The Axiom-2 mission is scheduled to launch on May 17, 2023 and pre-flight and post-flight data collection will be supported by the TrialX xPAND app. Our xPAND team is working tirelessly to ensure that the crew is able to collect all the research data seamlessly using the xPAND app. TrialX xPAND database equips space researchers to reuse and integrate research data across different research studies and unlock innovative actionable insights. Learn more.
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🗣️INVITED TO SPEAK AT THE FUTURE SPACE ECONOMY WEBCAST
Our Co-founder and CTO, Dr. Chintan Patel participated at the Future Space Economy Webcast, a discussion featuring representatives from space companies that are working with medical research partners to bring innovative healthcare to the world through future space technologies. Learn more.
🗣️SPEAKING AT THE NEW YORK CITY FROM WITHIN INFORMATION SESSION
Dr. Chintan Patel, TrialX Co-founder and CTO shared the NYC experience of starting a healthcare Informatics company at an information session titled “New York City from Within” organized by the Consulate of Belgium. In this session American startups/scale-ups based in New York City share their inspiring stories about setting up in the Big Apple and growing in the USA from here. Learn more.
🏽 MEET US AT OUTSOURCING IN CLINICAL TRIALS EUROPE CONFERENCE
We were in Barcelona at the 13th Annual Outsourcing in Clinical Trials Europe conference, a gathering of industry leaders providing practical take-aways and solutions to their most current operational and outsourcing challenges in clinical trials. Schedule a meet to learn more about the solutions we offer.
In our recent CureTalks episode watch patient advocate Gary Petersen and Jennifer Ahlstrom, CEO of HealthTree Foundation discuss how to close the gap in multiple myeloma survival statistics. Watch here.
👨💻 WEBINAR AVAILABLE ON DEMAND
In our recent webinar we shared how researchers are leveraging mobile health technology to gather eConsent, integrate wearable/sensor data into their study app and collect anonymous data from patients over time remotely.
🧬Featured Clinical Studies powered by TrialX iConnect
Autism Spectrum Program of Excellence: The goal of the ASPE study is to investigate the genetic basis of Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and autism-related traits.Individuals 3 years old or older with a diagnosis (or suspected diagnosis) of autism spectrum disorder without intellectual disability may be eligible to participate. Learn more.
Adults Ages 18+ Needed for Survey on Life Events, Trauma, and Mental Health Assistance: Researchers at Indiana University are looking for adults to take part in a study examining how people’s life experiences affect them and their need for mental health services. Learn more.
Are you 60-75 years of age, in overall good health, and live in the Bloomington, IN area? Researchers at the IU School of Public Health are looking for older adults to take part in a study looking at how a beef-based diet vs. a vegetarian diet affects muscle fatigue. Learn more.
🌏AROUND THE WEB
- 🚀Health research on upcoming Axiom-2 space mission.
- ⚓Starship – the most powerful rocket ever built takes off with a mighty roar, then explodes.
- 📛HIMSS 23 – Stakes are incredibly high for AI.
- 🫐Cranberries for preventing Urinary Tract Infections.
- 💯The Intersection of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Clinical Research.
🧘🏽♂️Our yoga powered CEO!
You can’t end a meeting with the yoga guru, Sharib Khan without stretching a bit of both – brain and brawn! We recently had an in-promptu yoga session with TRISH researchers and leaders during a short meeting break. An Iyengar Yoga practitioner, Sharib can often be spotted as the “headstand guy”, doing his favorite yoga poses somewhere when not dabbling with technology.
Ramadan Eid Delights!
Our team members were delighted to receive these beautiful surprise gifts delivered at their doorstep at the end of Ramadan! Ramadan is one of the holiest months in the Islamic calendar celebrated by millions of Muslims around the world.
We look forward to be able to bridge the gaps in clinical research here on earth and in space. Stay tuned for more updates as we continue to look up to the moon!