QuesGen Systems provides the data management support for CENTER-TBI, a multicenter study including 80 Centers across 20 Countries in Europe with over 5,000 participants. The platform was built and starting enrolling patients in early 2015 and will run for several years.

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CENTER-TBI is a large European project that aims to improve the care for patients with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). It forms part of the larger global initiative InTBIR: International Initiative for Traumatic Brain Injury Research with projects currently ongoing in Europe, the US and Canada. CENTER-TBI brings the newest technologies and many of the world’s leading TBI experts together in a much needed effort to tackle the silent epidemic of TBI. International and multidisciplinary collaboration are key elements to the project in which past dogmas will be left behind and innovative approaches undertaken. CENTER-TBI is anticipated to revolutionize the view of leading TBI to more effective and efficient therapy, improved health care at both individual and population based levels, and better outcomes at lower costs.

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QuesGen Systems is located in the San Francisco Bay area and provides data management services to clinical investigators, primarily in academic research institutions. The QuesGen platform allows for rapid solution development for a wide variety of clinical research studies.  The flexible, web-based platform is HIPAA-compliant and provides an easy-to-use & modify CRF (Case Report Form) environment. QuesGen was selected for several significant Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and other neurology-related projects, for which QuesGen developed a large library of electronic Case Report Forms (eCRFs) and neurocognitive assessments.