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Notal Vision chooses TrialStat's ClinicalAnalytics 4.0 for age-related macular degeneration (AMD) device trial
Date:12/13/2007

mages to eCRFs provides our customers with the ability to more effectively and efficiently capture and analyze data," said Jonathan Barker, President and CEO, TrialStat. "With Notal Vision, we provided an innovative approach to using images so that researchers can intuitively enter data to accelerate the management and completion of their study."

ABOUT TRIALSTAT

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TrialStat Corporation provides innovative clinical data solutions on demand that optimize the collection and management of research to enable customers to accelerate the commercialization of new life science products. CA 4.0 is a robust and scaleable Web-based EDC on demand platform used by leading biopharma organizations. SRS 4.0(TM) automates systematic reviews using real-time collaboration and management tools, while ESRNexus(TM) (http://www.esrnexus.com) is the most comprehensive and free Web-based search engine for evidence-based reference literature. More information about TrialStat is available at http://www.trialstat.com.

ABOUT NOTAL VISION

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Notal Vision was founded in 2000 by medical professionals from Israel's leading medical centers. The Company has assembled a team of ophthalmologists that have AMD expertise and business experience, R&D specialists, engineers, software engineers, business developers and researchers. Currently, there are 25 full-time employees, of them 4 MDs and 4 PhDs. In addition, Notal has recruited a scientific advisory board that includes leading retinal specialists from around the world. The company is developing the first comprehensive diagnostic solution for the early detection and monitoring of Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD), the leading cause of blindness in the western world today. To address the growing need for early detection of wet AMD and for the continuous monitoring of patients
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