Current Edition

improving the quality...
Editorial Archive

Improving the quality and accessibility of clinical data collection through patient engagement

It is widely recognised that putting the patient at the centre of a trial’s design can significantly improve the quality and accessibility of data collection. …

Continue Reading →
04. Improving Blood...
Editorial Archive

Understanding Stroke from the Perspective of the Large Arteries

Stroke, as it has recently been redefined, is any objective evidence of permanent brain, spinal, or retinal cell death due to a vascular cause. In …

Continue Reading →
02. South Korea...
Editorial Archive

Scandinavia/Nordic: Are they just ice and snow?

Denmark leads the way in clinical trials with more than 4,700 so far. Sweden has run over 3,200 trials. These numbers reflect the progressive biotech …

Continue Reading →
clinical trial
Editorial Archive

Phase 1 Clinical Trials in an Era of Increasing Oncologic Success

Between 2010 and 2014, 37 new molecular entities were approved by the FDA for the treatment of cancer; and between 1995 and 1999, only 20 …

Continue Reading →
alzheimer's
Editorial Archive

CSF Biomarkers of disease Modification in Alzheimer’s Disease

The three major brain hallmarks of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) are extracellular amyloid plaques, axonal degeneration and intraneuronal neurofibrillary tangles, which can all be monitored via …

Continue Reading →
05. Australia - An Attractive...
Editorial Archive

FDA Recommends Testing Drugs for Impacts on Driving Ability

New US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) draft guidance addresses when and how to evaluate drugs for the potential to impair driving ability, an issue …

Continue Reading →