Clinical Trials

As clinical trials place very specific requirements on a software application, clinical researchers are often confronted with the problem that the standard software available is unable to sufficiently map the special structure of the data that they need to capture and evaluate.

Scopeland develops customized, GCP-compliant applications for clinical trials in close cooperation with the Berlin Charité hospital and other university clinics and research facilities. This covers everything from design support to the input of investigation results and monitoring.

Most of these applications have been developed in the area of oncology. In principle, however, this approach could be applied to other areas and is relatively simple to transfer to other specialist fields.

Unlike other rigidly-programmed systems, our solutions are widely appreciated because they can be largely adapted to specific conditions and organizational structures. At the same time, they offer excellent value for money and are relatively quick to implement. What makes these SCOPELAND-based IT solutions so special is their unique flexibility when it comes to introducing subsequent changes.



Dirk Kotala-Wilhelm

Scopeland Technology GmbH

Head of Sales and Customer Support

 +49 30 209 670 - 123

Selected Customers

Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Nice

Charité Berlin - University Medical Center Berlin

Children's Hospital Zurich - Eleonore Foundation

Children’s Cancer Institute Randwick, Australia

Fundação Rui Osório de Castro, Instituto Português de Oncologia Francisco Gentil Lisboa

Fundación para la Formación e Investigación Sanitarias e la Región de Murcia (FFIS)

Ghent University Hospital

Hematology Laboratory at the Sheba Medical Center Tel Hashomer, Ramat Gan, Israel

Leibniz Institute for Neurobiology

Newcastle Cancer Centre at the Northern Institute for Cancer Research

Newcastle University

The Rockefeller University Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS), New York

University Medical Center Schleswig-Holstein