Mary Dixon Drake, Innovenn, Inc.’s Founder and Chief Executive Officer, announces the opening of Innovenn’s new Human Factors testing facility. What is Human Factors? Human Factors (i.e. usability engineering) studies are conducted in numerous industries, e.g., medical device, pharmaceutical, communications, etc., both nationally and internationally. Innovenn’s focus for Human Factors studies is to examine how […]
Clinical trials are a key part of the foundation for creating life-saving advancements in health care that depend on the participation of volunteers from all walks of life. You may be a perfectly healthy person or someone battling cancer, but your participation in research is vital to new discoveries.
Here’s the reality: there are more than 200,000 clinical trials registered on the United States National Institutes of Health (NIH) clinical trials website throughout the United States and 191 countries.
For people with rare diseases, there are far fewer applications for iPhones or Android-based mobile devices than those with the most common diseases, according to a 2013 study by Borja Martinez-Perez of the University of Valladolid, Spain, published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research, and simple web searches for internet apps.