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Brainlab Clinical Affairs

Advancing medical technology through
scientific evidence

Brainlab Clinical Affairs

Advancing medical technology through scientific evidence

Your partners at Brainlab for clinical and scientific expertise

The Brainlab Clinical Affairs team conducts advanced clinical research and gathers scientific evidence to help create safe, efficient and cost-effective technologies. We strive to highlight the clinical benefits of Brainlab products to address the needs of healthcare professionals and their patients.

We do this by involving a broad variety of clinicians to provide us with insights into improving our technology. Through these collaborations, we can offer clinical evidence on safe use, optimal usability, fast integration and steep learning curves, optimized clinical performance and the highest possible efficiency.

For patients, this translates to receiving the highest standard in diagnostic and treatment outcomes, less side effects and improved patient experience.

Clinical Affairs Areas of Focus

Our office of Clinical Affairs is made up of a dedicated team of clinical experts, clinical researchers, scientists, health economists and clinical relation managers. Together we have many realms of expertise, but here we’ll focus on our three main areas: Clinical Studies, Clinical Consultants and our Clinical Literature Library.

Clinical Studies

Brainlab partners and conducts research with clinical sites to discover evidence-based methods to improve outcomes, increase patient satisfaction, and reduce operational costs. Interested in partnering with Brainlab?

Learn more
Clinical Consulting

We regularly work together with clinical consultants who test our products, represent Brainlab at events and congresses, conduct workshops, and much more. Find out here about becoming a Brainlab clinical consultant.

Find out more
Clinical Literature Library

Peruse our searchable collection of clinical research on a variety of subjects like preoperative planning, digital templating for orthopedic surgery planning and more. Visit the link below to see all of our published clinical evidence.

Go to clinical literature

FAQ

Click here to fill out the clinical study request form and we’ll review your proposal.

Area of expertise, product(s) of interest, hospital and principal investigator information.

Any hospital that is already familiar with Brainlab products and is able to conduct clinical studies.

Clinical studies on patients or on scientific research on non-human subjects.

Yes, we support multi-center studies.

We do not have a list of clinical research studies to browse, however, you can click on “Apply now” and inform us of your interest.

Depends on the time needed to finalize the contractual arrangements. Generally, 2 – 6 months.

The contract process is described here.

Installation and training of the latest product versions needed to conduct the study, in some cases financial support, support in writing study documentation and data analysis.

Yes, however, only after stringent review.

You will receive your funding after agreed milestones have been met.

Anything that is performed as part of the clinical routine or is not specifically related to the research project.

We support you through the entire clinical study process.

Yes, in special cases.

Yes.

The deliverables vary from study to study and could include; de-identified image data, marketing material, publication, feedback.

Of course.

Clinical specialists, Legal/Administration department, research department (if applicable), Ethics Committee or IRB (if applicable).

Yes.