ICON experts frequently author or contribute to industry trade press. The following are some recent articles.
ICON to buy contract researcher PRA Health for $12B
ICON will buy PRA Health Sciences for about $12 billion in cash and stock, snapping up one of the larger independent companies in the drugmaker services business.
ICON plc acquires PRA Health Sciences Inc. in $12 billion acquisition
In a cash and stock transaction value of approximately $12 billion, ICON plc has announced its acquisition of PRA Health Sciences as part of a focus on innovative and high- quality clinical trials.
CRO consolidation continues with ICON buying PRA Health Sciences for $12B
ICON is set to acquire rival PRA Health Sciences in a $12 billion deal that will vault the combined company into second place among clinical trial services providers.
How to manage the impact of COVID-19 on IVDR timelines
Angela Brown, Global Head and Senior Director, Regulatory Affairs and Nicole A. Cowan, Director, Project Management, IVD Operations & Strategy, examine how IVD manufacturers can meet 2022 deadlines despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
Decentralised, hybrid or traditional: Choosing the best option for your clinical trial
In this article, EB McLindon offers insights to help sponsors decide which approach is most optimal for a clinical trial.
The current and future landscape of HIV treatments and vaccines
Dr. Caroline Forkin discusses the current status of HIV treatments and potential for researchers to develop a vaccine.
Overcoming IVDR challenges for companion diagnostics
Angela Brown, Global Head and Senior Director, Regulatory Affairs and Nicole Cowan, Director, Project Management, IVD Operations & Strategy, provide expert commentary on overcoming IVDR challenges for companion diagnostics.
Best practices in managing CGT from protocol design to data management
ICON's Tamie Joeckel offers expert commentary on managing and executing CGT clinical trials.
COVID-19 trial of alternating vaccines begins in the UK
Recruitment has begun in the UK for a world-first study to investigate whether using different COVID-19 vaccines for first and second doses is as effective as using the same type of vaccine for both. ICON’s Dr Garrett provides commentary.
No10 launches world's first trial into whether mixing and matching coronavirus vaccines can enhance protection
ICON's Dr. Garrett comments on the UK government's new 'Com-Cov' study of over 800 patients, designed to test mixing doses of the Oxford and Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines, as well as different intervals between doses.