Nephrology Trial Experts
Biorasi has spent over a decade familiarized itself with the nephrology clinical environment and developing the necessary training programs and practices to work seamlessly within that setting, and to reduce variability in the trials we conduct. Identifying and recruiting nephrology clinical trial participants can be frustrating – especially when your trial requires using dialysis-dependent populations. With many dialysis centers running on incredibly tight schedules, and with staff that’s already overworked, finding the right investigators and other facilitators can quickly become a barrier to success in any nephrology trial. Every therapeutic area has unique issues, but with nephrology trials the difficulty can be much higher than in other specializations.
Deep Understanding of Nephrology and the CKD Population
Biorasi has a long history of running successful trials in the chronic kidney disease space, and we’ve used that time to become true experts in nephrology clinical research. We’ve forged partnerships and connections with some of the top independent sites and site/LDO networks both within the United States, and abroad. We’ve built deep and lasting relationships with respected investigators. Our staff has trained extensively on managing and monitoring these uniquely challenging trials. In short, we are well set up to deliver Clinical Research Optimized™ in your nephrology trial.
"One of the rarest events, where we had to communicate [to Biorasi] to stop the screening rather than boost it."VP of Global Clinical Development, Top Specialty Pharma
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