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European Biopharmaceutical Review

e-Meetings and e-Learning - How the Internet can be Harnessed to Achieve Efficiencies in Clinical Drug Development

Driven by a need to reduce drug development costs and speed new drugs to market in the most efficient manner possible, today's pharma industry is awash with cost containment measures. Senior executives continue the search for elusive efficiencies, ranging from the overnight closure of departments that were previously considered integral to a company's success to the imposition of strict new travel policies. Few pharmaceutical companies or contract research organisations can have been immune to cost cutting in recent years and many have looked to the promise of technology to help them achieve their goals.

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By Jane Baguley, Director at Cornaxis Ltd

With an Honours degree in Cell Sciences, Jane Baguley joined the pharmaceutical industry in 1988. After five years with Yamanouchi Pharma, Jane began a varied career at Quintiles encompassing both operational and business roles including clinical project management, medical writing, communication and strategy and business management. At the beginning of 2002, Jane set up Cornaxis Ltd to provide consultancy, strategic and operational services to the pharma industry. Cornaxis focuses on the use of novel technologies to support the attainment of cost efficiencies in the drug development process, while Jane maintains a particular interest in the challenge of patient recruitment.

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