European Regulatory Bodies Look to Tackle Big Data

The European Medicines Agency (EMA) and the European Union’s Heads of Medicines Agencies have signed off on a new plan and taskforce with big ambitions to improve the integration of so-called “Big Data” into drug development and regulatory policy over the next several years. EMA defines big data as “extremely large datasets that may be […]

Australian Study Aims to Put Patient Care at the Heart of Cancer Trials

From bench to bedside, the journey toward new cancer therapies is full of challenges. Clinical trials—where new treatments are tested on people—are vital, but with fewer than 5% of cancer patients participating worldwide, it’s a long road to travel. Now, researchers from the University of South Australia are putting cancer patients front and center of […]

Study Shows Certain Efforts to Recruit Black Adults into Cardiovascular Disease Trials Fall Short

Black adults are disproportionately affected by cardiovascular disease but underrepresented in relevant clinical research trials in the United States. In a new paper published in the Journal of the American Heart Association, researchers from Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) systematically reviewed federally funded cardiovascular disease trials run between 2000 and 2019 to determine […]

Shane Dulin, IQVIA

The Difference Managers Can Make in Your Career

On Behalf of IQVIA – I joined IQVIA in September 2015 as a clinical trials assistant, right out of college. Since then, it’s been an exciting journey and I’m thankful for the managers that helped me along the way. I’ll never forget the first check-in meeting I had with my manager when she asked me […]