The clinical research industry is quite an exciting environment to be a part of in recent times and, with the onslaught of paradigm-changing innovations being implemented every year, will become even more so. This fast-paced ecosystem can also leave many industry professionals wondering how they can possibly keep up with all of this information on a weekly basis. Beyond just the avalanche of headlines making your news feed, the number of clinical trial opportunities continues to increase in the marketplace. We have decided to create this website for industry professionals ranging from research sites to CRAs and Project Managers to job seekers and independent contractors to find opportunities via our "Find Clinical Trials" section which will feature actively recruiting studies in the United States updated on a weekly basis.
Another feature of this website is the "Medical Expert Interviews" section in which a member of our publication will conduct a video interview with an expert from a wide range of therapeutic indications that are of particular interest to clinical research at that particular moment in time. We hope that these videos will not only inform industry professionals on the latest developments in their areas of interest, but also that these videos will raise the population's general awareness of medical research initiatives, greatly enhancing industry patient recruitment efforts. Our goal is to create a long-tail library of videos that are easily accessible by industry professionals or patients seeking more information on a particular medical condition.
The "Search Clinical Trial Results" is a new feature we have added to filter out the recently completed clinical trials in the United States for which the study sponsors have published results. These results can be easily accessed by searching for an indication or investigational product name. For some of the more interesting studies, our team will interview the main researchers involved in these studies and will also write our own analysis of the study results and what they may mean for the therapeutic indication at large. If you are a research sponsor that would like your study featured please reach out to us to arrange an interview for consideration.