Apple Research & Care Kit

Doctors around the world are using iPhone to transform the way we think about health. Apps created with ResearchKit are already producing medical insights and discoveries at a pace and scale never seen before. That success has inspired Apple to widen the scope from medical research to personal care with the introduction of CareKit — […]

Conversational Agents In Clinical Trials

Patient enrollment has remained a major challenge for pharmaceutical companies who are conducting clinical trials. Even patients who have the intend to join a trial due to a critical illness finds it extremely difficult to collect information and processes involved in enrolling into a trial. This blog presents the possibilities of building a conversational agent […]

Enrichment Strategies for Clinical Trials

Author: Athira Sudhakaran  – Biostatistics Lead at Genpro Research.   Enrichment trials use patient characteristics to select a study population in which detection of a drug effect is more likely than it would be in an unselected population. There are three categories of enrichment strategies for Clinical Trial: Strategies to decrease heterogeneity. Prognostic enrichment strategies in […]

Introduction to Response Adaptive Randomization (RAR)

Author: Genpro Biostatistics Team Randomization have proven to be an efficient way of reducing bias and thus is widely used in clinical trials. Randomization ensures that subject allocation is balanced across treatment group and is not influenced by external forces and thus provides equal chances for subjects to receive the treatment of interest as they are […]

Biostatistical Approaches in COVID-19 Trials

Authors: Genpro Biostatistics Team After all the tensions and confusion, mankind conquered COVID-19 disease through the development of effective vaccine. When you are going through the development history of vaccines, you will come across these terms; ITT Analysis, Toxicity Monitoring, Interim analysis, Immunogenicity, noninferiority, Vaccine efficacy, etc. Yes, these terms are relevant in a novel […]