Researchers Develop Better Way to Determine Safe Drug Doses for Children

Determining safe yet effective drug dosages for children is an ongoing challenge for pharmaceutical companies and medical doctors alike. A new drug is usually first tested on adults, and results from these trials are used to select doses for pediatric trials. The underlying assumption is typically that children are like adults, just smaller, which often […]

Clinical Trial Complexity Levels Show Unrelenting Increase

It might not be too big of a surprise to those toiling in the clinical trial fields, but a new study confirms what many probably suspected already: Trials are getting more complex. Increasing complexity of clinical trials targeting cancer—including use of more sophisticated scientific designs, larger global scope, and greater focus on highly targeted patient […]

TRIO Continues Support for ACRP Partners in Workforce Advancement

“TRIO’s membership in the Partners in Workforce Advancement program has been a rewarding experience and continuing our relationship with ACRP was an easy decision. The commitment to best practices, growing the industry, and attracting diverse and inclusive clinical research professionals benefits both TRIO and the clinical trial community as a whole.”

ACRPtv—Spotlight On… Leveraging Data to Improve Patient Recruitment

“The recruitment phase of a clinical trial is probably the most important differentiator” among Contract Research Organizations (CROs) says Dr. Bhan in this April 28, 2021 discussion. He describes how technology can help narrow and process data to make it easier to recruit and retain the right patients for the right trial.