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Maggie Kilgallon

Maggie Kilgallon
Maggie is a Marketing Coordinator at ClinEdge, BTC Network, and GuideStar Research. She assists the internal marketing team with content creation, conference planning, webinar management, external partnerships, social media strategy, and other marketing efforts.
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Employee Q&A: Emma Joyce

Our teams are comprised of amazing people of all different backgrounds and strengths. What they have in common is their passion for clinical research,..

Oct 16, 2018 0

ClinX Companies Appoint Former CenterWatch COO, Joan Chambers, as Vice President of Marketing and Strategy

Quincy, MA, August 6, 2018 – ClinX is pleased to announce the appointment of former CenterWatch COO, Joan Chambers, as Vice President of Marketing and..

Aug 06, 2018 0

How Can I Offer Patient Travel Services and Remain IRB/EC Compliant?

Many sponsors who are new to the idea of implementing travel services are wary of the compliance regulations involved, and rightfully so. As with any..

Jun 18, 2018 0

Benefits of Travel Services for Clinical Trials

Why should you consider travel services for your clinical trial? The answer is simple - patients are always going to need to travel for studies,..

Jun 14, 2018 0

Travel Coordination is Part of the Patient Experience

It is common knowledge in our industry that patient recruitment efforts are crucial to the success of a clinical trial. There are many barriers that..

Jun 01, 2018 0

"Right to Try Act" Signed Into Law

On Wednesday, May 30th, President Trump signed the “Right to Try Act” into law. ”Right to Try” allows terminally ill patients to access experimental..

May 31, 2018 0

Study Shows that with Clinical Trial Participation Comes the Burden of Travel

A recent study published in The Oncologist showed that patients who enroll in clinical trials are heavily burdened by the travel required of them in..

May 11, 2018 0

3 Steps to Remember When Recruiting Rare Disease Patients

On the surface, recruiting patients for a rare disease trial can seem like a difficult task. Due to the nature of their conditions, fewer rare disease..

May 08, 2018 0