Clinical Development & Late Stage Research

Social media can play a critical role in advancing knowledge of rare and orphan diseases
Shazia Ahmad, Director, Patient & Physician Services - October 02, 2017
The growth of social media interactions has played a critical role in advancing knowledge and awareness of rare and orphan diseases. Social media tools have helped stakeholders working in rare disease clinical development to increase...
UBC's home care nurses play a critical role in rare disease clinical trials
- September 20, 2017
UBC was contracted to provide clinical trial nursing services in a pivotal Phase III rare autoimmune disease trial. As this indication affects less than 2% of the population, ensuring that enrolled patients completed study...
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UBC's clinical research teams excel at speed, flexibility and collaboration
Vaishali Patil, Clinical Research Project Manager - August 17, 2017
For patients with a serious condition or immediately life-threatening disease who cannot participate in a controlled clinical trial, expanded access programs (EAPs) make investigational new drugs (INDs) available, under certain...
- July 03, 2017
During DIA’s Annual Meeting, June 18-22, in Chicago, the UBC team met hundreds of like-minded professionals, across dozens of disciplines, all focused on the goal of gaining and sharing knowledge to improve healthcare. We know that...
- June 09, 2017
A leader in patient engagement across all aspects of drug development, access, and adherence, UBC has received seven awards for excellence in marketing and communications from two distinguished organizations. The Healthcare...

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