Web Application Developer

Triumph Research Intelligence (www.tritrials.com), a subsidiary of Triumph Consultancy Services (www.triumphconsultancy.com), is looking for energetic web application developers that want to apply knowledge and experience to the creation of a leading edge web application for the clinical trials industry. Our product, OPRA, is growing and to keep up with the demand we need to expand our team. If you are a self-motivated individual who would enjoy working on a small, results oriented team where your input is valued, see below for details.

Location: United Kingdom, preferably south east of England.

TRI nominated for the 2016 Metrics Champion Consortium(MCC) Champion award

TRI has been selected as a member of this year's group of MCC Champions - a special honor bestowed upon individuals who made significant contributions in 2016 to advancing the MCC mission to improve the efficiency, quality and effectiveness of clinical trials.

As the Metrics Champion Consortium (MCC) passes its ten year anniversary, the original mission has stayed the same - to provide the clinical development industry with a neutral forum for sponsors and other clinical trial stakeholders to collaboratively define standardized performance metrics and tools that organizations can utilize to oversee and improve clinical trial planning and execution with the intent to drive process improvement.

Free Webinar – 7th Feb 2017 – Using technology to support ICH E6 (R2) compliance

This webinar will be run on 7th Feb 2017 at 11am EST, 4pm GMT. The webinar will demonstrate how TRI's OPRA technology platform can be used as a key component of your ICH E6 (R2) compliance program.
The webinar will be run by Chad Finch, TRI's CIO and product owner for OPRA.
The demo will illustrate many key aspects of quality management as required by ICH E6 (R2) and show how OPRA has been designed to both enable the delivery of and build evidence of the execution of those aspects.

Central Monitor Job Description

With the approval of ICH E6 (R2), and adoption by the main regulatory bodies expected to start second quarter next year, it is clear that the way in which clinical trials are going to be planned and conducted is going to change significantly next year. One of the key roles which is expected to emerge from these changes is the central monitor. Understanding the role, defining it and then finding the right people within an organisation or indeed recruiting people to that role can be a real challenge. In this article by our COO, Tammy Finnigan, we aim to shed some light on this role, and offer a high level job description to help companies to get started with finding the right people.