In Oncology, Experience is Everything

Oncology clinical trials are inherently complex and require a thorough understanding of the hurdles associated with effectively implementing these programs. Each indication presents its own unique challenges from the operational, data, site, physician, and patient perspectives. Knowledge of the clinical and medical intricacies of the malignancies specifically targeted by your drug or biologic will greatly enhance trial execution. Novella’s deep oncology expertise assures just that.

Our Early and Mid-Phase expertise, encompassing 200+ studies, and intimate sponsor relationships enable us to: 

  • Make rapid, well-informed decisions regarding cohort enrollment and dose escalations
  • Remain flexible to trial modifications, including seamless and adaptive designs
  • Closely monitor the safety, laboratory, and data intricacies of treating critically ill subjects
     

Our Late Phase experience, acquired from implementing 50 Phase III through IV trials, allows us to:

  • Streamline large amounts of data with full transparency of information via a fully integrated eClinical infrastructure
  • Ensure enrollment goals are met through a global footprint
  • Assure quality across all services via an ISO 9001:2008 certified quality management system
  • Fully understand the potential impact on the subject through our medical and clinical staff that encompasses board-certified hematologists / oncologists, including our CSO with more than 40 years of research and industry experience

Percentage of Novella Oncology Experience by Indication


Percentage of Novella Oncology Experience by Indication


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Novella’s dedicated Oncology Division has performed more than 290 oncology programs and is comprised of over 300 oncology clinical trial specialists across all functional areas. Whether early or late phase, our team is ready to help you give patients an opportunity to enjoy life’s special moments.

We’re proud to be focused on making a meaningful difference in the lives of people with cancer.

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