Project Clinical Operations

   

Project Founder:  Dr. Mimi Choon-Quinones                        Project Leader:  Charles Amidi

 

  • Problem Statement:
    • There is still no solution to major obstacles to conducting clinical trials globally due to high financial cost, lengthy time frames, difficulties in recruitment and retention of participants, insufficiencies in the clinical research workforce, and drug sponsor-imposed barriers.  This includes regulatory and administrative barriers, the disconnect between clinical research and medical care, and barriers related to the globalization of clinical research
  • Aim:
    • Offer expert advice to representatives from pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies and CROs to resolve patient recruitment issues as one of the most significant barriers to conducting clinical trials. Provide solution to recruit sufficient numbers of patients to avoid costly delays or even cancellation of the entire trial.  Patient recruitment difficulties are caused by a number of factors, some of which are fairly universal across clinical trials, while others arise due to characteristics of a particular disease or trial.
  • Objective:
    • Recruitment difficulties are caused by a number of factors, some of which are fairly universal across clinical trials, while others arise due to characteristics of a particular disease or trial.
  • Solution:
    • Support and resolve patient recruitment difficulties caused by a number of factors, some of which are fairly universal across clinical trials, while others arise due to characteristics of a particular disease or trial.

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