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Veristat Raises >$350K For Rare Cancer Research

Team Veristat Participate in Cycle for Survival 2021 - Virtually

 

For the past seven years, Veristat has participated in Memorial Sloan Kettering's Cycle for Survival, the movement to beat rare cancers. Founded in partnership with Equinox fitness club back in 2006, this ground-breaking research fundraiser celebrated its 15th anniversary in 2021 and has raised nearly three hundred million dollars for rare cancer research to date.

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Adapting Human Connection in a Virtual World

How We Planned an International Meeting in a Pandemic

Looking back, 2020 has taught us all a few lessons we were not expecting to learn.

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Understanding When to Submit an IND Application to the FDA

An Interview with Kevin Hennegan, Senior Regulatory Strategist, Veristat

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Evolving Risk-Based Monitoring to Improve Clinical Studies

An Interview with Dunya Botetzayas, RN, Senior Director of Clinical Monitoring at Veristat

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5 Best Practices for Making Virtual Teams Work

At Veristat our need to manage and work in virtual environments continues to increase. With six offices globally and nearly 300 employees, we are building teams with members spread out in different physical locations. Our geographically dispersed teams continue to grow with our increasing remote employee population; In fact remote workers are our largest growing population with nearly 30 % of our employees working from their home offices.

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Team Veristat Raised over $50K To Support Rare Cancer Research

Our Challenge:   Join the Battle to Beat Rare Cancers

Our Impact:   $150K Raised to Support Rare Cancer Research

For a fifth consecutive year, Team Veristat accepted this challenge in the 2019 Boston #cycleforsurvival event!   We exceeded our goal of raising $50,000 to support rare cancer research.

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More Seats at the Table | The Growth of Female Leadership in Healthcare

As a Talent Acquisition Consultant for Veristat, I receive many cover letters and resumes from candidates each day. I am often blown away by the experience, knowledge, and expertise of these individuals and always hope to match their skill sets to one of our current openings. 

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What  to Know Before Considering an Adaptive Design Clinical Trial

 

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has started encouraging the use of adaptive designs for clinical studies. In essence, adaptive designs allow prospectively planned modifications to a clinical trial based on interim data, provided scientific validity (the ability to draw sound inferences) and data integrity (credibility and reproducibility) are preserved. 

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Flexibility is the Key to Data Acquisition for Rare Disease Trials

Understanding Why Creative Data Collection Solutions Are Necessary

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Delivering Smarter, Faster & Patient-Centric  Clinical Trials with Integrated Clinical Technologies

A Recap of the New York Medidata NEXT Event: Where Science Meets Technology Meets the Future

 

Kathleen Boruchowski, Associate Director of Data Management, attended the Medidata NEXTconference in New York City on November 8-10. The conference, which has many global locations throughout the year, offered Medidata’s customers a front row seat to learn how data, insights, and technology are transforming the clinical trials industry and ultimately accelerating the hope for patients desperately seeking new treatment options.

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