GCT has successfully concluded enrollment for the Phase III pediatric study of rare neurological disease in Russia. Reaching the exact recruitment number, as predicted and in under 1.5 months marks an important milestone for our company and the Sponsor – US Pharma and GCT long term partner. Together, we were able to meet the projected deliverables despite the demanding timelines, sensitive patient group and limited number of sites that treat this devastating condition in Russia. The treatment phase of the study is now well underway according to the protocol schedule.
Updated: January 22, 2020
GCT is awarded a phase IV study to compare the efficacy and safety of two methods of IP administration in patients with acute sore throat. GCT will be managing study in Russia with aim of enrolling up to 160 patients. Apart from clinical monitoring and site management, GCT will be responsible for the full regulatory support and drug importation. The project is currently in the active start-up stage.
Updated: December 24, 2019
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Updated: December 23, 2019
Last month, GCT held the Investigator Meeting for the gastroenterology project sponsored by a U.S. Pharma company. The event took place in Warsaw, Poland with 100% attendance from all the 20 Ukrainian and Russian sites. Recruitment is planned to open shortly after the first regulatory approval is received.
Updated: December 5, 2019
Global Clinical Trials was selected to provide intense monitoring support for a 3-week study in Czech Republic. Not only did GCT organize the study handover within a week, but also proposed a CRA with relevant and comprehensive experience. Specific CRA expertise is a crucial requirement for the monitoring of the in-vitro diagnostic device trial that will be performed at a specialty lab in Prague.
Updated: December 3, 2019
Two investigators meetings were organized to support the start-up of the projects awarded to GCT. The first one took place in Warsaw, Poland, and gathered over 20 sites from 3 European countries for the Phase II Ophthalmology study discussion.
The second was organized in Saint-Petersburg, Russia in early October, and was devoted to the training of sites personnel involved in the pediatric Phase III trial in patients with a rare neurological disorder.
Both studies are in the active start-up.
Updated: October 16, 2019
This month, an approval was granted by Romanian National Agency for Medicines and Medical Devices to conduct the study in patients with inoperable liver cancers non-responding to standard therapy. Promising research is being carried out by GCT team in Romania and sponsored by a EU based company. The patient enrollment is expected to start shortly following the Investigator Meeting in Bucharest.
GCT has an extensive Oncology expertise in EU, Russia, Ukraine and USA, and this project is another opportunity for the company to enhance it.
Updated: October 11, 2019
GCT Hungarian team had their first day working at the new office yesterday. Due to the continuous growth in operations and the number of employees, GCT decided to move to a larger, more comfortable facility.
Our new location is:
Fehérvári út 44.,
Congratulations to our colleagues in Hungary, and hope you are enjoying the new place!
Updated: October 8, 2019
The regulatory approval to conduct CNS Pediatric study in Russia was received by GCT in under 60 days.
This Phase III study in children and young adults with a rare genetic mutation in the X-chromosome was awarded to GCT earlier this year. Study aims to recruit up to 20 patients with this rare and debilitating disease in Russia alone. GCT is responsible for the site management, providing the full service clinical operations support, logistics and regulatory services.
On average, regulatory approval in Russia may take 3 – 3,5 months. We look forward to the first site initiation for this significant and exciting project.
Updated: September 11, 2019
As our coverage grows and our local teams expand, Global Clinical Trials office in Poland has moved to a new, larger location on Wednesday, 28th of August 2019.
The new address in Poland is:
Mlądzka 10, 04-136
We look forward to new changes and congratulate our colleagues in Poland on the exciting news!
Updated: August 30, 2019
GCT has been awarded a new major project by Kangen Pharmaceuticals – a Phase II parallel-group dose-ranging study to evaluate the safety and efficacy of the drug compared to placebo in patients with chronic pancreatitis. Being the experts in the Eastern Europe for 17 years, our team will be responsible for handling the full range of regulatory activities and regional project management in Russia and Ukraine.
In order to enhance the enrollment and to keep up with the Sponsor’s timelines in the US-based study, GCT has conducted feasibility and offered a strategy to facilitate the recruitment of 164 patients.
Updated: August 29, 2019
Global Clinical Trials is initiating a new Phase III study in pediatric population in Russia. This important project is the continuation of the existing collaboration between GCT and our long-term partner pharmaceutical company based in the U.S.
It is a double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled study to be followed by a long-term open-label treatment. The trial will be conducted in children and young adults with a rare genetic mutation in the X-chromosome. GCT is responsible for managing all the centers in Russia, including the full scope of clinical operations, logistics services and regulatory support. The regulatory submission was performed as planned.
The investigational medicinal product has already been studied in more than 1,500 subjects, both adults and children. The studies have shown that it is safe and well-tolerated. Furthermore, the data from the previous Phase II trial, managed regionally by GCT, proves the efficacy of the IP. The majority of the patients qualified for the continued treatment demonstrated reduction in seizures, one of the major symptoms of the disease.
Updated: July 2, 2019
This month GCT team has completed all scheduled Site Initiation Visits for the phase II, double-blind, placebo-controlled study in patients with mild-moderate Alzheimer’s Disease.
This USA based clinical trial aims to evaluate the safety, tolerability and preliminary efficacy of the investigational product.
GCT is responsible for the full scope of services: project management, site management, monitoring, IRB interactions and regulatory support in the U.S.
Pictured: a PET scanner
Image credit: Jens Maus, in public domain
Updated: May 30, 2019
We are excited to announce the enrollment launch for the Phase III study in patients with ocular hypertension or primary open-angle glaucoma.
This ophthalmology study is multicentre, investigator-masked, and cross-over. Being a non-inferiority and a comparative trial, it aims to evaluate the efficacy and tolerability of an eye drop solution used to treat increased pressure inside the eye.
Global Clinical Trials is responsible for local project management, regulatory services, site management, and logistics services.
Pictured: a diagram showing the visual field in a patient with glaucoma, measured by a campimeter. Image credit: Pignol23, under CC BY-SA 3.0
Updated: April 26, 2019
We are delighted to announce the achievement of a huge milestone in the Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma Phase II trial. Database for this oncology study was locked last Thursday, 18 April 2019.
This is a randomized, parallel group multicenter international study. Global Clinical Trials has been responsible for the full support of the trial in Ukraine, including regulatory support, site selection, and monitoring at the Ukrainian sites.
Thank you to everyone participating in the study for your hard work and efforts. Now GCT is preparing for study close-out.
Image credit: Kiev, in public domain
Updated: April 24, 2019
A multi-center rare disease Phase 3b clinical trial has been recently awarded to GCT. Managed globally by our long term Spanish CRO partner, the study will be also conducted at 2 clinical sites selected in Russia. New trial is designed to assess the safety and the efficacy of the innovative treatment for rare metabolic condition.
Updated: February 27, 2019
GCT is happy to announce the expansion of the Phase III Cardiac Surgery Study in Russia. It is an international study aiming to recruit over 1000 patients worldwide. GCT Russian team is managing regulatory, clinical, and logistics part of the trial. Since 2017 and up until now 1 site from Russia was participating in this multi-national trial sponsored by EU Pharma company, now it will be conducted at 5 Russian sites in total.
Updated: February 22, 2019
We are glad to announce that the database for the Phase III Women’s Health Study was locked on February 4th after 7 years of trial duration. This is a multi-center, randomized, double-blind study conducted in patients with a previous preterm delivery, for its further prevention. GCT is proud to be managing this trial in Russia, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Hungary and Czech Republic, with a total of 1018 patients randomized in our countries.
GCT would like to thank every one of our team members, that worked hard to achieve this milestone!
Updated: February 8, 2019
The end of the year was marked for GCT team with yet another achievement. Clinical trial approval was received ahead of official timelines for Phase III study, – the whole review process, including Q/A with competent authority, lasted 44 working days.
A multi-centre, randomized, investigator-masked study is designed to evaluate the investigational drug in patients with ocular hypertension or primary open angle glaucoma – conditions in which the measured eye pressure is consistently greater than normal.
GCT team’s proactive approach during the submission and the review stages led to this rapid result.
Updated: January 10, 2019
Enrollment has just been accomplished for a study in patients with moderate to severe Ulcerative Colitis, a global double-blind, placebo-controlled, parallel group multicenter study designed to evaluate the safety profile of the investigational product.
Our team is currently working towards the completion of this challenging and complex study aimed to enhance treatment methods for the patients.
Updated: December 27, 2018