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Research Challenges in Early Parkinson’s Disease: Diagnosis, Trial Design & Rater Training

Live Webinar | 20 April 2017
To commemorate Parkinson’s Awareness Month in April Worldwide experts will come together on 4/20 to address the prevalence and understanding of early and prodromal Parkinson’s Disease, including new concepts and key success factors regarding the design of clinical trials.

The Biosimilar Market: An Evolving Landscape in MS Research

On-Demand Webinar:
To commemorate MS Awareness Month in March, Worldwide experts addressed the emerging biosimilar market and the problem solving challenges it presents for designing clinical development programs for Relapsing-Remitting Multiple Sclerosis (RRMS).

Rare Disease Clinical Trials: An Opportunity for Differentiated Services

On-Demand Webinar:
During this on-demand webinar, Worldwide experts address rare disease clinical trials and the opportunity for innovative trial design and execution.

The Future in Heart Failure: Novel Therapies, Innovative Trial Designs & Stakeholder Diversity

On-Demand Webinar:
To commemorate Heart Month, Worldwide Clinical Trials hosted a webinar where Worldwide experts discussed emerging heart failure therapies & trial designs, demonstrating value when novelty is not enough, and stakeholder diversity.

The Unique Challenges of Cardiovascular Outcome Studies

On-Demand Webinar:
During this free on-demand webinar, Worldwide Clinical Trial experts address the common challenges and key success factors of cardiovascular outcomes trials.

The Impetus for Observational Research in Orphan Drug Development

On-Demand Webinar:
During this free on-demand webinar, Worldwide Clinical Trial experts discuss emerging trends in clinical trial methodology for orphan disease drug development and ways to overcome challenges through the use of observational trials.

Alzheimer’s Disease Clinical Trials: Improving Screen Failure and Recruitment Rates

On-Demand Webinar:
View this on-demand webinar to hear Worldwide Clinical Trial experts discuss historical reasons for screen failure rates in Alzheimer’s disease, predictable vs unpredictable causes of screen failure, and the challenges of Alzheimer’s disease patient recruitment.

Accelerating Analgesics Development

On-Demand Webinar:
This on-demand webinar highlights several Early Human Experimental Models of Pain (HEMP) models, application techniques and associated outcome measures, and the potential of these models to significantly accelerate analgesic drug and interventions development.

Improving Clinical Site Performance

On-Demand Webinar
In this webinar, we share tips on how sponsors, CROs & trial sites can best work together to impact study execution & success. The webinar is hosted by Jeff Zucker, Worldwide’s VP of Feasibility and Recruitment Optimization. Jeff is joined by guest speaker Woody Woodman, President & CEO of Synergy Clinical Research Centers.

Are We Moving Toward ‘Siteless’ Clinical Trials?

On Demand Webinar
In a conversation led by Dr. Michael Murphy, M.D., Ph.D., Worldwide’s Chief Medical & Scientific Officer, Worldwide experts discuss the current state and future potential for home-based studies.

Challenges of Clinical Research in Parkinson’s Disease

On Demand Webinar
In this webinar, Tom Babic, M.D., Ph.D., vice president of Neuroscience for Worldwide, discusses the unique challenges of clinical research in Parkinson’s disease and the opportunities that exist to optimize clinical trial outcomes.

Strategic Regulatory and Operational Challenges of Rare Disease Studies

On Demand Webinar
In a discussion led by Dr. Michael Murphy, Worldwide’s Chief Medical & Scientific Officer, this webinar features experts who provide insight into the strategic regulatory and operational challenges of rare disease drug trials.

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