio-Pharma Services
  • Oracle Health Sciences

Please sign up today​ for this exclusive event. Also, please feel free to share this link with any industry colleague you feel may benefit from lively presentations and discussion about digital clinical evolution.

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