Game show doubles as recruitment tool; CRO Norwich offers Oracle-based pharmacovigilance service;

> Vanderbilt researchers have developed a game show--part Jeopardy, part Saturday Night Live, part MythBusters--dispelling clinical trial myths as a recruitment tool aimed at prospective cancer trial subjects. Article (sub. req.)

> CRO Norwich Pharmaceuticals has expanded its third-party clinical research service offerings to include bioanalytical studies via API 4000 LC/MS systems and pharmacovigilance monitoring services supported by Oracle AERS software. Release

> Clinipace Worldwide, a self-described digital CRO, has won four projects across multiple therapeutic areas and multiple trial phases from four new clients. Article

> eResearchTechnology is acquiring the research services division of CareFusion, a provider of respiratory diagnostics and manufacturer of diagnostic devices. Release

> Supernus Pharmaceuticals has selected PharmaVigilant's InSpire EDC solution, as well as I-Vault, I-Warehouse and Remote Source Document Verification software, to support two trials of central nervous system disease treatments. Item

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