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Pharma Pulse 6/19/24: How AI is Revolutionizing Drug Development, Coverage from DIA 2024 & more


The latest news for pharma industry insiders.

DIA 2024: Machine Learning and Simulations to Facilitate Clinical Trials

In a session at the 2024 DIA Global Annual meeting in San Diego, CA, Raviv Pryluk, CEO & co-founder, PhaseV; Sam Miller, head of strategic consulting, Exploristics; and Andrew Stelzer, head of business development, Unlearn.ai addressed a number of ways simulations are currently being utilized in clinical research.

Young Adults with Type 1 Diabetes Have Suboptimal Glucose Control

Researchers suggest younger people with diabetes need more education and better support to manage their diabetes.

Establishing a Data Ecosystem Using Automation to Optimize Regulatory-Compliant Clinical Trials

Significant advances in technology are providing new opportunities to collect and utilize real-world data to establish better clinical trial protocols that have a patient-centric focus and the ability to transform healthcare. However, it is important to understand how such applications work and their impact on safety.

This webcast series uncovers the concerns of safety professionals and other stakeholders involved in the development and implementation of clinical trial protocols in the digital era and highlights methods to best apply digital data into routine practice to best optimize trial success and adhere to strict regulatory guidance.

How A.I. Is Revolutionizing Drug Development

In high-tech labs, workers are generating data to train A.I. algorithms to design better medicine, faster. But the transformation is just getting underway.

New Study Finds That Empowering Primary Care Providers with Data-Driven Cognitive Screening Tools Increases Identification of Cognitive Impairment

A new study “Self-administered gerocognitive examination (SAGE) aids early detection of cognitive impairment at primary care provider visits” published today in Frontier in Medicine by researchers at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center finds that the practical and brief SAGE test was easily incorporated into primary care providers’ visits. This screening tool resulted in a significant increase in the detection of cognitive concerns.

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