We participated and exhibited in three conferences this year - DIA, DPharm and AMIA. An awesome experience as always, our featured product this year was  a no code DIY research study app making platform – called Appbakery. We also spoke about the enhanced features on iConnect – our clinical...

The ResearchKit™ framework includes a number of predefined tasks called Active Tasks. Active tasks invite users to perform activities under partially controlled conditions while iPhone sensors are used to collect data. For example, an active task for analyzing gait and balance might ask the user...

  TrialX is excited to participate and present in AMIA 2017, the 41st anniversary of the annual symposia conducted by the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA). Every year, leading informaticians such as - translational scientists, clinicians, computer scientists, nurse informaticians, clinical researchers, public health officials, and...

Appbakery empowers researchers to take an active role in quickly building their research study apps. They can design, create pre-screener, consent, surveys and deploy their entire mobile study app for clinical trials or research studies using a web interface without needing to write any code....

Our CEO, Dr. Sharib Khan did the unimagined and gave true meaning to DISRUPTION when he did a headstand while presenting Appbakery - turning clinical research upside down literally - at the Mobile in Clinical Trials conference in Boston (#mobileclin2017) Day 1 of the Disruptive Innovations...

As proved now by several preliminary studies performed by prestigious organizations, use of mobile technology in clinical trials can improve efficiency of the clinical research industry. It offers several merits such as: Continuous acquisition of data, rather than at discrete intervals, giving more insight into...