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Data Management & Statistics

 

Data management, data entry, database programming, drug coding, MedDRA
coding, CRF design, statistical design and analysis, data report writing services
are provided.

Synergy utilizes SAS, MS Access, MS SQL as part of data management processes.  
Synergy clinical staff are aligned with data services staff to provide a contiguous
effort to clean and lock data as early as possible.  In a recent multi-center phase II
clinical trial, the sponsor was in dire need for end-of-phase II meeting data within
weeks of the completion of the trial.  The combined efforts of the data and clinical
teams provided the sponsor their data-lock ahead of schedule.  Another example
of working as a unified team to make for WIN-WIN situations.

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