Peter O'Donnell


Europe Recruiting Additional Healthcare Teams for Specialized Rare Disease Networks

October 21, 2019

With a month left to join one of the 24 ERNs, Peter O'Donnell writes that this initiative is a welcomed demonstration of how cooperation can function in the common interest.

European Researchers Struggle to Communicate

March 22, 2019

A statement from Europe's drug industry and medical societies calls for adequate funding for translational research, explaining the importance, and highlighting the challenges it faces.

Trial Participants: The Unsung Heroes of Clinical Research

January 29, 2019

Ingrid Klingmann, chair of EFGCP, speaks to Applied Clinical Trials about the efforts industry can make to change the way all stakeholders can improve clinical research.

Brexit or no Brexit, it's an EMA Exit

January 24, 2019

The British government and the country's squabbling parliament are still incapable of deciding when-or even if-the UK should leave the European Union, still less how.

Another Crack Appears in the Crumbling Clinical Trials Consensus

January 10, 2019

Right at the start of the year, the calls for radical change in the way that drug development is organized are emerging thick and fast in Europe.

First Catch Your Regulatory Science Hare

January 02, 2019

The instructions of a legendary 19th recipe for jugged hare began: "First catch your hare".