Japan’s CCR chooses Medidata Rave for tech support

Tuesday, April 26, 2011 12:10 PM

Keio Center for Clinical Research (CCR), one of Japan’s two centers of global clinical research, will standardize on Medidata Solutions’ Medidata Rave for its electronic data capture (EDC) and clinical data management (CDM) solutions.  Medidata Solutions is a global provider of Saas-based (software as a service)clinical development systems.

In 2006, Keio CCR was founded as an academic research organization within Keio University School of Medicine to assume the role of improving clinical trial infrastructure nationally. Keio CCR plans and supports investigator-initiated, non-NDA clinical trials and observational clinical research, as well as industry-sponsored translational research, registration trials and post-marketing studies.

Keio CCR is upgrading its EDC solution in order to continue to expand, accelerate and improve the quality of its multinational and multicenter clinical studies. Medidata Rave’s scalable, investigator-friendly system, which was originally developed for academic clinical trials, will enable Keio CCR to continue to grow its clinical research capabilities.

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