A passionate group of experts focused on children’s special needs
Children are among the most vulnerable populations participating in the clinical research enterprise. Consequently, the regulatory and ethical challenges involved are uniquely complex.
Because pediatric clinical trials are unique and present specific challenges, drug development for children requires careful design and execution by experts dedicated to pediatric research.
Specialized, customized solutions
We embed Pediatric Consortium experts into all of our study teams, facilitating customized planning and sharing of operational and technical know-how to help you mitigate risks, navigate challenges, and facilitate regulatory approval and market access.
Our Consortium model ensures that our collective knowledge and insights are fully leveraged to deliver solutions specific to the needs of each trial.
Nuanced attention to protocol design
Pediatric protocols must be designed around patients and require careful execution, including an understanding of how different study designs, along with site selection, impact enrollment.
The Consortium includes highly-skilled medical, pharmacokinetic experts and biostatisticians to help select the most appropriate trial design, study endpoints and clinical trial assessments for the specific indication, study phase and age group.
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Approximately 50 percent of rare diseases affect children, 30 percent of whom will not live to see their fifth birthday
Chez Syneos Health, aider les entreprises à développer des thérapies pour les maladies rares est quelque chose qui nous préoccupe personnellement. Il faut des approches novatrices et intégrées, y compris un engagement précoce des principales parties prenantes, pour accélérer la mise sur le marché des produits et réduire les risques liés au développement de thérapies vitales pour les patients. Our Rare Disease Consortium helps speed new rare disease therapies to the children and families who are waiting.