Delivering Clinical Research Optimized™ in Neurology, Pain, and psychiatric trials requires creative thinking and unique approaches to study execution. Let Biorasi’s experience guide your CNS trial to success.
Making Complex Neurological Trials Easy
The landscape for diagnosis and treatment of neurological disorders is rapidly changing as new treatments become available and patients become more dependent on care givers. The market itself is poised to explode, as the largest single generation enters the age where conditions like Alzheimers begin to increase. All of this development has turned neurology into one of the fastest growing therapeutic opportunities in the foreseeable future. Having an experienced CRO on your side will be critical to successful pursuit of this opportunity.
CNS, Pain, and Neurology Experts
Biorasi’s experience with neurology trials spans across multiple decades and continents. One of our biggest strengths in this therapeutic area is our access to a set of unique sites in geographic venues with centralized treatment centers. Staffed by exceptional investigators, and with large and readily accessible patient populations, these sites allow us to complete enrollment for a wide variety of neurological indications in record time. When combined with our expert clinical team, Biorasi brings a tremendous advantaged for sponsors running clinical trials in neurology.
"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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