The purpose of most clinical trials really boils down to a single question: Does my drug work? If you’re feeling really ambitious, you may add a second question: How does my drug work? Medical imaging is one important tool for answering these questions, but imaging can be complicated, and mistakes are sometimes made. When things go wrong between you and your imaging provider, it’s not easy to determine the reason.
Join BioTelemetry Research’s Ed Ashton, Ph.D., Vice President of Oncology Imaging and Danielle Lewis, M.S., PMP, Global Operations Account Manager, for this educational, complimentary webinar. This webinar will discuss real-world scientific and operational examples of errors that can occur during your imaging clinical trial, and address how you can anticipate, but most of all avoid them. This webinar will discuss real-world scientific and operational examples of errors that can occur during your imaging clinical trial, and address how you can avoid them.
From study design through study execution, the experts will be addressing how to:
- Set clear expectations
- Ask all the right questions
- Ensure you’ve received the right answers
- Optimize your communication strategies
- Build effective timelines
Edward Ashton, Ph.D., Vice President, Oncology Imaging, BioTelemetry Research (Cardiocore & VirtualScopics)
Edward Ashton serves as the Vice President of Oncology Imaging for BioTelemetry Research. In this role, he has provided technical leadership on more than 100 clinical trials in oncology and neurology over the past fifteen years. Dr. Ashton is a frequent speaker at international imaging conferences, and has authored many peer-reviewed publications describing his research.
Prior to joining BioTelemetry Research (Cardiocore & VirtualScopics), Dr. Ashton was a lead signal processing engineer at The MITRE Corporation in McLean, VA. Earlier in his career, he spent three years as a research engineer with the Naval Research Laboratory, where he received the Alan Berman Research Publication Award and was nominated for the Edison Award for Applied Science. Dr. Ashton has produced numerous articles on target detection and image analysis with military applications. He received both his Ph.D. and M.S. degrees in electrical engineering from the University of Rochester, and his B.S. degree in electrical engineering from Loyola College.
Danielle Lewis, M.S., PMP, Global Operations Account Manager, BioTelemetry Research (Cardiocore & VirtualScopics)
Danielle Lewis serves as the Global Operations Account Manager for BioTelemetry Research (Cardiocore & VirtualScopics). In this role, she is responsible for the operational and relationship management of key accounts. Danielle provides strategic and tactical management and leadership to senior project managers, project managers and cross-functional teams to ensure projects proceed on schedule and comply with operational standards. Danielle is also responsible for process improvement, standardization and optimizing efficiencies for her portfolio.
Prior to joining BioTelemetry Research, Danielle was a Key Accounts Manager at a local company where she managed a team that focused on client relationship. Danielle received her M.S. at Roberts Wesleyan College and was also awarded the Distinguished Leadership Award.
Who Should Attend?
This webinar will benefit medical and non-medical professionals in the biopharmaceutical industry, especially those supporting imaging drug development with roles in:
- Clinical Research
- Clinical Development
- Medical Affairs
- Clinical Operations
- Project Management
- Regulatory Affairs
As a division of BioTelemetry, Inc. (NASDAQ: BEAT), BioTelemetry Research provides expert Cardiac and Imaging core lab solutions for the advancement of clinical drug development. Our cardiac network processes over 2 billion heartbeats a day, while supporting over 20,000 sites and 30,000 devices monthly, and monitoring nearly 600,000 patients and research subjects a year. We offer global operational support for cardiovascular monitoring in all therapeutic areas, and advanced imaging analyses in cardiovascular, oncology, neurology, metabolic, musculoskeletal and medical device studies. Our research team is comprised of key opinion leaders, board certified radiologists and cardiologists, sub-specialty scientists, and highly trained technicians. These experts acquire, evaluate, and report high-quality data through an efficient, cloud-based infrastructure. Additionally, we offer integrated spirometry and ECG services in cardio-respiratory clinical trials through an exclusive alliance with Vitalograph. For more information please visit www.gobio.com/research.