Clinical trials' data integrity has been a known problem in China. As a Chinese newspaper discovered, even trial participants themselves have a hand in…

The European Parliament is calling for a shake-up in legislation to make it harder for pharma companies to duck obligations on testing medicines in children.

The European Medicines Agency recently held a workshop with stakeholders about adaptive pathways, which also allows more real-world data into drug approvals.

Martine Dehlinger-Kremer, VP of global medical and regulatory affairs at SynteractHCR, was elected president of the European CRO Federation, which represents…

A $185,000 fine and suspended license are scant penalty for repeated animal cruelty offenses at primate research specialist SNBL USA, say animal rights groups.

The executive shake-up following the formation of QuintilesIMS last month continues as CRO veteran Richard Staub is named president of its R&D solutions…

A joint working group is trying to remove obstacles to clinical research in India.

The EMA has updated its guidance on first-in-human clinical trials in light of a fatality in a French study earlier this year.