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Integration with eClinical software applications will drive IRT (interactive response technology) enhancements, but it is important to many study sponsors that IRT be delivered though companies that specialize in this technology.
What is the effect of a near-record volume of drug approvals? Just think about the potential impact on manufacturing, market access, late-phase clinical development, and sales and marketing activities.
Using data from several market research reports, Industry Standard Research analyzed preferred provider arrangements across clinical development, eClinical, and contract manufacturing industries. Go to ISRreports.com/free-industry-resources to see the full infographic, which includes data for the contract manufacturing and eClinical markets.
Industry Standard Research (ISR), a full-service market research provider to the pharma and pharma services industries, has collected information from outsourcing decision makers via an online survey regarding their selection and evaluation of CROs.
Over the past several decades, the practice of outsourcing has evolved from transactional, client-vendor relationships where cost savings were the primary focus, to preferred provider relationships with pre-vetted companies to start up projects quickly and then to relationships more strategic in nature to gain access to technologies, skills, or expertise not possessed in-house.
The CEO and founder of Seattle Genetics, Clay Siegall, discusses one of the company’s new technologies, sugar-engineered antibodies (SEAs).
The founder and CEO of Seattle Genetics discusses a number of interesting topics, including how he was able to get the founders of Microsoft as early investors in his company.
Clay Siegall, the founder of Seattle Genetics, explains how his company became an unintentional-startup incubator for Alder BioPharmaceuticals.
The Conference Forum’s 2018 R&D Leadership Summit employs the Chatham House Rule, which limits what information can be revealed from the event's proceedings. As one of the only members of the media in the room, Chief Editor Rob Wright shares what he can from this year's event, which had the theme “Growth: Where Will It Come From?”
Here, I aim to offer some additional ideas for how companies can best describe themselves and their products — and how PR agents, journalists, and others might describe them — by achieving the opposite of hype: clarity.