Why are we launching our free “Clinical Trials Finder” for charities for World Clinical Trials Day this May 2023.
Friday 12th May 2023
Clinical trials are a critical part of medical research, and they play a vital role in developing new treatments and medications for a wide range of illnesses. However, finding the right clinical trial can be a daunting task, especially for patients and charities who are not familiar with the process. Fortunately, Akkure Genomics has recently released a new tool that can help. The free Global Clinical Trials Finder, released ahead of World Clinical Trials Day on the 20th May 2023, is a powerful resource for anyone seeking to participate in or support clinical trials around the world.
What is the Global Clinical Trials Finder?
The Global Clinical Trials Finder is a new tool released by Akkure Genomics that makes it easier for patients and charities to find clinical trials that are relevant to their needs. The tool is entirely free to use and provides a comprehensive database of clinical trials from around the world. Users can search for trials based on a variety of criteria, including location, condition, and treatment type. The tool provides detailed information on each trial, including eligibility requirements, trial duration, and contact information for the research team.
Why is the Global Clinical Trials Finder important?
The Global Clinical Trials Finder is an important resource for several reasons. First and foremost, it can help patients and charities find clinical trials that offer potential treatment options for their conditions. This is particularly important for patients who have exhausted all other treatment options and are looking for new and innovative therapies. Second, the tool can help charities and patient advocacy groups identify clinical trials that align with their mission and goals. This can help these organisations provide better support and resources to their communities. Finally, the Global Clinical Trials Finder can help promote greater transparency and collaboration in the medical research community. By providing a centralised database of clinical trials, the tool can help researchers and patients connect more easily and efficiently.
The release of our Global Clinical Trials Finder is an exciting development for the medical research community. By making it easier for patients and charities to find relevant clinical trials, the tool has the potential to accelerate the pace of medical innovation and improve patient outcomes. As we approach World Clinical Trials Day 2023, it is essential to recognise the critical role that clinical trials play in advancing medical science, and to support initiatives like the Global Clinical Trials Finder that make it easier for patients and charities to participate in this vital research.
Please reach out to our team at support@akkurecom if you would like to find out more information or visit https://www.akkure.com/ai-trial-finder/ to register your interest.
Prof Oran Rigby,
Founder Akkure Genomics
Akkure was founded by Professor Oran Rigby, a consultant in intensive care medicine and surgery and Professor Amy Hollingsworth an Australian respiratory and lung transplant medical consultant in Dublin in 2019. The company is affiliated with NOVA UCD and has secured major funding through the Government’s Disruptive Technology Innovation Fund and Enterprise Ireland along with their consortium partners Microsoft and FutureNeuro at the Royal College of Surgeons Ireland. The firm employs 20 people and is based at the Nexus building in UCD in Dublin. For further information go to www.akkure.com
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