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  • uMotif collaborates with The University of Manchester on body mapping tool

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  • uMotif evolves leadership team with appointment of Steve Rosenberg as CEO

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  • uMotif and Xperiome collaborate to bring studies to rare disease patients more quickly and effectively

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  • uMotif Adds eClinical Industry Veteran Steve Rosenberg to Board of Directors

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  • uMotif and VirTrial partner to further expand decentralized clinical trial capabilities

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  • AWS Case Study

    AWS Case Study: The benefits and efficiencies of building the uMotif platform on Amazon Web Services infrastructure

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  • On-Demand Webinar

    On-Demand Webinar: Powering Virtual Trials – In the Cloud

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  • Making Pharma More Digital

    Making Pharma More Digital – Learnings From Startups

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  • The motif, made up of 10 segments, enables participants to track 10 Covid-related symptoms: fatigue and muscle ache, nausea, dry cough, shortness of breath, fever, loss of taste/smell, runny nose, sore throat, diarrhoea, and headache. As well as tracking symptoms the app includes medication adherence questions so the doctors can keep track of which participants use the sinus rinse and mouth wash. In addition to the remote data capture the trial onboarding and instructions also needed to be virtual. Dr Khan and his team produced a Youtube video to educate and guide people through the necessary steps. Although a small team, they have demonstrated what can be achieved when starting a trial using a virtual and digitised design. The trial is due to run through August 2020 and the team are already seeing early signs of success. Results for patients, who have a low viral load, using both treatments have eradicated the virus within 48 hours. Hopefully this trial will open the door to preventing the transmission of Covid-19

    uMotif support NHS study in the fight against Covid-19

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