Robert Loll of Praxis Communications takes on leadership role at Clinical Trial Innovation Summit

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Loll to moderate roundtable and serve as chairman for specialized track

Buffalo, NY – Robert Loll is taking on a dual role as roundtable moderator and specialized track chairman at Cambridge Healthtech Institute’s seventh annual Clinical Trial Innovation Summit, which runs Monday, May 7, through Wednesday, May 9.

Loll is the senior vice president of business development and strategic planning at Praxis Communications, an industry-leading patient recruitment and retention company.

Loll will moderate the roundtable discussion titled “Optimizing Enrollment for Challenging Research Studies,” which will tackle hot recruitment topics such as how sponsors leverage the patient voice to enhance enrollment and whether a CRO – or a PRO – should ultimately be responsible for achieving recruitment targets.

Loll will be chairing the “Patient Recruitment and Site Selection” conference track, which focuses on developing strategies to ensure study startup success with patient-centric approaches to recruitment and site selection.

“At Praxis, we live and breathe patient-centric recruitment and retention strategies every day,” said Loll. “I’m delighted to have this opportunity to facilitate conversation surrounding this significant yet often improperly executed practice.”

Attending the summit for Praxis along with Loll is Larry Yelton, director of business development.

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About Praxis Communications
Praxis Communications provides focused patient recruitment and retention solutions to the world’s leading pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device companies. As each trial is unique, so is each Praxis patient recruitment program. Founded in 2002, Praxis is headquartered in Buffalo, NY. For more information, visit gopraxis.com.

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