In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, late stage clinical trials are at risk of disruption as shelter-in-place and more restrictive lockdown requirements roll out across the globe. How can these trials continue if patients can’t get to the clinic?
In this episode in our Coronavirus Special Edition Series, Lou Boccumini, head of the infectious disease team at Syneos Health, discusses ways that developers can maintain continuity of their clinical trials during a pandemic – and how to create resiliency in their clinical trials for the future.
Stay tuned for more installments of the Coronavirus Special Edition Series, which will explore, from an operational standpoint, the impact of COVID-19 on the biopharma industry, the challenges for rapid R&D in an outbreak environment, and the opportunities to leverage technology and innovation to address these critical issues. Additional materials and insights can also be found in our COVID-19 Resource Center.
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* This episode was recorded on 3/19/2020.