A perfectly aligned Biostatistics and Programming team is worth its weight in gold. In clinical research, it can be costly if these 2 functional teams are not collaborative and aligned- possibly impacting operational efficiency, data integrity and data quality. Trial Runners’ in-house B&P team maintains a clear focus on obtaining high quality...Read More »
Having the right people in the right place is one of our keys to success in clinical research, and Clinical Data Management is no different. While just a portion of our services, our experienced data management team ensures accurate databases, proper records, and is a key-player in trial success. So what exactly does our team deal with? What roles...Read More »
Happy Independence Day, everyone!
Each year, celebrating the 4th of July is an event to look forward to. Now, before you click off of this blog, we’re not here to give the classic “You’ll poke your eye out!” firework speech. Of course, yes fireworks are dangerous. On top of fireworks being bundles of hurt, the 4th is America’s top drinking...Read More »
Welcome to summer! While June is known for the start of the outdoor season for some, it has also been designated as Cataract Awareness Month in an effort to educate the public about related risks, symptoms, and treatments. As an Ophthalmology focused CRO, we understand the importance of disease-awareness, especially involving one of the leading...Read More »
With summer just around the corner, June quickly becomes an incredibly busy time of year for many families. Spring and summer provide a plethora of events, holidays, and fun to be had, which emphasizes the need for eye safety. Keeping in mind the expected increase in summertime activities, here are a few tips to...Read More »
With the NBA Finals kicking off, many of us are turning our attention to the action-packed games that feature the Golden State Warriors and the Toronto Raptors. Hats off to Toronto, who made history with their first trip to the NBA Finals!
At Trial Runners, we’re always curious to see how eye-care can benefit an individual. The NBA doesn’t escape...Read More »
Back in 2003, the National Eye Institute (NEI) chose May to be Healthy Vision Month in an effort to encourage Americans to prioritize eye health and safety. At first glance 2003 doesn’t sound too long ago, but so far we’ve celebrated Healthy Vision Month 17 times including this month.
Now that I’ve made you feel old, here’s a short list of tips...Read More »
Since 2006 Trial Runners has been proud to call Dickinson home. We’ve always been eager to grow and provide the community with opportunities that might otherwise not exist locally.
This commitment has pushed us to become a hub for eager professionals, which is why we’re pleased to announce that we have been selected as a finalist for an award by...Read More »
As a niche CRO in the ophthalmology space, we run into a number of indications in our work. Our mission is to shape the future of clinical trials to help others see the world, and because of this, we want to not only help our patients regain their vision but also help educate others about various conditions that cause visual issues. This week, we...Read More »
It’s the first Tuesday in November, which means it’s time to exercise our constitutional right to vote her in the United States. There are a lot of important issues on the ballots all around the country, and we sincerely hope you have carved time out of your busy schedules to cast your ballots this election season.
You might be wondering what this...Read More »