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INC Research and invivodata Announce ePRO Partnership
Date:3/4/2010

the recent publication of the FDA's final PRO Guidance.”

invivodata combines scientific and regulatory expertise with practical technology and proactive services that enable clinical trial sponsors to confidently determine the effectiveness of new medical products and therapies. invivodata scientists and regulatory experts have long contributed to industry meetings that helped shape PRO guidance and have provided expertise to clinical researchers making key decisions about their PRO strategies for global clinical development programs.

"Having collaborated on multiple international clinical trials to date, invivodata and INC Research have developed synergies between our teams that drive real-world efficiencies in clinical research and better equip our customers to manage their clinical development processes," said Doug Engfer, invivodata president and CEO. “We’re eager to continue building on our long-term relationship with INC Research, and to help maximize the value they deliver to global biopharmaceutical organizations.”

About invivodata inc.
invivodata combines behavioral science, information technology, and clinical research expertise to capture high quality clinical trial data directly from patients. invivodata’s electronic Patient Reported Outcomes (ePRO) solutions, which are based on over 20 years of research, deliver reliable patient self-reported data by driving patient compliance with the protocol and eliminating recall biases that plague paper-based self-report data. invivodata’s solutions include comprehensive trial-support services that facilitate the collection of ePRO data, web-based access to study data and operational reports that give researchers and sponsors visibility into study progress, and scientific and regulatory consulting on the use of PRO data in a regulated environment. invivodata’s solution has been used in more than 275 clinical programs and is the
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