We have worked with the team at Rancho BioSciences for several years and their unique expertise has been vital to achieving our goals for the Transforming Research and Clinical Knowledge in Traumatic Brain Injury Initiative (TRACK-TBI).
San Diego, California (PRWEB) April 19, 2016
Rancho BioSciences, the scientific data curation company announced today that they now provide services around the open source OpenClinica tool for monitoring clinical trial data. “We are responding to our customers need to create an application with an ability to track gathered data with ease and without disrupting any other database integrations”, said Dr Tatiana Khasanova, Director of Services at Rancho BioSciences.
Rancho BioSciences provide custom applications that handle information about patients and ongoing trial activities. These applications have the ability, for example to set rules for checking data and ability to generate detailed reports that contain information about all invalid data. “The custom integration platform has allowed us to develop a robust process for managing our data curation needs” says Mary Vassar, of the Univ. of Calif. San Francisco. “We have worked with the team at Rancho BioSciences for several years and their unique expertise has been vital to achieving our goals for the Transforming Research and Clinical Knowledge in Traumatic Brain Injury Initiative (TRACK-TBI)."
“A lot of our customers are looking to integrate and customize open source platforms so this was a natural extension of our team’s expertise” said Julie Bryant, CEO.
About Rancho BioSciences
Rancho BioSciences is a fee-for-service data-curation consulting company leveraging open-source tools and public-domain data. Our customers include Pharma, Institutes, and Academics.
We have a team of experienced Ph.D. and M.D. scientists around the world that deliver high quality work based on their expertise and domain knowledge in biology, diseases, and clinical data. Rancho BioSciences is flexible and cost effective, providing on site and off site curators.
Rancho BioSciences also has expertise in databases and hosts or installs tranSMART for their customers.
Our goal is to help the life-science community build better tools and take advantage of a wealth of scientific data by supporting and developing open source platforms.
For more information about Rancho BioSciences, please visit us online at http://www.ranchobiosciences.com.