Clinical trial process

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streamlines the research process and reduces the cost of monitoring research - even down to 40%.

MONITOR suite help pharmaceutical companies improve the efficiency and effectiveness of recruiting the Sites where clinical trials are conducted. They also definitely improve the quality of clinical research management by the Sites, as well as reduce the costs of monitoring studies, which represent from 20 to 40% of the costs of the whole research process. MONITOR allows to replace some direct visits to hospitals with remote monitoring of the medical records.

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Monitor Tools

eSource Recruiter

Simplifies the feasibility process, providing objective data on research Sites and enables the exchange of information on-line.

– database of Sites, researchers and patients, with an option to specify search criteria allowing for an efficient selection of participants;

– shrinks the time required for the selection of suitable facilities and the recruitment of patients through the system features such as: pre-selection, questionnaires, feasibility, the possibility of completing them on-line and various system notifications

– reduces recruitment costs by eliminating the inadequate facilities at the beginning and shortens the time required for the exchange of information

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eSource Manager

Makes it easier for the research Site to manage a clinical trial from the moment of negotiating with the sponsor to the closure of the project.

standardization process
– the standardization of procedures and documents, clarification of roles and responsibilities of stakeholders

– reduces the risk of delays and mistakes in the settlement through a continuous research plan and budget control

full control
– continuous checking of the procedures, both those realized and unrealized, according to the plan and budget, with access to current documentation at every stage of the research

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eSource Viewer

Allows to replace a portion of direct visits of Monitors (CRAs) to the research Sites by providing remote access to the data.

– reduces the cost of monitoring up to 40% by replacing part of the visits, gives direct remote access to data

– remote access to the data (for authorized persons, while maintaining safety procedures), the possibility of verifying and editing it in a desired place and time

– improving the information flow between the Site and sponsors by enabling access to data for 24 hours a day

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Jagiellonian Centre of Innovation Sp. z o.o. – a company created in 2004 by the Jagiellonian University in Krakow. The company manages the Life Science Park, as well as offers a complementary set of services for entrepreneurs and scientists working in the life sciences industry - including rental of specialized laboratory space, capital support for innovative companies, services related to conducting clinical or contact research trials and organizes numerous educational campaigns. The founder and sole shareholder of the Jagiellonian Centre of Innovation is the Jagiellonian University in Cracow, which holds 100% of the shares in the company. More:

JCI Venture Sp. z o.o – a specialized fund investing in venture capital projects in the life science industry in the first phase of their development (seedcapital fund). The fund operates since 2009 and manages a diverse investment portfolio, which includes dozen companies developing, among others, innovative medicines, generic drugs and medical devices. The shareholders of JCI Venture Sp. z o.o. are the Jagiellonian Centre of Innovation Sp. z o.o. and SATUS Venture Sp. z o.o.

European Venture Investment Group – (EVIG)

The European Venture Investment Group is a group of investment funds created in 2012 on the initiative of angel investors. In the last year, the fund has made investments totaling over 3 million within the portfolio of seed projects. It supported various companies from the IT, e-commerce, medicine, and electronics and renewable energy sectors. The fund does not have a preference of industry or sector. From the moment it engages capital in a given business initiative, she shares her experience and extensive business contacts, actively supports the project and helps with building the value of the company.


Implementation partners

University Clinical Centre in Gdansk – one of the leading Polish public hospitals in terms of number and quality of ongoing clinical trials. Currently operates around 50 research projects at the stage of recruitment of study participants. The partnership with the MONITOR project involves cooperation in developing and testing the project tools and ultimately their implementation and usage by the Office of Clinical Research and other researchers.