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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.
Emerging conventions in early clinical development - data report analysis
While exploring how organisations are currently innovating early clinical development, our latest State of the Industry survey revealed interesting insights.
Using Wearables in Clinical Trials: Going Beyond the Hype - WHITEPAPER
Wearables in clinical trials may fundamentally change how studies are designed and conducted. This whitepaper looks at successful case studies.
IoMT and Big Data : How the Internet of Medical Things impacts clinical trials
Explore how IoMT (the Internet of Medical Things) can benefit clinical trials through platforms and data management.
Real-World-Evidence Mythbusting: 5 myths holding back patient-reported RWE adoption
What is holding back patient-reported Real-World-Evidence adoption in clinical trials? Bruce Hellman, CEO and Co-founder at uMotif, busts 5 myths.
Clinical trials must "embrace wearables as the way forward versus the current ‘monitored’ approach" - Access Afya founder
Melissa Menke Founder of Access Afya explores wearables in clinical trials in this exclusive interview.
Clinical data from wearables: Quality, regulatory and privacy concerns
We ask five experts what the quality, regulatory and privacy concerns of acquiring data for clinical trials from wearables and smartphones are.
The challenges with privacy and regulation in mobile health - and how to solve them
How is patient privacy being compromised by a lack of regulations around mHealth? Michelle Petersen investigates.