Celebrating Clinical Trials Awareness Week with a Google Hangout and Tweet Chat #CTAW2015 #CTAW

Clinical Trials Awareness Week May 4-8, 2015 May 4-8, 2015 marks Clinical Trials Awareness Week, and we hope you’ll join us for a week of activities. We’re raising awareness about the need for volunteers by shining a national spotlight on the issue. An overwhelming number of clinical trials fail solely due to lack of volunteers. … Read more>>

C.H.E.E.R. Campaign – Giving the Real Heroes the Recognition They Deserve!

Clinical Heroes Educated & Engaged in Research (CHEER) Campaign Researchers are making great strides in learning more about the diseases and conditions that can affect us all. Making breakthrough discoveries and developing cutting-edge therapies can only happen with the help of volunteers who step up to partner with scientists and participate in research studies. Every … Read more>>

Tom’s Story: How Parkinson’s Disease Drives One Man to Make a Difference

In this installment of our “Through the Patient Lens” Series we introduce you to Tom Eckhardt. He shares his inspiring story about being diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease (PD), along with some surprising facts about research in PD. You can read Tom’s blog at “It Is What It Is!” and follow him on Twitter @tnrunner46. Tom’s … Read more>>

Disruptive Innovations: From Center Stage to Vendor Booth

The path which led me to HealthiVibe started with Craig Lipset, Pfizer’s Global Head of R&D, interviewing me at Disruptive Innovations in 2012. That’s when the whole idea of “patient centered” clinical trials took root for me, becoming my passion. I figured if people were willing to listen to thoughts I had on how my … Read more>>