Respiratory Research – A Challenging Area
Reversibility testing, extensive run-in treatment periods, repeated serial spirometry, home-based PEF monitoring, symptom diaries, exacerbation capture, large subject recruitment requirements…
Clinical research in respiratory medicine has many unique challenges. That is why you need a partner with experience and expertise, to advise you on the best project plan, and then to deliver that plan on time and to the original budget.
CROMSOURCE – Respiratory Experts
After 20 years of experience in respiratory clinical research, CROMSOURCE is an internationally acclaimed expert in the area. That is why we were chosen to support the delivery of the UBIOPRED project in severe asthma conducted by academic and pharma partners in approximately 1000 children and adults. That is why our clients turn to CROMSOURCE again and again to support their work in respiratory medicine. They know that with CROMSOURCE they will receive a stable project team of professionals already deeply experienced in respiratory research. They know the CROMSOURCE team can provide expert insight into their development plan, and will go on to deliver their project according to the timelines and budget originally agreed
Success in respiratory projects can only be achieved on the foundation of a detailed and expert feasibility analysis. Through our proven Feasibility Plus methodology, CROMSOURCE identities the optimal country and site mix for your particular study. This is the basis for accurate planning and the key to success in meeting the originally agreed project timelines within the originally agreed budget.
CROMSOURCE has an extensive international network of proven high quality investigator sites, and has developed close relationships with many KoLs across Europe and North America. Our regulatory colleagues and clinical teams are expert at delivering drug, device and combination studies in respiratory medicine. In addition to outstanding expertise in respiratory project design and management, CROMSOURCE also has long-standing relationships with third party vendors whose products support work in this field.