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About Jacylyn

Jacylyn is part of the leadership team for Elligo’s eStrategy Technology. She has more than 20 years of technology and data experience within the life sciences industry. She was the Chief Information Officer at Theorem Clinical Research (now LabCorp/Covance), where she drove the strategic direction for global information technology. She was a key part of an executive team that achieved unprecedented valuation growth.

Jacylyn revolutionized the clinical, analytics and business application portfolio of over 60 systems, enabling new business services. She architected custom built apps, cloud-based apps and integration points between to enable clinical and business analytics and workflow efficiencies.

Jacylyn is PMP certified, has a MBA from Villanova University and a bachelor’s in management information systems and marketing from LaSalle University.

About her Talk, "Innovations in Clinical Research," Co-Presented by Rebecca Kush

If you believe that the best innovation is happening now in drug development, think again. Clinical research is an area that is ripe for innovation. Increasing resource demands and complexity of research protocols continue to drive up the costs of medicines and medical treatments and negatively impact the rate at which research results can provide learning that informs clinical care decisions. The administrative burden of conducting research deters many clinicians from participating, thus their patients are not provided the opportunities of research as a care option.  This is the unfortunate state of clinical research, despite advances in technology and related innovations.
This presentation will:
  • Understand why clinical research is still demanding more resources and incurring burden on investigators
  • Explore recent innovations in research processes, designs, technology, data science and regulatory requirements
  • Build awareness around what is being done to implement available innovations to streamline research and accelerate learning from research to improve health

Wednesday, Aug 8th, 3:45pm - 4:45pm CT

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