Navigation Links
ACORN CRO Continues Growth in Strong Third Quarter
Date:11/10/2008

Oncology Focused Contract Research Organization Exceeds Expectations

MEMPHIS, Tenn., Nov. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- ACORN CRO, a Contract Research Organization exclusively focused on oncology, announced today that its third quarter had once again exceeded projections as the company continues to experience banner growth. "The industry has responded favorably to ACORN's ability to consistently exceed client expectations, and we are ahead of projections in both number of projects, patients accrued, and revenue generated. Our strong, active relationship with community oncology and its physicians along with our proprietary technology provide sponsors with a combination for success," remarked Steve Coplon, ACORN CEO.

(Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20081110/CLM032LOGO )

ACORN CRO currently provides services for both specific cancer types and supportive care studies with additional projects ready to launch in the near future. Positioned for continued growth in 2009, ACORN CRO has expanded its staff and capabilities. ACORN CRO's experienced team provides sponsors with Project and Site Management; Data Management via Guardian EDC(TM); Statistics and Statistical Programming; and Medical and Scientific Writing.

Founded in community oncology and grounded with the most stringent scientific disciplines, ACORN CRO seamlessly incorporates the best of both worlds. "Though ACORN operates with a strong business model focused on operational success, scientific excellence guides our organization," according to Dr. Lee Schwartzberg, President and Chief Medical Director. Nationally recognized for his commitment to research at the community level, Dr. Schwartzberg co-founded Accelerated Community Oncology Research Network (ACORN), enabling oncologists nationwide to provide their patients the most promising research initiatives.

ACORN CRO evolved in response to s
'/>"/>

SOURCE ACORN CRO
Copyright©2008 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2

Related biology technology :

1. ACORN Contract Research Organization Appoints Tara Webb as Senior Director of CRO Business Development
2. ACORN Expands Oncology Information Portfolio With Comprehensive Data Warehouse
3. Accelerated Community Oncology Research Network, Inc. (ACORN), Initiates a Phase 2b Metastatic Breast Cancer Trial in Cooperation With Bayer and Onyx
4. Acorn Acquisition Corp Announces Definitive Agreement to Acquire Lumen Medical Inc.
5. ATS Forcefield Anti-platelet Technology Continues to Demonstrate Positive Results
6. Custom NX(R) Drug Eluting Stent System Continues to Demonstrate Favorable Outcomes in Challenging Patient Populations at One, Two and Three Years
7. FDA Continues Review of Takedas New Drug Application for Alogliptin (SYR-322), a DPP-4 Agent for Type 2 Diabetes
8. Investment and Growth in US Medical Technology Industry Continues Despite Challenging Public Markets
9. Use of Biologic Agents Continues to Expand Among US Rheumatologists - Can New Agents Shift the Treatment Paradigm in Rheumatoid Arthritis?
10. Cequent Pharmaceuticals Meets Novartis Option Fund Milestone; Continues to Next Phase to Validate Inflammatory Bowel Disease Targets in Vivo
11. China-Biotics, Inc. Continues to Broaden Bulk Additives Client Base
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:12/17/2014)... 17, 2014  United Therapeutics Corporation (NASDAQ: ... well as changes to Martine Rothblatt , Ph.D,s ... United Therapeutics announced the promotion of ... Officer and David Zaccardelli , Pharm.D. to Executive ... these promotions, Dr. Rothblatt,s title will change from Chairman ...
(Date:12/15/2014)... PETACH TIKVAH, Israel , Dec. 15, ... BCLI ), a leading developer of adult stem cell ... Brainstorm Cell Therapeutics Ltd. was awarded a grant of ... Office of the Chief Scientist (OCS).  This is the ... grant support from the Office of the Chief Scientist, ...
(Date:12/13/2014)... 2014 CanDiag, Inc., a University of ... changed its name to OncoTab, Inc. , “The ... we are today,” said CEO and Chief Science Officer, ... beyond breast cancer diagnostics to include imaging and therapies, ... evolution.” , Founded in 2011 by Dr. Mukherjee, an ...
(Date:12/13/2014)... 2014 The “Global Synthetic Biology ... drivers, threats, opportunities, and challenges. , The global ... players, namely, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Inc. (U.S.), DuPont ... jointly accounted for approximately ~65% of the total ... Copy for This Report @ http://www.marketsandmarkets.com/Market-Reports/synthetic-biology-market-889.html ...
Breaking Biology Technology:United Therapeutics Corporation Announces Executive Promotions and CEO Compensation Change 2United Therapeutics Corporation Announces Executive Promotions and CEO Compensation Change 3United Therapeutics Corporation Announces Executive Promotions and CEO Compensation Change 4BrainStorm Receives $1,100,000 for its 8th Annual Non-Dilutive Grant from Israel's Chief Scientist Office 2BrainStorm Receives $1,100,000 for its 8th Annual Non-Dilutive Grant from Israel's Chief Scientist Office 3CanDiag Inc. Expands Product Scope Under a New Name: OncoTab, Inc. 2Synthetic Biology Market to HIt $5.6304 Billion by 2018 - New Research Report by MarketsandMakets 2Synthetic Biology Market to HIt $5.6304 Billion by 2018 - New Research Report by MarketsandMakets 3
... at the U.S. Department of Energy,s Argonne National Laboratory, ... Meeting 138 on Nanoalloys: From Theory to Application, to ... Birmingham in the United Kingdom. , The Faraday Discussions ... historically have been of enormous influence in reviewing the ...
... scientists and engineers assemble spacecraft, have joined hot ... places where scientists have discovered ultra-hardy organisms collectively ... in a recent NASA study have never been ... Venkateswaran, who led the study conducted at NASAs ...
... neonatologist at Childrens Hospital of The Kings Daughters (CHKD) ... funded Friday, Aug. 31, to develop a device to ... The National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant stems from ... oxygen-starved newborns dramatically reduces the incidence of Cerebral Palsy, ...
Cached Biology Technology:NASA study will help stop stowaways to Mars 2NIH grants $750,000 to develop device to determine temperature of neonate's brain 2
(Date:11/21/2014)... , Nov. 19, 2014  Earlier this year ... York College, and one of the most prolific inventors ... that are transmitted from Smartphones to third party agencies. ... and has one of the earliest known patents in ... usage in the military, child care, elder care and ...
(Date:11/18/2014)... 18, 2014  The Secure Identity & Biometrics ... jointly announce the formation of The Airport Entry ... Identity and Biometric Entry and Exit Solutions ... official support from BORDERPOL, the international non-profit organization ... provide expertise regarding border security, traveler and migration ...
(Date:11/15/2014)... , Nov. 13, 2014  While we may still ... Doctor McCoy used in "Star Trek" to gain instant access ... designed to work with smartphones and tablets for monitoring and ... the healthcare world. This may seem a tad Orwellian to ... to adopt some of these technological opportunities into their healthcare ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):Patented Biosensor Wearable Technology Provides a More Civilized Method of Quarantine 2Patented Biosensor Wearable Technology Provides a More Civilized Method of Quarantine 3Patented Biosensor Wearable Technology Provides a More Civilized Method of Quarantine 4Identity Management, Document Authentication and Biometric Companies Form "The Airport Entry and Exit Working Group", Releasing the Framework to Help Guide the Department of Homeland Security and Congress Towards Solutions 2Identity Management, Document Authentication and Biometric Companies Form "The Airport Entry and Exit Working Group", Releasing the Framework to Help Guide the Department of Homeland Security and Congress Towards Solutions 3Americans May Be Ready for a Brave New World of Healthcare 2Americans May Be Ready for a Brave New World of Healthcare 3Americans May Be Ready for a Brave New World of Healthcare 4
... "call for help" by emitting volatiles, which can indirectly ... infect, consume and kill the herbivores, to the benefit ... also be detected by other organisms. A new study ... PLOS Biology shows how secondary parasitoids (,hyperparasitoids,) can ...
... show in mice how nerves may be damaged during ... suggest that the critical step happens when fibrinogen, a ... activates immune cells called microglia. "We have shown ... an associate investigator at the Gladstone Institute for Neurological ...
... French . , Clinician-scientists take a unique, ... Problems encountered in the clinic inspire research and new findings ... integrated model is a hallmark of the Montreal Neurological Institute ... MUHC and is now being replicated worldwide. Two clinician-scientists at ...
Cached Biology News:The hungry caterpillar: Beware your enemy's enemy's enemy 2NIH-funded researchers show possible trigger for MS nerve damage 2Clinician-scientists at The Neuro receive funding for Parkinson's and HIV research 2
... uses include large-scale colony-counting and plaque-lifting, microbial ... TM automated colony picking and gridding ... product number, created to easily match Cornings ... please order under the old Sigma-Aldrich number ...
Mouse Anti-Human Killer cell immunoglobulin-like receptor, two domains, long cytoplasmic tail, 4 (KIR2DL4 Monoclonal Antibody Family: New...
BD BioCoat Laminin 150 mm Culture Dishes...
...
Biology Products: