4 Key Principles of Digital Biomarker Development [eBook]
The first step to overcoming the challenges of using wearable sensor data capture processes and high frequency, real-world data is to develop a robust and systematic approach for accurate collection and analysis. In this ebook, we discuss four fundamental principles essential for digital solutions to realize their potential in clinical trials:
Digital biomarker discovery must be hypothesis-driven
One size does not fit all in clinical trials research
In this presentation, Kate Lyden, VP of Science and Research at VivoSense, share an example of one of the first regulated clinical trials that use a wearable sensor to monitor or measure a digital biomarker in a patient's home setting. Watch Now
During this presentation, our VP of Science and Research, Kate Lyden, Ph.D, shares an example of one of the first regulated clinical trials that used a wearable sensor to monitor or measure a digital biomarker in a patient’s home setting. Watch Now
During this presentation, our VP of Science and Research, Kate Lyden, PhD., and industry leaders share essential guidelines to start with the end in mind and take a comprehensive approach when validating new wearable solutions for clinical trials. Learn how best practice implementation will maximize the value of your data in the long term. Watch Now
Escalating costs and plummeting success rates has the pharmaceutical industry reevaluating how clinical drug trials are conducted. During this webinar presentation, you’ll hear from an expert panel about bringing digital endpoints online as quickly as practically possible. Watch Now
In this presentation, Dudley Tabakin, VivoSense CEO, discusses critical details about how to drive meaningful clinical trial data. He’ll share an internal study in which real-world respiration data were analyzed from 61 patients with Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA). Watch Now
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