We are delighted to have CenterWatch as our partner. Their dedication to high-quality service and study posting is exactly what the research industry needs in a mobile environment. We are thrilled to bring the combined product to the research industry
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Dix Hills, New York (PRWEB) November 05, 2013
Study Scavenger is a free multilingual clinical trial smartphone app which allows potential research volunteers to access thousands of clinical research studies based on their personal preferences and needs. Potential research subjects benefit from using Study Scavenger, as they can connect directly to the research site of choice with a simple click,view the research site's website and easily gain more information about the study of interest. A total of 37,360 subscribers have subscribed to the application on both Iphone and Android in the first six weeks, and it has been increasing steadily, with over eight thousand studies presently recorded.
During Study Scavenger's first month of activity, Study Scavenger was able to collect more than 11,000 views, an impressive feat by itself. The data is a collection of views from three platforms: Just Another Lab Rat’s website, Study Scavenger’s website, and the mobile app the two had collaborated with to form.
Study Scavenger has recently partnered up with Centerwatch to release the app to let volunteers and research centers to gain access of each other easily. Study Scavenger founder and CEO Kerri Weingard said that, “We are delighted to have CenterWatch as our partner. Their dedication to high-quality service and study posting is exactly what the research industry needs in a mobile environment. We are thrilled to bring the combined product to the research industry.”
A user, with the alias, Bns0792, commented 'the app is very likable, with the right information and accessibility' being its main points. ICON's San Antonio recruitment manager, Samantha Rocci, stated “We seem to be having a great response with Study Scavenger. Allowing our studies to be accessed on the mobile field has created a larger platform for us that has increased inquiries and interest from new and reoccurring volunteers”.
About Study Scavenger
Study Scavenger allows potential volunteers to search for possible studies based on their health condition, age, location and requested patient stipend. Wtih Study Scavenger's bilingual functionality, many potential subjects can view studies in the language of choice. The app is currently being translated in to the Japanese, Russian and Chinese languages to further their scope.
Contact: Kerri Weingard
Telephone Number: 631-806-2117
Address: 9 Schoolhouse Way, Dix Hills, NY 11746