07 Dec

Focusing on usability, user-experience and trust

Things have been hectic, but as always exciting in the last few weeks. The site has come a long way since then. Among the readily visible changes are the much neater home page, a site tour and a much faster Google suggest like drop down...

Read More

24 Nov

My first blog at TrialX

Wow, this is indeed a huge step for me personally. I have been working on TrialX with my partners for a few months now, and always thought of keeping everyone updated through the TrialX blog, but never got around to writing one. So here's to...

Read More

24 Aug

We are finally live on Microsoft Health Vault

Its been an intense few weeks of coding,  brainstorming and business strategy development at Trialx.org. But its all paying off. Trialx.org has been accepted as an official application on the Microsoft Health Vault platform! And we are listed right on the front page.The MS team...

Read More

30 Jul

Is it really that bad? posting recruitment flyers

This is the 21st century. In a matter of few clicks, you can find a buyer for your garage garbage on ebay and earn some cool bucks. You can find a date on match.com (if not atleast get emails saying , "there are 100 people...

Read More

02 Jul

Death rates HIV patients = non-patients

A study published today in the Journal of American Medical Association (JAMA) found that"People with HIV in the developed world are no more likely to die in the first five years following infection than men and women in the general population"This is a significant finding...

Read More