Clinovo has significantly strengthened the scope of its service offerings in the past twelve months
(PRWEB) September 08, 2011
Clinovo, a leading clinical data solutions provider in the Bay Area, showcases its expertise in Clinical Data Management at 2011 SCDM Global Conference in Baltimore from September 11 through September 14.
The SCDM (Society for Clinical Data Management) Annual Conference is the world's largest education event for clinical data managers and related professionals, attracting approximately 650 attendees from across North America and around the world.
Key Clinovo experts will share over 20 years of knowledge and experience in clinical trial management. They will provide insight and discuss successful techniques to tackle today’s industry trends and challenges.
“Clinovo has significantly strengthened the scope of its service offerings in the past twelve months,” explains Matt Smith, VP of Business Operations at Clinovo and former CEO at Clinimetrics. “SCDM is a unique venue where we can demonstrate to pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device companies, how we constantly develop new technologies and methods to better address our customers’ needs.”
Ale Gicqueau, CEO and President at Clinovo, will present An Excel framework to convert clinical data to CDISC SDTM. The presentation describes a SAS clinical system developed in-house that converts clinical data into CDISC SDTM. “Clinovo is dedicated to innovation,” says Ale Gicqueau. “By automatically and systematically translating data into CDISC SDTM, the standard format for regulatory submission, companies are better prepared to improve their time to market.”
Joe Laver, Senior Director of Clinical Data Management at Clinovo, will share useful strategies to manage adaptive design trials during his presentation, the impact of adaptive design on CDM, focusing on clinical database implementation. This presentation takes place at 1:30pm on Monday, September 12. “Adaptive clinical trials are used to accelerate bringing a drug to market sooner,” explains Joe Laver. “I will present some of the issues and solutions related to clinical data management systems and process related to adaptive design studies.”
Clinovo has doubled its yearly revenue in the last three years, tripled his customer base since 2010, and opened new offices in Southern California. “Our rapid growth is the fruit of large, systematic investments in technology,” explains Ale Gicqueau. “By leveraging the latest cutting-edge technology innovation, we are able to provide high quality services whilst accelerating clinical trials.”