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Andreas Diacon, TASK Applied Science, announced as winner of Christine Pierre Lifetime Achievement Award 2019
At this year's Clinical Trials Europe, the Christine Pierre Lifetime Achievement Award 2019 was presented to Andreas Diacon, Founder, Director and & CEO at TASK Applied Science.
Life Sciences in 2020: Predictions from industry insiders
Industry insiders predict how life sciences will change in 2020 in emerging therapies, clinical trials, regulations and agriculture.
Can clinical trial patient concierge and reimbursement services improve engagement?
Patient concierge and reimbursement companies can help 'encourage patients to remain in the study, ease site workload and provide an efficient and economic form of patient retention.'
6 ways clinical trials are changing
Anna Matranga from AMC Alliances & Consulting predicts six ways clinical trials will change in the next five to ten years.
What increased investment means for rare disease clinical trials
Dr Julie Vallortigara from Ataxia UK explores how pharma investment is tackling the challenges in the rare disease space and creating new partnership trends.
Tackling the placebo effect challenge in clinical trials
Dominique Demolle, CEO at Tools4Patient, explains what led her to tackle the placebo effect challenge in clinical trials.
Placing clinical trials in primary care
Kate O'Brien, a Senior Research Nurse at Albany House Medical Centre, explains what primary care research sites in the UK can offer clinical trials.
Taking an innovative approach to collecting real world evidence - Head of Clinical Development, BTG
INTERVIEW: Nermeen Varawalla, Head of Clinical Development at BTG, explores innovative approaches to generating real world evidence in clinical trials.