Webinar Date/Time: Thursday, November 30th, 2023 at 3pm EST | 12pm PST | 8pm GMT | 9pm CET
The pharma industry is facing an ever-increasing pressure to reduce clinical trial cycle times and complete study start-up with the utmost speed and efficiency. The IQVIA team of clinical FSP specialists will walk you through how to traverse the volatility in starting up a trial and forecasting what is required to ensure a speedy delivery and set-up.
The pharma industry is facing an ever-increasing pressure to reduce clinical trial cycle times and complete studies with the utmost speed and efficiency. In order to support the reduction of white space within start-up it is essential that consideration is given to planning, resourcing, technology and processes.
In this latest webinar from IQVIA FSP our team of clinical FSP specialists will walk you through how to traverse the volatility in starting up a trial and forecasting what is required to ensure a speedy delivery and set-up. We’ll highlight how the need for in-depth resource forecasting including task navigation and building the right team structure with the right skills and knowledge are imperative in study start-up.
We’ll also outline where applying co-design processes, technology, and being able to measure success add value to your outsourcing partnerships.
Three key take-aways
VP Clinical Operations – FSP Outsourcing
Global Alliance Lead – IQVIA
Kelly holds a B.Sc (Hons) in Neuroscience from the University of Sussex and a D.Phil in cell cycle research from the Medical Research Council (UK). She has been part of the clinical FSP team at IQVIA since 2016. Kelly currently manages a global FSP partnership. She led the initial transition to IQVIA from an incumbent CRO in early 2021 and again into a sole provider relationship in 2022. Prior to that, Kelly was the Regional Head of FSP for the Asia Pacific Region. She has 20 years of experience in the industry.
Prior to joining IQVIA, Kelly held roles in Alliance, Project, and Clinical Operations management. She initially started her career as a CRA in the UK and relocated to Singapore in 2009 returning to the UK in 2021.
Director Solution Engineering
Lorenzo is a strong clinical research professional with a PhD in Biology from Milan University and a Master of Business Administration from Warwick Business School. He has more than 15 years of experience in the Life Science Industry with roles in Clinical Ops, Business Development, Data and Clin Tech. Lorenzo strategically supports clinical tech solutions for Large Pharma companies and is actively involved in different clinical process and technology improvement and optimization workstreams (i.e. site payment, site interaction, start up, contract negotiation, budgeting, enrollment optimization). Lorenzo is Italian but moved to Basel, Switzerland, 4 years ago with the family.