Virtual platforms, generally downloadable to the patients’ smartphones, make it possible for patients to report from their homes. By deploying mobile research study apps, DCTs (Decentralized clinical trials) have the scope to collect more data from patients over time than in a traditional site-based clinical study, providing data which is more akin to a real-world setting. The apps can be used for data collection, include automated checks to reduce errors and have notification capabilities, which help maintain patient engagement increasing compliance.
Join this webinar to learn:
How to leverage eConsent for your studies?
How to integrate wearable/sensor data into your study app?
How researchers from New York University, Northwestern University and Albert Einstein School of Medicine are leveraging mobile research study apps to collect patient generated data and what this could mean for your study?
Priya is Vice President (Operations) at TrialX. She works with cross-functional teams and partners to prioritize and execute product requests. Responsibilities span working closely with clients on deliverables of mhealth and patient recruitment solutions, outreach, research, editing, interviews, events, webinars, and more. Her decade long experience as a producer and host of CureTalks, an internet talk show on healthcare which brings together experts, patients, advocates on the same platform engaging in ‘Discussions for Solutions’ has fuelled her passion to bridge the gap between science, research and information. She has extensive writing experience with a focus on cancer research, nutrition, and alternative therapies and presents a varied view on healthcare and associated domains. She is a regular contributor to The Week magazine. She holds masters in Microbiology, degrees in Patent Law, Media Law, and certifications in Writing in Sciences from Stanford University and HR Management from IIM Bangalore, India.
Product Lead, TrialX
Mir leads the TrialX Advance web and mobile teams. He was instrumental in creating the Android library, ResearchDroid which is an android port of Apple’s ResearchKit. He is an engineering post graduate and specializes in Java, Android SDK, Android Material Design and IBM tools like IBM websphere, cognos etc.