For more than 30 years, Peraton has delivered data management solutions to support National Institutes of Health clinical trials with the goal of helping cancer researchers develop novel therapeutic interventions.
Peraton has provided dedicated support to the National Institutes of Health’s (NIH) clinical trials program for more than 30 years. Integrating IT with operations, Peraton’s continual innovation, expertise and responsiveness have routinely met or exceeded the NIH’s demanding expectations and stringent contract metrics to deliver cost-effective results.
Cancer researchers at the National Cancer Institute’s (NCI) Center for Cancer Research (CCR) intramural clinical trials program produce mountains of data in their search for cures. Finding those cures depends on how well the data is managed. Peraton is there with the latest technology spanning clinical data management, safety and compliance, research database enhancement, legacy systems maintenance, and quality assurance and control.
We understand CCR’s mission – to drive discoveries in basic and clinical cancer research. These discoveries help the cancer research community develop novel therapeutic interventions for people battling cancer.
Our experts deftly integrate best practices, proven operating procedures, training protocols and leading technologies into the CCR’s daily operations. Favorable metrics have driven a sevenfold increase in monitored clinical trials and a near-fivefold rise in Quality Assurance evaluations — meaning more potential cures are developed and tested.