April 2020 was quite a month! The entire world has been scrambling in a race to develop COVID-19 vaccines,
A resident of Los Angeles, California, Senior Statistical Programmer Analyst Jennifer Lin works remotely for Navitas Data Sciences, as many of our team members do
Since the middle of March, we’ve had to juggle work with entertaining little ones who are usually in daycare during working hours, and homeschooling grammar
It takes a special set of skills to be an effective project manager at Navitas Data Sciences, a Functional Service Provider (FSP)
Navitas Data Sciences’ Senior Biostatistician David A. Lombardi, Ph.D is supporting a diversified biopharmaceutical client of DataCeutics/Navitas Data Sciences
Siddharth Kumar is a Program and Delivery Manager at the Navitas Data Sciences Bangalore office. He is a man of many passions, and lives by the Zig Ziglar motto
In celebration of International Women’s Week and National Women’s History Month, Navitas Data Sciences salutes the exceptional work of women
Navitas Data Sciences will be proudly exhibiting a new booth at the PHUSE US Connect 2020 in Orlando Florida from March 8th-11th. This year’s theme
Interestingly, McClendon originally set out to be a veterinarian. But while at Texas A&M University, in the early ’80s, her love of mathematics was reignited
Breakthrough pharmaceutical compounds are meaningless without accurate, comprehensive clinical trial data. Without such data, pharmaceutical companies
Dr. David Lombardi’s day-to-day responsibilities at the moment are to provide high-level Biostatistical support to a client whose mission is to transform
Undoubtedly, the IoT is positioned to increase patient participation and improve data collection, data sharing, and cost reduction. Connected medical devices
Kervenson Dumas was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, at the turn of the millennium and by age 12, he and his three siblings were orphaned.
Navitas Data Sciences has been supplying the industry with high-level data resources for over twenty-six years.
Although the idea of people being either “left-brain” or “right-brain” thinkers has been challenged by researchers in recent years