Stepping Outside of Your Comfort Zone: How to Break into New Therapeutic Areas

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Stepping Outside of Your Comfort Zone: How to Break into New Therapeutic Areas

This webinar was recorded on October 31, 2018.

Expanding into new therapeutic areas outside of your norm can be a necessity these days to stay afloat in this competitive industry. So, then, how do you go about landing your first study in an indication in which your investigator has no clinical research experience? 

In this webinar, we discussed how to forecast therapeutic industry trends and identify which therapeutic areas make sense for you to explore. With certain patient populations having the ability to crossover, your site could have access to an entirely different patient population already. By strategically leveraging your resources, effectively preparing novice investigators and making a lasting impression with sponsors during the site selection process, your site will be able to adapt to the ever-changing trends and step out of your comfort zone with confidence. 

Topics covered included: 

- Forecasting therapeutic trends in the industry; 
- Picking the right study to get your foot in the door; 
- Leveraging your site's overall experience and resources you already have; and 
- Completing feasibility questionnaires in a naive indication and putting your best put forward during the selection process.

 

This webinar was recorded on October 31, 2018. Watch the full recording of the webinar by clicking the link below.

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About the Presenter:

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CASEY BRESCIA

Director of Site Relations

Casey oversees the business development team and works closely with research sites and sponsors/CROs in several capacities. The BTC Network business development team dedicates their efforts towards increasing research sites’ clinical trial pipelines and profitability, while also streamlining the site selection process for sponsors/CROs.

Tags: Business Development, Therapeutic Areas

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