As host of today’s networking breakfast in The Spark’s lounge, medical device CRO Devicia shared insights on what to keep in mind when planning and collecting clinical data for your device.
The concept is relaxed, with mingling over a breakfast buffet to lounge music before and after a 10 minute sales pitch introduction by the host. We intend to host Science for Breakfasts at 8.30 to 9.30 am every Thursday in this location from now until June 16th. May 26th, June 9th and June 16th are still available to eager hosts, so if you’re interested please inform firstname.lastname@example.org to get a concept description!
Next Science for Breakfast takes place next Thursday (April 28th) and is hosted by Anders Millerhovf, CEO of CTC. CTC is a contract research organisation with focus on early phase clinical studies (Phase 0 to Phase II). With four in house clinical research units in Uppsala and Stockholm (CTC site network), CTC is a unique CRO in the Nordics. Combined with units within clinical operations, biometrics, pharmacovigilance, DMPK and clinical pharmacology, CTC offers a full service option for clinical development of new drugs and medical devices. According to CTC, over the years they have extracted the most important parts of their experience, including the use of novel virtual solutions, in a ClinSmart Concept for delivery of high quality, and cost-effective clinical studies giving their customers a solid basis for making the right decisions. More on CTC: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nnhtZa2Pzq4