Webinar

The advancement of patient randomization and trial supply
management technology for COVID-19 trials and beyond:
What’s needed in the race to end a pandemic

 

Friday, June 26, 2020

11 AM EDT (NA) | 4 PM BST (UK) | 5 PM CEST (EU-Central)
60 minutes

The clinical trial environment was already evolving at a rapid pace before the presence of COVID-19, but now speed and efficiency are paramount.  Expectations and performance of an Interactive Response Technology (IRT) partner have now intensified, as sponsors require a shorter time to go live, while requiring advancements in risk mitigation and ensuring the drug can get to the patient.

In this insightful webinar, we will present a look at current trial challenges sponsors are facing, how novel IRT products are actively helping sponsors in their fight against COVID-19, and offer practical tips that will keep your study conduct in compliance and progressing amidst a pandemic.

Key takeaways:

  • The impact of today’s environment on conducting clinical trials and ensuring patient safety
  • How IRT implementation speed can be accelerated to account for evolving trial conduct
  • Practical tips for streamlining your trials and preventing supply chain disruption, all while remaining compliant

Presenters

Mike Hutton

Head of Strategic Relationship Management, EU, Almac Clinical Technologies
Mike Hutton graduated from University of East Anglia with a PhD in Biochemistry and spent 10 years in Scientific and Medical Research in Birmingham, Cambridge and Norwich.

In 1999, Mike joined a leading central laboratory provider in London in a Project Management capacity before moving to Almac Clinical Technologies in 2002 as a Project Manager. Mike has now been with Almac over 17 years, working in various roles of increasing responsibility, from Project Management to Operational Management, and now, in a tactical commercial role.

Mike is currently Head of Strategic Relationship Management, EU and oversees several key clients along with developing new and exciting business in EU and beyond with Almac’s leading Interactive Response Technology.

Brian Mullin

Manager, Clinical Project Services, Almac Clinical Technologies
Brian holds a Bachelor of Engineering in Product Design and Manufacture from Loughborough University in England. After spending 12 years in the telecommunications industry, in various roles including mechanical design, project management and service delivery, he began his next chapter with Almac Clinical Technologies.

Here, Brian has enjoyed developing and increasing efficiency in IRT design and project management for the past 11 years. Currently, Brian leads the UK Design Management Team at Almac Clinical Technologies.
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