Our newest clients represent the future of research and care

New client relationships are exciting in any business. But they don’t get much more gratifying than the ones we’ve been fortunate to make. Looking back over the last six months of new client relationships, I’ve been struck with the emergence of some inspiring trends. A focus on personalized medicine. The willingness to take on looming problems in population health. The application of advanced computing and “big data” to challenges old and new. It’s been a potent reminder of the impact that our work here at OpenClinica makes possible.

Here is just a sample of the new partners that are energizing us:

The biotechnologists at miR Diagnostics specialize in the development of prognostic testing in cancer treatment. Their mission is to provide people diagnosed with cancer a deeper understanding their disease, and to help them make the safest, most informed treatment decisions possible. Using state of the art research, miR Diagnostics has developed cutting-edge, prognostic cancer testing systems that provide insight into tumor progression previously impossible to ascertain.

With Tools4Patient, too, medicine is personal. Tools4Patient develops companion diagnostics which contribute to the design of new treatment paradigms to improve outcomes and enhance quality of life for patients. Their first commercialized tool, Placebell, increases the sensitivity and power of clinical research results through improved Individual Placebo Response characterization.

From microbial pathogenesis to gene therapy, The Research Institute at Nationwide Children’s is claiming new frontiers on behalf of children from around the world. Add to that incredible mission a suite of stunning computational resources, and we knew we needed to work together.

Mercy Research, a centralized, multi-faceted research group within the Mercy health system, conducts more than 700 clinical studies at any given time. They’ve developed more than 40 innovating products and are now building one of the foremost teams for healthcare analytics. Suffice it to say, we’re proud to play our role in this enormous enterprise.

Malaria is responsible for more childhood mortality than any other single infectious agent. At Sanaria, through collaborations with renowned institutions like University of Tübingen, Germany, research is taking on a big aim: eradication through vaccination.  

Biolux Research develops technologies that enhance clinical outcomes and dramatically reduce treatment timelines in dentistry, implantology and orthodontics in a safe, effective and non-invasive approach. Learn how they’ve already succeeded with OrthoPulse®.

Again, these are only examples. In the space of a blog post, I can’t do justice to these missions, those of the new clients I didn’t mention, and the many we’ve been helping to advance for years. But I will be reporting our progress in making all these ventures like these as successful as they can be.

 

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