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Lessons Learned from the Trendsetters in Decentralized Trials - Rapid-Deployment of mHealth Integrations


May 28, 2020 10:17 AM

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Christian Knaus
Senior Director Client Development @snapIoT
Christian has worked globally in clinical trials since 2006. At what was then known as VIASYS Clinical Research (now ERT) he accrued his first acumen in the Respiratory field as a Project Manager producing Spirometry Solutions as well as ePRO devices with PEF-Meters for clinician as well as patient home monitoring and adding Cardiac Safety and all things eCOA to his experience portfolio over the years. Since 2016, Christian has spearheaded the path toward paperless clinical trials including eCOA solutions, BYOD solutions and wearables. In his role at ICON, he was at the forefront of the SaaS movement for clinical app development where he was instrumental in building an industry leading eCOA team of Project Managers that spans the US, UK and Germany.
Bola Oyegunwa
VP & Global Head Hybrid and Virtual Trials @Covance
Bola is an industry thought leader in developing and implementing virtual trial solutions. He is the champion for reducing patient burden in clinical trials and leads the implementation of innovative technology-enabled hybrid and virtual trials solutions for leading Biotech and pharmaceutical companies. Bola is an ex-strategy consultant with leadership roles in Corporate Strategy, Product Development and Innovation at leading CROs and regularly engages with regulatory authorities to remove regulatory barriers to the adoption of virtual clinical trials.
Jeremy Wyatt
President & COO @ActiGraph
Jeremy Wyatt is the President & COO of ActiGraph, an industry leading global provider of physical activity and sleep monitoring solutions for the pharmaceutical and academic research industries. Jeremy has over 20 years of experience working with low-power micro-electro-mechanical systems and related cloud technology, which has given him a unique perspective on the challenges and opportunities of deploying wearable technology to produce meaningful patient data. He has an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering from the University of Florida and an MBA from the University of West Florida and is a member of the Digital Medicine (DiMe) Society.