If you’re a business development professional searching for early-stage companies and assets, Biotechgate’s clinical trial directory is an invaluable resource. With over 780,000 clinical studies gathered from various trial registries worldwide, it can be overwhelming to find the latest clinical trials. This guide will show you how easy it can be.
Once you are logged into your Biotechgate account, navigate to the Clinical Trials section. Here, you have an array of criteria that you can adjust to your liking. In this example, we will be looking for Phase I anti-infective drugs.
The clinical trials section allows you to select six different stages of the development process. We will just select Phase I. Next, we will choose Infectious and parasitic diseases as our sole indication. Here, you can select as many different indications as you’d like. While for ‘Type of intervention’, we will choose Drug. For our ‘Clinical status’, we will pick Active. This status is assigned by Biotechgate through an estimate based on the trial activity updates, the clinical phase and the registration date.
Lastly, as our goal is to find the latest clinical trials for our chosen criteria, towards the bottom of the page we will adjust the registration date to only search for trials registered between January 1st and June 30th, 2022.
There are many other filters you can add to your search, including the trial’s recruitment status, its primary sponsor, or a specific registry. Biotechgate continuously scrapes data from different trial registries worldwide, ensuring that trial data is updated with the latest information.
When all your desired filters are in place, click the ‘Search’ button and you will see your list of results. To view a trial, just click to learn more about it and you will see a variety of information, such as the sample size, primary sponsor and the trial outcome.
You can bookmark results by clicking the star icon in the top-right of the window. If you want to analyze your search results further or maintain a record of them, you have the option to download them as an Excel file. The Excel sheet also contains information on how you can directly contact the trial organizer.