Clinical & Research Excellence Awards Shortlist Xcellerate Medical Review

Covance is excited to announce that Xcellerate® Medical Review has been named a finalist in the Clinical & Research Excellence (CARE) Awards. As a finalist in the Best Sponsor-Focused Technological Development category, Xcellerate Medical Review is Clinical & Research Excellence Awards Shortlist Xcellerate Medical Reviewbeing recognized for its modern approach to improving the clinical trial process. The CARE Awards recognize excellence across the global clinical research enterprise.

The Xcellerate Medical Review informatics product provides a critical function to study sponsors to safeguard subject safety, increase the robustness and quality of clinical trial execution, improve the reliability of investigational data and ensure adherence to ethical standards. Xcellerate Medical Review is a part of the larger award-winning Xcellerate Clinical Trial Optimization® suite, a comprehensive informatics solution that can meaningfully reduce the cost, time, complexity and risk of drug development. Continue reading

Phase I cGMP Drug Manufacture at the CRU: 3 BIG Benefits

Using a cGMP pharmacy at your CRU for Phase I drug manufacturing yields benefits in quality and safety, timeline reduction and cost efficiency.

The regulatory environment continues to move toward requiring drug manufacturing cGMP pharmacy Covance Blogat current good manufacturing practice (cGMP)-compliant pharmacies. This trend and other factors make it increasingly attractive to use cGMP compounding on-site at your CRU for early development. Let’s look at Three Big Benefits for Phase I drug manufacturing:

  1. Quality and safety
  2. Timeline reduction
  3. Cost efficiency

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The Biosimilars Landscape: What All Developers Need to Know

As biosimilars to treat rheumatic diseases begin get approval from the FDA, biosimilar development remains a hot topic in drug development. Sponsors estimate Covance Contract Research Org Biosimilars Webinar 2a 35% growth of biosimilars in their development pipelines by 2020, but face a wide variety of regional and global markets along with shifting guidelines and recommendations, stressing the need to understand this rapidly changing landscape. What is the real potential for clinical and health-economic benefits offered by these agents?  Continue reading