Informatics and clinical supply chain management: A stronger link for drug development

Tuesday, September 9, 2008 General News J E 4
GREENWICH, CT, September 8 Doug Meyer, Senior Directorfor Aptuit Informatics, discusses the role and importance of informatics intoday's clinical trial environment. The conversation highlightsconsiderations and market factors that companies face when managing clinicalsupplies, the current informatics environment, where the future of this vitalpiece of the drug development puzzle is moving, and its potential impact on adrug development program.

How: The podcast will be accessible for one month via the Aptuithomepage. After this time the podcast will be archived in the media sectionof the resource library. Follow the click path below to listen to thepodcast. Resource library -> Media -> Podcasts


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About Aptuit

Aptuit, Inc. is a global company focused on streamlining and supportingthe drug development process for biotechnology and pharmaceutical innovators.The company was founded by a group of industry experts with extensive marketexperience who have a track record of building a similar, highly successfulcompany through acquisitions and investment. Aptuit provides a comprehensivesuite of product development services and competencies to more than 800biotechnology and large, fully integrated pharmaceutical innovatorsworldwide. Aptuit's mission is to engineer a better drug development process,and is partnered with Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe, one of the world'slargest private equity investors. For more information about Aptuit, pleasevisit

Minimum Requirements: a computer, an Internet connection, (broadbandrequired), a portable MP3/Video player or MP3/Video-player application onyour computer, podcasting software and QuickTime 7. If you experienceproblems downloading the podcast, send an email to The Podcast is available now for download Where: OR

SOURCE Aptuit, Inc.


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