Medical Science Liaison vs Clinical Liaison: What’s the Difference?

Research organizations utilize a variety of medical professionals to conduct successful clinical trials. Two of those positions are a medical science liaison and a clinical liaison. Both play a crucial role in keeping research organizations running smoothly, while taking on separate roles and responsibilities. While these two positions have similar qualities, medical science liaisons and […]


The Exhausted Doctor Will See You Now: How Physician Burnout Effects Patient Care

See if this scenario sounds familiar: a physician is working in an emergency room and is trying to get more information out of a patient before he can make a diagnosis. But when he has the opportunity to move on to the next patient, the EMR is crashing and he isn’t able to look at […]


May Tradeshows: A Review!

The Bio-Optronics sales team had a busy tradeshow schedule during the month of May, and we thought we’d take a look back at the month and give our thoughts! Bio-Optronics went to a variety of tradeshows for both Clinical Conductor CTMS and Momentum Scheduling to meet with potential customers, current users, and partners. From Seattle to […]


Contract Negotiations: Current Trends and Hot Topics

Last week, Clinical Conductor CTMS hosted a webinar with Marilyn Windschiegl, Clinical Research Contracts and Compliance Director at PharmaSeek, to discuss the current trends in contract negotiation.  She discussed how reviewing and negotiating clinical trial agreements (CTAs) with sponsors can be a complicated endeavor, but gave listeners the tools they need to make those negotiations […]


The Globalization of Clinical Trials

Economic globalization has become increasingly prevalent over the past few decades, and the clinical research industry is no exception. Since 2002, the number of active FDA regulated investigators based outside of the US has grown by 15% annually; compare this to the decrease of 5.5% amongst U.S. based investigators. Even though globalization in the clinical […]