TranSenda, Microsoft Get Together with CTMS
TranSenda International launched Office-Smart Clinical Trial Manager, a clinical trial management system (CTMS) that addresses the need to unify study software with the 2007 Microsoft Office System. The CTMS market is fragmented and is currently about $300 million and growing in the mid-teens annually, according to company officials. Microsoft and TranSenda officials spoke with CWWeekly at the recent DIA Annual Meeting in Boston.
SpineMark and Wooridul Hospital of Korea Team up to Create Spine Centers in Asia
Moving toward its goal of adding 10 international research sites to its growing network of spine centers, San Diego, Calif.-based research organization SpineMark has partnered with Wooridul Hospital of Korea and set its sights across Asia. The international alliance will include establishing a contract research organization (CRO) to help set up and manage centers in Korea, China, Singapore, Japan, India and Abu Dhabi.
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Company Profile: An interview with Elias H. Sarkis, M.D., principal investigator, and Jorge Franceschi, director of operations, Sarkis Clinical Trials
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