Month: February 2020

Meet with Christopher Kata in Milwaukee March 17th to 18th!


Meet with Christopher Kata, Director of Sales & Marketing March 17th to 18th, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Christopher is in town on business and has availability for additional meetings. Arrange to meet in person and learn how TrialStat is leading the way with their innovative, interoperable Electronic Data Capture (Data Management) platform. Learn how you can…

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Meet with Christopher Kata in San Diego March 3rd to 4th!


Meet with Christopher Kata, Director of Sales and Marketing March 3rd to 4th, San Diego, California. Christopher is in town for client meetings and has availability for additional meetings. Christopher Kata, Director of Sales & Marketing905 9[email protected] Arrange to meet in person and learn how TrialStat is leading way in innovative, interoperable Electronic Data Capture…

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Thank you again to all the attendees and organizers at SCOPE Summit for making the conference a huge success!


We met incredible researchers, partners, and solution providers at the event, and thanks to our on the ground team Christopher Kata, Heather Williams, and Chris Hamelin, we were able to engage with them using our recently released eClinical Technology interoperability diagram that maps out TrialStat’s innovative advances in Trial Management Technology, Vendor Neutral Imaging Archive,…

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Data and Digital takeaways from J.P. Morgan 2020


Bruno Villetelle, Head of Data and Digital, Novartis Global Drug Development, wrote a very succinct summary of the core topics covered at J.P. Morgan 2020. We’re excited to see the continued momentum behind these digital trends and how we’re enabling Sponsors to take advantage of Real World Data, Machine Learning and so much more through…

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World first as drug developed using AI enters clinical trials


This may just be the first drug to be generated using artificial intelligence (AI) which has now entered clinical trials in Japan. “The project has been particularly heralded for the speed it took to complete – taking just 12 months when compared to the typical five years it takes drug companies to complete the research…

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Microsoft takes the wraps off $40 million, five-year ‘AI for Health’ initiative


Microsoft has recently announced a $40 Million investment in AI for Health Initiatives. “Through its AI for Good projects, Microsoft is applying lessons from software to artificial intelligence technologies that are under development. In the case of health, Microsoft officials said their mission is to use insights derived from AI technologies and techniques to search…

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