Trial automator names first privacy exec; Indian genome sequenced;

> Research shows that 41 percent of Canadian clinical trials have moved away from collecting and managing trial data using just paper records. Item

> India has sequenced its first genome--that of a 52-year-old Jharkhand resident. Article 

> Phase Forward has created the corporate position of chief privacy officer, overseeing privacy and data protection policies affecting customers, and appointed VP for quality and regulatory compliance Michael Owings to the post. Release

> Molecular modeling solutions developer OpenEye Scientific has released ROCS 3.0, a shape comparison application for virtual screening and lead hopping. Announcement

> Radiosurgical device maker Accuray has selected KIKA's Veracity Internet-based EDC system to improve data quality and decision making on clinical studies that use Accuray's CyberKnife Robotic Radiosurgery System. Release

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