Navigation Links
Clinsys(R) TPS Teams Provide Comprehensive Clinical Development Plans
Date:4/9/2008

Clinsys continues expansion of team and drug development and clinical trial design capabilities through Therapeutically-aligned Program Strategists.

BEDMINSTER, N.J., April 9, 2008 /PRNewswire/ -- Clinsys Clinical Research, Inc.(R), a therapeutically focused global contract research organization (CRO), today introduced its Therapeutically-aligned Program Strategists (TPS), an innovative concept for the evaluation and execution of clinical trials. The TPS teams are comprised of highly skilled and experienced professionals with defined therapeutic expertise who evaluate, create and execute all sponsor projects, from clinical development plans and clinical trial design through protocol finalization, leading to successful trial conduct.

Each TPS team consists of MDs, PhDs and a clinical operations program director with expertise in a specific therapeutic area. These strategists apply a research-oriented approach to clinical trial strategy, design and execution to either deliver a comprehensive clinical development plan or protocol, or review and critique client synopses and protocols. The TPS team also provides analysis of the competitive environment, the current standards of care and market potential. TPS services extend to design and implementation of generic and bioavailability/bioequivalence (BA/BE) trials.

"Our TPS team concept enables clients to leverage our therapeutic expertise in the way that is most beneficial to their drug development and clinical trial programs," said David E. Williams, Chief Executive Officer of Clinsys. "Regardless of whether our TPS teams are engaged from start to finish or if they are brought in to evaluate existing project components, what they deliver is the best possible trial design, clinical development plan and market positioning."

To facilitate the development, growth and success of the TPS teams, Clinsys has called on Linda Patricia Miller, MD, and promoted her to Vice President, Clinical Developm
'/>"/>

SOURCE Clinsys Clinical Research, Inc.
Copyright©2008 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2 3

Related medicine technology :

1. Pharmatech Teams up With Systems Medicine LLC and the Sarcoma Foundation of America for a Phase II Myxoid Liposarcoma Trial
2. Harris Corporation Teams with Cancer Treatment Services International to Advance Oncology Treatment
3. Michael J. Fox Foundation Awards Up to $3 Million to Industry Teams to Jumpstart Promising PD Drug Development
4. National Wrestling Coaches Association Teams Up With CSG/SportsCoatings(TM)
5. Three Dimensional Visualization of Right Ventricle Provides Important Information for Treatment of Patients with Tetralogy of Fallot, According to a Study in The American Journal of Cardiology
6. InterMune Provides Additional Information on ITMN-191 (R7227) MAD Study Results
7. InterMune Announces Top-Line Results of Phase 1b Trial of ITMN-191 (R7227) and Provides Program Update
8. Monogram Biosciences Provides Progenics Pharmaceuticals with HIV Assays for Use in Clinical Trials
9. Trubion Initiates Phase 1/2 Study of TRU-016 in CLL, Announces Next-Generation Product Candidate for RA and Provides Product Pipeline Update
10. Stem Cell Research Provides Medical Breakthrough to Repair Heart Cell Damage Created by a Heart Attack
11. Indevus Pharmaceuticals Provides Update on PRO 2000 Program
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:10/22/2014)... WESTMINSTER, Colo. , Oct. 22, 2014   ... class of infusion systems designed to maximize targeted delivery ... is pleased to announce that oncologist John R. ... Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center, and surgical oncologist Steven ... Center have joined the Company,s Scientific Advisory Board (SAB).  ...
(Date:10/22/2014)... , Oct. 22, 2014 Sanomedics International ... 2014 report by Global Research & Data Services, demand ... year from 2014 through 2018, as demand for more ... is the world,s largest market for thermometers, ... advanced thermometers is Sanomedics International Holdings, Inc. ...
(Date:10/22/2014)... CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. and AUSTIN, ... PhosImmune Inc. and PureMHC LLC today announced they ... to develop novel antibody-based immunotherapies designed to target ... identification of phosphorylated peptides displayed on the surfaces ... These phosphopeptide tumor targets (PTTs), derived from proteins ...
Breaking Medicine Technology:Surefire Medical's Scientific Advisory Board Expands, Broadens Clinical Trial Expertise 2Sanomedics International Holdings Analyst Report: Taking Some Heat by BrokerBank Securities, Inc. 2Biotech Companies To Co-Discover And Co-Develop Antibodies Targeting Novel Phosphopeptide Tumor Targets 2
(Date:10/22/2014)... HealthDay Reporter , TUESDAY, Oct. 21, ... Ebola cases in Dallas. But, mental health specialists say overblown ... President Barack Obama on Friday appointed an Ebola "czar" to ... two Dallas nurses who cared for a Liberian man who ... But the U.S. cases are miniscule in the context ...
(Date:10/22/2014)... With the Affordable Care Act (ACA) open enrollment ... Institutes for Research (AIR) finds that three out of four ... but 42 percent say they are not likely or only ... for coverage. , The AIR survey found wide gaps in ... calculate correctly how much they owe for a routine doctor’s ...
(Date:10/22/2014)... 22, 2014 Although there are only 24 hours ... many people who have trouble finding time within their busy schedules ... for long periods of time to get in shape. Here are ... on the go. , Change Up Your Commute , Consider ... to add some exercise into your daily routine. If you must ...
(Date:10/22/2014)... HealthDay Reporter , TUESDAY, Oct. 21, 2014 ... are only about half as likely as white women to ... indicates, and the racial disparity persists even when donor eggs ... white patients became pregnant after IVF, compared to about 17 ... cycles over two years to tease out the impact of ...
(Date:10/22/2014)... HealthDay Reporter , MONDAY, Oct. 20, 2014 ... guidelines for health workers treating Ebola patients, now requiring full ... respirator at all times. The U.S. Centers for Disease ... two Dallas nurses contracted Ebola while caring for the first ... Eric Duncan. Nina Pham is currently being treated for her ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):Health News:Ebola Anxiety: A Bigger Threat Now Than the Virus Itself 2Health News:Ebola Anxiety: A Bigger Threat Now Than the Virus Itself 3Health News:Many Americans Fail to Ask Basic Questions Before Signing Up for Health Insurance, National Survey Finds 2Health News:Many Americans Fail to Ask Basic Questions Before Signing Up for Health Insurance, National Survey Finds 3Health News:Many Americans Fail to Ask Basic Questions Before Signing Up for Health Insurance, National Survey Finds 4Health News:HealthGuideMD Presents Ways to Improve Your Exercise and Fitness 2Health News:Black Women Fare Worse With Fertility Treatments, Study Says 2Health News:Black Women Fare Worse With Fertility Treatments, Study Says 3Health News:CDC Tightens Rules on Caring for Ebola Patients 2Health News:CDC Tightens Rules on Caring for Ebola Patients 3
... 2011 UT Southwestern Medical Center scientists are shedding ... a fast-acting antidepressant response in patients with treatment-resistant depression. ... doses as a fast-acting antidepressant potentially has use in ... a very sharp increase that immediately relieves depression," said ...
... , THURSDAY, June 16 (HealthDay News) -- The ... Barrett,s esophagus may be lower than previously thought, according ... with the premalignant condition are advised to undergo routine ... of esophageal cancer. Endoscopy involves insertion of a long, ...
... , THURSDAY, June 16 (HealthDay News) -- No ... percent of the officers from the New York Police Department,s ... on the World Trade Center, according to a new study. ... from 206 officers who responded to the attack and found ...
... Innovative adult stem cell research by scientists at The University ... efforts to apply the brakes to stem cells that produce ... appeared today online ahead of the print issue of ... bold approach for targeting fat-generating stem cells that one day ...
... , THURSDAY, June 16 (HealthDay News) -- Students who are ... beginning years of college, research has shown. However, a ... schedules, a change occurs. "Their grades actually evened out," ... at Hendrix College in Conway, Ark. By the end of ...
... FAIRFAX, Va.Evaluating patients with multiple sclerosis who have ... widening those veins with angioplastywarrants careful, well-designed research, ... Foundation,s Research Consensus Panel. And, the multidisciplinary panel ... pivotal multicenter trial are not now available, that ...
Cached Medicine News:Health News:Cancer Risk With Barrett's Esophagus May Be Lower Than Thought 2Health News:Lung Health of Police Responders From 9/11 Called 'Encouraging' 2Health News:New stem cell research could aid in battle against bulging waistlines 2Health News:Night Owls' Poor Sleep Habits Can Hurt Grades 2Health News:Night Owls' Poor Sleep Habits Can Hurt Grades 3Health News:SIR Foundation sets research priorities for minimally invasive treatments for MS patients 2Health News:SIR Foundation sets research priorities for minimally invasive treatments for MS patients 3
... Utilized for capsulotomies, nucleus dislocating, ... (bent) cystitomes are angled to ... the lens, providing easier access ... reducing the potential for corneal ...
... Left. 23 gauge thin wall ... Angled 20 degree shaft 10 mm ... set 0.5 mm behind aspiration tip. ... 46 cm (18.1 inches) of silicone ...
This specially designed 23 gauge spoon-shaped cannula is connected to a balanced salt solution bottle and with a low-flow of fluid, is designed to allow a controlled cleaning of the stromal interface...
... with five legs for extra stability. ... 25" (total vertical travel 6"). 2" ... Comfortable, durable and fire retardant upholstery, ... other colors available by special order. ...
Medicine Products: