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  • Case Study: ClinicalRM and Clinical Studio By choosing to implement Clinical Studio’s feature-rich platform, ClinicalRM is able to build and manage studies more efficiently than ever, allowing them focus less on trial costs and more on their mission: to deliver solutions to fight disease and improve lives…everywhere.  Download the case study: ClinicalRM Case Study FINAL for RELEASE
  • Meet Our Experts at the World Vaccine Congress and Join Our Roundtable Discussion ClinicalRM is a returning Bronze Sponsor at the 2017 World Vaccine Congress Washington (WVC), April 10-12 in Washington D.C.  We look forward to seeing you at this exciting conference and we hope you’ll take the time to visit our booth (#16). Additionally, Sr. Medical Advisor at ClinicalRM, Dr. Leslie Lobel, will be moderating a special roundtable ...
  • Engage with ClinicalRM Experts: 2017 Events ClinicalRM will be participating in a large number of global conferences and trade shows in 2017.  To see where our team will be this year, click here for our event list and check back often for updates. If you would like to schedule time to meet us at an upcoming event, please send your request to ...
  • View the Presentation: Infectious Disease BioIntelligence/Biobank Symposium at ASTMH A special thank you to our colleagues for attending and engaging with us in Atlanta!  We look forward to seeing you at our second symposium, tentatively in early 2017, to continue discussion on this topic.  Please visit our website often for updates on this event or contact us directly at info@clinicalrm.com. Infectious Disease Biobanking: A Global ...
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  • Join ClinicalRM at the ASTMH 65th Annual Meeting in Atlanta Join our leadership team and infectious disease experts at the ASTMH 65th Annual Meeting in Atlanta.  Meet us at our booth, engage with us in the poster hall, or be a special guest at our evening symposium. November 13-17, 2016 This five-day conference brings together some of the world’s top global health experts and we are pleased ...
  • ClinicalRM 2016 Years of Service Awards ClinicalRM is grateful for its employees’ dedicated years of service to the organization. Each employee’s significant contributions and support of the company’s mission to fight disease and improve global health are what makes ClinicalRM what it is today. We are honored to share these career milestones with each employee. This month we celebrate their ...
  • Press Release, September 20, 2016, ClinicalRM Formally Acquired by ICON Acquisition to expand infectious disease programs and global footprint HINCKLEY, OHIO — September 20, 2016 — ClinicalRM (Clinical Research Management, Inc.) today announces that it has completed its previously publicized acquisition by ICON Plc.  ICON, a global provider of drug development solutions and services to pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries, with Phase I-IV clinical trial ...
  • VIDEO – Global Health Crises: Preparation, Response, & Lessons Learned Joseph Sgherza, President of ClinicalRM, and Kevin Bickford, Sr. Director of Global Operations, recently interviewed with PharmaVOICE Magazine for an Editor’s Take Video at the DIA 2016 Annual Conference, addressing the following key questions: • What is ClinicalRM doing to prepare and respond to global health crises, particularly infectious diseases such as Zika and Ebola, that ...
  • Press Release, August 8, 2016: ClinicalRM and Mapp Biopharmaceutical Combine Efforts to Continue the Fight against Ebola ClinicalRM will again deploy its boots-on-the-ground approach to fighting Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) with an expanded access protocol for ZMappTM, an investigational treatment for EVD, in Africa and the U.S. HINCKLEY, OHIO — (BUSINESSWIRE) — August 8, 2016 — ClinicalRM will again deploy its boots-on-the-ground approach to fighting Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) with an expanded access ...
  • Welcome, Dr. Leslie Lobel, Senior Medical Advisor – Medical Expert Office Dr. Lobel is a member of the Department of Microbiology, Immunology and Genetics in the Faculty of Health Sciences at Ben Gurion University. In addition, he is a member of the Department of Emerging and Reemerging diseases and Special Pathogens at the Uganda Virus Research Institute (UVRI) in Entebbe, Uganda.  He earned his B.A., Summa ...
  • Press Release, June 30, 2016: ICON to Acquire Clinical Research Management, Inc. ClinicalRM is pleased to announce today in a press release (below) with ICON plc. that we have agreed, subject to certain customary closing conditions (including applicable regulatory approvals), to be acquired by ICON plc, (NASDAQ: ICLR) a global provider of drug development solutions and services to the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries. The ClinicalRM organization ...
  • ClinicalRM Seeking Zika-Positive Individuals for CDC Project Under a six-month project funded by ASPR’s Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA), ClinicalRM, will collect blood samples from people who have had confirmed Zika virus infection, in coordination with state and local health departments and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. These samples will be collected and made available to diagnostic companies ...
  • CRO Scientific Talent and Strengthening Global Partnerships Joseph Sgherza, President, Discusses Global Talent and Partnerships with PharmaVOICE During a recent interview with PharmaVOICE, ClinicalRM President Joseph Sgherza discussed the advantages sponsors can gain from utilizing the global talent and network of a CRO.  “CROs can tap a robust and top scientific talent pipeline, ranging from notable KOLs from academia and government institutes such ...
  • VISIT US AT DIA 2016 IN PHILADELPHIA, JUNE 26-30 Engage with Us at Exhibit Booth #550 ClinicalRM will be exhibiting at DIA 2016 Annual Meeting, June 26-30, at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia.  We invite you to visit our medical experts at exhibit booth #550 to learn more about our ongoing global programs, international partnerships, and rapid response efforts to infectious disease outbreaks, such ...
  • VISIT US AT BIO 2016 IN SAN FRANCISCO, JUNE 6-9 Engage with Us at Exhibit Booth #5568 ClinicalRM will be exhibiting at the 2016 BIO International Convention, June 6-9, at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.  We invite you to visit our medical experts at exhibit booth #5568 to learn more about our ongoing global programs, international partnerships, and rapid response efforts to infectious disease outbreaks, ...
  • May 4, 2016 – Press Release, ClinicalRM Supports U.S. Zika Emergency Response ClinicalRM leverages the capabilities of its Zika Consortium to provide Zika-positive blood samples for BARDA HINCKLEY, OHIO — MAY 4, 2016 — ClinicalRM continues its global leadership role in fighting infectious diseases with a recent federal contract to collect samples from Zika-positive patients – a crucial step in the development of diagnostic tests for a disease ...
  • May 2, 2016 – Press Release, ClinicalRM Appoints Claudia Christian VP, Global Operations With more than 20 years of operational experience in the CRO industry, Christian will be leading international strategic leadership for ClinicalRM’s global health and rapid response programs in the government and commercial marketplaces.  HINCKLEY, OHIO – May 2, 2016 – Clinical Research Management (ClinicalRM) today announced that Claudia Christian has been named Vice President of Global ...
  • April 19, 2016 – Press Release, ClinicalRM’s New Location Near Largest Research Park in U.S. ClinicalRM’s Strong Growth and Enlargement of Global Infectious Disease Programs Drives New Office Expansion Near Research Triangle Park in North Carolina HINCKLEY, OHIO — APRIL 19, 2016 — ClinicalRM is pleased to announce a new office location in Cary, North Carolina, in response to a proven demand to meet the strong regional growth requests for its ...
  • BRONZE SPONSOR, EXHIBITOR, AND SPEAKER AT WORLD VACCINE CONGRESS US 2016   Proud Bronze Sponsor Washington D.C.  •  March 29 – 31 ENGAGE WITH US!     VISIT CLINICALRM AT EXHIBIT BOOTH #41: We look forward to your visit at our booth to meet our executive leadership team and infectious disease experts.  View the floor plan here or contact us to schedule a meeting. JOIN CLINICALRM’S INDUSTRY ROUND TABLE: ClinicalRM’s virology and ...
  • Zika Virus: A Worldwide Concern and What You Should Know Jere M. Boyer, Ph.D. and Claudia Christian    January 28, 2016 Introduction Recently there has been much press related to the appearance of a tropical virus, Zika Virus (ZV), in Harris County Texas.1 The little-known, mosquito-borne tropical virus is believed to be linked to serious birth defects. Currently, the Harris County Texas case and several other cases ...
  • January 22, 2016 – Press Release, ClinicalRM Announces Global Infrastructure Development Group and Addition of World-renowned Humanitarian, Dr. Kimmie Weeks ClinicalRM’s boots on the ground, first response group HINCKLEY, OHIO — JANUARY 22, 2016 — ClinicalRM is pleased to announce the launch of a Global Infrastructure Development (GID) group that works both independently and collaboratively with other ClinicalRM departments and its international partners to oversee the development of infrastructure solutions and collaborate on clinical studies. These ...
  • Ebola Is Not Over: A Speech From an Ebola Survivor     “For us, Ebola is not over,” said Yusif Koroma.  “For the 4,051 men, women and children who are our Ebola Survivor Community, we will continue to live with the memories and the medical complications for a long time to come.”     Mr. Yusif Koroma is a survivor of the 2014-2015  deadly Ebola outbreak in West Africa. With ...
  • Watch “Together Where it Matters: Fighting Ebola in West Africa” ClinicalRM continues to work with international partners to study the long-term health affects of Ebola survivors, advance EVD research for future therapeutics, and develop state-of-the-art models to engage governments, academia, and pharmaceutical organizations in the fight against Ebola. Watch our special video below that highlights our 2014-2015 efforts, “Together Where it Matters: Fighting Ebola in West Africa.”  
  • An Evening with Ebola Experts at ASTMH, October 2015 ClinicalRM and INC Research cosponsored An Evening with Ebola Experts symposium at the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (ASTMH) 64th Annual Meeting in Philadelphia.  Keynote speaker, Dr. Jerry Brown, TIME Magazine 2014 Person of the Year and 2015 Most Influential Persons, spoke to an international audience of infectious disease experts from academia, government and commercial organizations on the lessons ...
  • Cleveland Ebola Talk, October 22 at CWRU ClinicalRM and Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) School of Medicine Co-Sponsor “Learning from Ebola: Preparing for the Next Epidemic” October 22 • CWRU Wolstein Research Building Auditorium The recent outbreak of the Ebola virus in West Africa claimed tens of thousands of lives and has set back the region’s ability to provide adequate health care to its population ...
  • Freetown Blood Bank Strengthened by Ebola Research Study FREETOWN, SIERRA LEONE – The upgrade of the Blood Bank at the Connaught Hospital was officially recognised today at an opening ceremony. Dr. Janet Scott from the University of Liverpool, and Clinical Lead of the Convalescent Plasma Study, and Mr. Joseph Sgherza, President of Clinical Research Management (ClinicalRM), presented a commemorative plaque to Dr. Sam ...
  • The Power of Joining Forces on Ebola Survivors Initiatives: ClinicalRM and Waves For Water Watch our new video to learn more.
  • Vitamin Angels Awards Micronutrient Grant to ELWA Hospital in Monrovia for Ebola Survivors Program AUGUST 18, 2015 – Hinckley, Ohio – We are pleased to announce a generous micronutrient grant from Vitamin Angels, awarded to ELWA (Eternal Love Winning Africa) Hospital in Monrovia, Liberia, and in support of Ebola Survivors Initiatives. ELWA’s Medical Director and world-renowned leader in the fight against Ebola, Dr. Jerry Brown, leads the Ebola Survivors ...
  • Joseph Sgherza Appointed as President of ClinicalRM AUGUST 1, 2015 – Hinckley, Ohio – We are pleased to announce, effective August 1, 2015, Joseph Sgherza is appointed as President of ClinicalRM. Mr. Sgherza joined ClinicalRM in August 2014 as Senior Vice President of Global Operations. With over 26 years in clinical research, balanced between pharmaceutical, academic and clinical research organizations (CROs), Mr. ...
  • Ebola Survivors’ Plasma Used in Freetown, Sierra Leone JULY 21, 2015 – Freetown, Sierra Leone – The first donations of plasma from survivors of the Ebola epidemic in Sierra Leone, have been given to Ebola Patients at an Ebola Treatment Unit in Freetown, Sierra Leone. The team is led by scientists at the University of Liverpool and colleagues at the 34th Regiment Military Hospital ...
  • ClinicalRM Exhibiting at DIA 51st Annual Meeting and BIO 2015 International Convention ClinicalRM will be exhibiting at both the DIA 51st Annual Meeting in Washington D.C. (booth #2442), as well as at the 2015 BIO International Conference in Philadelphia (booth #543). Stop by and visit us to learn about our recent global infectious disease efforts, and how our expertise can be a resource for your next clinical ...
  • ClinicalRM Partners with Waves For Water for Ebola Survivors Initiative in Liberia We are excited to announce a partnership with Waves For Water, a charitable organization focusing on proactive measures to deliver safe drinking water for people in impoverished areas. Waves For Water works with world leaders, non-profits, and government agencies to provide large-scale solutions for water filtration systems and alleviate issues related to contaminated drinking water ...
  • By Special Invite from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, ClinicalRM is Honored to Participate in the 2015 Global Partners Forum in Seattle By special invite from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, ClinicalRM is honored to participate in the 2015 Global Partners Forum this week, and along with the Gates Foundation, celebrate a milestone year for global health and development.  In attendance is Vicki Tifft, CEO, and Joseph Sgherza, Senior Vice President of Global Operations, who are ...
  • Senior Vice President of Global Operations, Joseph Sgherza, Discusses Current Logistical Hurdles in West Africa Ebola Trials at University Hospitals Case Medical Center on April 15th April 10, 2015 – Hinckley, Ohio – ClinicalRM’s Senior Vice President of Global Operations, Joseph Sgherza, will discuss Current Logistical Hurdles in West Africa Ebola Trials, at University Hospitals Case Medical Center (UHCMC) Clinical Research Forum.  The presentation is scheduled for Wednesday, April 15th from 1:00-2:30 at the Kulas Auditorium (UHCMC).  Joining Mr. ...
  • President & CEO, Vicki Tifft, Represents ClinicalRM as a “Growth Champion of the Middle-Market” at the Greater Cleveland Middle-Market Forum on May 8th April 10, 2015 – ClinicalRM’s President & CEO, Vicki Tifft, is one of three CEO’s to represent their organization in the Circle of Growth Champions panel, as a Growth Champion of the Middle-Market, at the 2015 Greater Cleveland Middle-Market Forum.  The forum is scheduled for May 8th at Corporate College East ...
  • President & CEO, Vicki Tifft, discusses “Responsibilities of a Business Owner” on Your Business, You March 25, 2015 – ClinicalRM’s President & CEO, Vicki Tifft, discusses "Responsibilities of a Business Owner" along with recent developments at ClinicalRM, on Your Business, Your Legacy BlogTalkRadio. Click here to listen to the full interview.
  • Executive Leadership Team Visits the European Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (ECCMID) Members of our Executive Leadership Team from both ClinicalRM, and our affiliate, ClinicalRM-Africa, visited the 25th European Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (ECCMID) in Copenhagen last week.  It was our pleasure to participate in this one of a kind forum, bringing together infectious disease and microbiology subject-matter experts from around the world! ...
  • NIH Expands Capacity for Early-Stage Human Testing of Infectious Disease Treatment Candidates January 14, 2015 – The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), part of the National Institutes of Health, has awarded contracts to three organizations to support early-stage human clinical trials of investigational infectious disease treatments. The new awards for the Phase I Clinical Trial Units for Therapeutics increases the number of funded organizations under ...
  • FDA Approves INTERCEPT Blood System for Plasma Cerus’ Blood Safety Technology is Indicated to Reduce the Risk of Transfusion-Transmitted Infections from Plasma Components DECEMBER 16, 2014 – Concord, Calif. – Cerus Corporation (NASDAQ: CERS) today announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the INTERCEPT Blood System for plasma. The INTERCEPT plasma system is approved for ex vivo preparation of ...
  • Clinical Trial Evaluating Effectiveness Of Convalescent Plasma Therapy For The Treatment Of The Ebola Virus Underway In Liberia First Ebola Patient has Received Plasma from an Ebola Survivor in Liberia; Sustainable Infrastructure to Combat Ebola and Other Infectious Diseases Now Established DECEMBER 15, 2014 – Hinckley, Ohio – Clinical Research Management, Inc. (ClinicalRM) today announced that the clinical trial evaluating the safety and efficacy of Ebola convalescent plasma (ECP) for the treatment of ...
  • Global Emerging Pathogen Treatment Consortium Formed To Study Potential Of Immune Plasma Treatment In The Fight Against Ebola African-led Group of Clinicians, Blood Banks and Social Science Experts, in Collaboration with US-based ClinicalRM and United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases, Work to Identify a Better Understanding and Solutions to Ebola Outbreak NOVEMBER 19, 2014 – Hinckley, Ohio – An African-led scientific team in collaboration with US-based Clinical Research Management, Inc. ...
  • Gates Foundation Announces Support to Ebola-Affected Countries to Accelerate the Evaluation of Potential Treatments SEATTLE (November 18, 2014) – The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation today announced that it will be supporting efforts in Guinea and other Ebola-affected countries to scale up the production and evaluation of convalescent plasma and other convalescent blood products as potential therapies for people infected with the Ebola virus. Various drug candidates will also ...
  • ClinicalRM and Ohio Clinical Trials Collaborative Launch Partnership Collaboration Delivers Integrative Clinical Development Services for Pharmaceutical Industry JUNE 24, 2014 – Cleveland, Ohio – ClinicalRM, Inc. and the Ohio Clinical Trials Collaborative (OCTC) announce a co-marketing partnership offering joint services for clinical trials of new biologics, drugs and medical devices. The relationship will serve the organizations’ mutual customers with a full spectrum of development ...
  • ClinicalRM Awarded BARDA Contract to Support the “Medical Countermeasures Clinical Studies Network” MARCH 12, 2014 – Hinckley, Ohio – Clinical Research Management, Inc. (ClinicalRM) – a full-service Contract Research Organization (CRO) providing support for basic and applied research, clinical trials, and regulatory support – announced today it was awarded a contract by the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA). With this contract award ClinicalRM becomes part of ...
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  • Wound Infections: The Microbial War Is Raging">Wound Infections: The Microbial War Is Raging Since 2003, there has been a healthy debate over the role the United States has chosen to play in the Middle East, specifically, over the choice to engage in two wars with somewhat nebulous goals. Nine years later, we still have soldiers deploying and are now saddled with the escalating cost of precious lives, wounded, ...
  • Wound Infection: How Are We Solving the Problem?">Wound Infection: How Are We Solving the Problem? A great number of wounded warfighters survive their initial injuries because the personnel are protected with the latest body armor and personal protection. Similarly, outside the military arena, our ability to repair the human body has taken us to places we never imagined. What we are seeing in the stead of trauma recovery is a ...
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  • Antimicrobial Resistance – Why Antibiotics Are Not A Cure-All">Antimicrobial Resistance – Why Antibiotics Are Not A Cure-All Antibiotics, members of a drug family known as antimicrobial agents, have been used to treat patients with infectious diseases for over 70 years. In this paper we will discuss how antibiotics should work and some of the most common mechanisms whereby antibiotic resistance occurs.

 
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