Services / Solutions
VirtualScopics manages the entire range of clinical trials imaging services from trial design to FDA submission, pre-clinical through Phase IV. We take a collaborative approach toward every study advising sponsors as to the optimal imaging protocol design and the most beneficial course of action throughout the trial.
VirtualScopics analyzes scans from multiple modalities (CT, MRI, PET, X-Ray, DEXA, Ultrasound, etc) and through the use of patented algorithms, delivers precise, reliable, reproducible data that can help sponsors make an earlier determination of a drug's proof of mechanism, safety, and efficacy.
THE VIRTUALSCOPICS SOLUTION
A Powerful Quantitative Method: VirtualScopics has pioneered a semi-automated process for measuring and monitoring changes in biological structure and function over time. The processes are driven by both software and an expert user enabling significantly faster and highly precise and reproducible information.
Reproducibility: Studies have demonstrated that manual measurements can introduce a high degree of variability. Even when the exact same data is being repetitively measured, results can vary from measurement to measurement, from technician to technician and from radiologist to radiologist. The methodology pioneered by VirtualScopics provides a level of reproducibility that was previously unattainable. As a result, VirtualScopics is helping its clients reduce sample sizes, accelerate decisions, decrease time to market and ultimately save money.
Exceptional Service: VirtualScopics is known within the clinical trials industry as a company with innovative technology. In addition, we are recognized as a company with a level of service that sets us apart. This high level of service is enabled by the flexibility of our technology along with an operational methodology steeped in lean six-sigma principles encased in a regulatory compliant environment.
Expertise: VirtualScopics' services are based on its unique approach which synthesizes contributions from various areas of specialization; medical science, imaging science, software development and operational excellence.