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Flagship Biosciences Expands Digital Pathology with Pharmaceutical Biostatistics Services
Date:8/1/2013

Boulder, CO (PRWEB) August 01, 2013

Flagship Biosciences, a leading provider of tissue analysis for pharmaceutical and medical device development, has added biostatistics services for preclinical and clinical trials support.

A complete service in tissue analysis requires cancer biologists, pathologists, image analysis experts and biostatisticians all working together. With the addition of biostatistics, Flagship expands its world-class team to fully address a given tissue study, whether early stage biomarker development or clinical trial patient segmentation, or the development of an immunohistochemistry companion diagnostic. Given the changes and fragmentation of outsourcing in the industry today, a team with this set of experts can be a huge value in both time and quality to any drug or device development endeavor, whether a virtual company or a large established pharmaceutical firm.

The pharmaceutical industry and the discipline of pathology are both independently transforming. Large pharmaceutical firms previously relied on in-house pathology and statistical support, and a pathologist and statistician would work together regularly. With downsizing at large pharmaceutical companies and the growth of smaller biotechs and new virtual business models, these two disciplines are frequently now out-sourced. Even with retention of in-house capabilities, the researchers often find they have only limited accessibility to the statisticians, and the iterative process of data interpretation becomes difficult. The essential communication between what the results are by a pathologist and what the results mean by a statistician are frequently disrupted, leading to incomplete analysis of the data.

The discipline of pathology is also undergoing a decade long transition to a digital discipline wher
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