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The promise of a Science 37 managed clinical research trial centers on a mobile technology platform combined with high quality patient care. Our proprietary Metasite™ operating model reinvents the clinical trial process by connecting patients, care providers, clinical investigators and research sponsors towards the same goal – faster clinical trials for the introduction of new therapies sooner.
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NORA® stands for Network Oriented Research Assistant, and is the HITECH certified 21 CFR Part 11 compliant technology platform that allows Science 37 to bring research directly to patients in their own homes. NORA® integrates telemedicine technology into the clinical research process, and supports Science 37’s end-to-end management of clinical trials. From the first steps of trial design, to connecting with patients at home, NORA® is there to help. Contact us to learn more.
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Metasite™-enabled clinical trials remove geographic barriers and unlock access to patients no matter where they live. Decentralizing the clinical trial away from traditional site-based centers eliminates critical barriers to rapid, cost-effective patient enrollment. Barriers include inaccessibility due to geography, lack of patient awareness and trust, and the inconvenience posed by site visits. Metasites increase the speed of trials by designing study activities around the lives of patients.
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Science 37 offers end-to-end clinical trial services from protocol design and regulatory strategy to recruitment strategies and remote execution. Experience a truly connected clinical trial research process, from digitally enabled data collection, transfer, analysis and storage to trials by design that connect and recruit patients no matter where they live. Work with us to accelerate discovery and improve patient health.
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Science 37’s high-tech and high-touch research services allow you to focus on what matters – the patient. Mobile technology and a dedicated research staff enable clinical trial participation from home keeping clinicians connected to the patient. A network of mobile nurses and existing healthcare providers supports real-time communication to ensure appropriate study execution and patient safety.
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Playing for the Long Term – NYT DealBook Conference(Science Launch with Dr. Noah Craft Co-founder and CEO of Science 37 - courtesy of New York Times DealBook Conference) Two weeks ago, I was presented with a great opportunity to speak amongst some very distinguished individuals at the New York Times DealBook Conference. In a modern world of instant gratification, this conference gave some innovators the chance to come together and speak of long term visions or goals. With Science 37, we're combining technology advances that have…
Science 37 Secures $31M Series B Funding to Expand Clinical Trial Access to Anyone, Anywhere, AnytimeLOS ANGELES, Oct. 18, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Science 37 (http://www.science37.com), a technology-enabled clinical research company, today announced that it has completed a $31 million Series B financing. Science 37 is reimagining clinical research by bringing clinical trials to people's homes, which unlocks access to those beyond a geographical barrier. The investment will help the company grow operations, further develop its novel technology platform and continue to expand into new therapeutic areas. The Series B financing was…
What a difference a year makes!I’m just back from DPharm 2016 in Boston, where I had the pleasure of kicking off this year’s DPharm Idol competition. DPharm Idol is where a select group of companies present what they believe to be a disruptive service or technology to the traditional clinical trial process. As last year's DPharm Idol “Disruptive Innovator of the Year,” I was given the honor of presenting this year’s companies and providing an update on what Science 37…
The White House and Stanford Medicine X Invite Science 37 to Workshop Clinical TrialsThere’s no denying that it’s a new era in medicine. Stakeholders across the healthcare system are shifting business models to focus on value. Entities that were once competitors are now working together to open data and share resources. And patients, previously siloed from their own health care decision making, are becoming true partners in care. But with all of the promise also come challenges. The evolution of research, technology and policies will take time. And…
Science 37 Named Clinical Informatics News Best Practices Award WinnerAt the heart of faster cures and better treatments is clinical research. It is the process through which new drugs, medical devices and biologics are brought to market. It is the way in which we advance medicine to deliver improvements in care and hope for a healthier tomorrow.
Science 37 Named in Top 40 Healthcare Transformers ListThere is no denying that technology has transformed nearly every aspect of our daily lives – from how we communicate, to the way we travel, to the process through which we make decisions. Indeed, even regulated industries, typically slow to move and resistant to change, have begun to embrace disruption
Science 37 Secures $6.5M Series A Funding To Accelerate Clinical Trial ResearchScience 37 (http://science37.com), a technology-enabled clinical research company, today announced the completion of a $6.5 million Series A financing co-led by Lux Capital and dRx Capital. The investment will accelerate Science 37’s development and rollout of its new operating model, which solves some of the greatest inefficiencies in conducting clinical trials.
Science 37 Named Disruptive Innovator of the Year at DPharm 2015
Science 37 and Precision MedicineScience 37 CEO and Co-Founder Noah Craft, MD, PhD submitted the following comments on the White House website's Precision Medicine Initiative Page.
Science 37 wins Clinical Trial Innovation PrizeIn honor of World Cancer Day 2015, the Bonnie J. Addario Lung Cancer Foundation and Free To Breathe, with support from Celgene and Genentech, created the Clinical Trial Innovation Prize. The ultimate goal of the challenge is to produce a breakthrough that doubles the accrual rate of lung cancer clinical trials. We couldn’t be happier to have been selected as one of 12 finalists and awarded one of the first three prizes in “Ideation” phase of the program.
Science 37 and LA BioMed launch telemedicine substudy arm of global PEMPHIX trialLA BioMed and Science 37 have launched their first collaborative clinical research trial and enrolled patients in the first-ever virtual, networked clinical trial using telemedicine to monitor the effects of an infusion medication. The research study will compare the effects of rituximab with another medication called mycophenolate mofetil in treating adults with active pemphigus vulgaris (PV). Pemphigus vulgaris is an auto-immune skin condition that causes your skin to form blisters. LA Biomed is one of more than 60 sites for the PEMPHIX clinical trial, sponsored by Genentech, and the only telemedicine-based site.