2020 Executive Sponsors

BrainBaseline
Covance
THREAD Research

2020 Associate Sponsors

Actigraph
Halloran
Hibbert
PhysIQ
PRA
ProofPilot
Rebar
Science 37

2020 Supporting Sponsor

BioTel
ICON

2020 Showcase sponsor

Microsoft

2020 Supporting Partner

Digital Medicine Society – DiMe

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced the industry to quickly adapt to a more flexible clinical trial model. What was once perceived as risk is now viewed as risk mitigation and the will to embrace and scale mobile-digital tools in clinical research has never been stronger. It’s clear that patients and investigators need more choices to participate in clinical research remotely.

The 7th annual Mobile in Clinical Trials conference was presented virtually this year. It reported on the latest progress in applying mobile-digital tools and patient-facing technologies for flexibility while connecting and empowering patients. It  featured collaborative, experience-based case studies to help R&D move faster to provide more choices for patients and investigators while obtaining better outcomes in drug development. The cost of not doing this will become too great.

 


2020 Co-Chairs

Michelle Shogren, Bayer

Dan Karlin, MD, Healthmode

 

Mobile in Clinical Trials 2020…

  • was packed with dynamic case studies from Pfizer, Eli Lilly, Janssen, Bayer, Abbvie, Biogen, MyoKardia and others that will provide valuable takeaways
  • highlighted an exploratory trial in the cardiovascular space for the very first time
  • provided a practical framework for qualifying novel digital endpoints
  • included the patient’s voice in the design of a mobile clinical trial
  • featured cutting-edge technologies in development at a major U.S. hospital

     

    Key Topic Areas for 2020


    • The Rapid Transition to Virtual Trials During COVID-19 and Beyond
    • The Patient Perspective in Designing Mobile Clinical Trials
    • Strategies for Evaluating, Selecting and Documenting Connected Sensor Technologies
    • Successes and Challenges in a Trial For Patients of Sjögren’s Syndrome and Lupus
    • Live Tech Demos
    • A Successful Operating Model for Scaling Digital Capabilities
    • BYOD as an Integral Part of Remote Clinical Trials
    • Cutting-Edge Virtual Patient Care at Boston Children’s Hospital
    • Digital Endpoints and the Road Ahead
    • Mitigating the Cybersecurity Threat of Connected Medical Devices

     

    If you have a mobile app, solution or technology that you would like to showcase, please contact Meredith Sands at meredith@tcfllc.org.

    “Digital health tools have the vast potential to improve our ability to accurately diagnose and treat disease and to enhance the delivery of health care for the individual.”

    – US Food and Drug Administration

     
    We look forward to presenting this event virtually for the first time with a first-rate platform. We’re excited to connect with an even broader audience and are committed to providing the same engaging, thought-provoking experience you’ve come to expect from us. We will provide more details soon.

    Let us know if you have any questions at service@tcfllc.org.

    Sincerely,

     

     

    Mark Scherzer
    Conference Producer

    Meredith Sands
    Executive Director, Business Development

    Valerie Bowling

     

    Valerie Bowling
    Executive Director 

     

    Jennifer Moran
    Senior Project Manager

    Adam Kolanko
    Sales & Business Development Manager

     

    Elizabeth Bard
    Business Development Manager

    Meg

     

    Meg Gould
    Senior Conference Planner


    Allyson Adams
    Marketing Manager

     

    Efrosini Zambas
    Marketing Associate

     

Testimonials

  • "The material and presenters were excellent, and the slightly smaller size of the conference provides a more intimate setting for discussions for attendees."

    - Charlie Semenchuk, Allergan

  • "A very interesting and well organized event!"

    - Dr Kristin Hannesdottir, Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research

  • "A great one day conference, great information and understanding of what is actually being done."

    - Robin Marcus, GlobalCare Clinical Trials