The Role of the Medical Photographer within Clinical Research

Mar 29, 2012

Clinical research organisations are becoming more aware of the benefits of engaging with medical photographers, who are highly specialised in their profession, to ensure the accuracy, suitability and integrity of the visual data that supports or validates a clinical trial. Jo Truelove, Senior Medical Photographer at Illingworth Research, explains what was once seen as an optional extra is now being viewed as a service that has a substantial impact on proving or disproving a compound’s value in a study, potentially saving significant costs and, more importantly, lives ...

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Amsterdam BioMet: Building the Metropolitan Area for Life Sciences

Mar 29, 2012

At the heart of European Life Sciences, the Netherlands offers a longstanding tradition of biomedical research. In the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area, scientific excellence is empowered by metropolitan strengths, turning the region into a unique hotspot for life sciences. Sandra Migchielsen, Senior Project Manager / Cluster Manager for Life Sciences at Amsterdam Innovation Motor, hosting BIO-Europe Spring® in March 2012, illustrates how the region is building its niche as the Netherlands’ only BioMetropolitan Area. ...

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Molecules to Markets

Mar 29, 2012

In any major pharmaceutical operation there are hundreds of different functions, departments and teams. Trying to understand how it all fits together can be a nightmare. Just to make it more complicated there are also different ‘views’ of the organisation – functional hierarchy, therapy areas, project structures, and so on. John Faulkes, Key Associate from PPMLD describes how the pharma business fits together. ...

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