All articles by Urtė Fultinavičiūtė

Urtė Fultinavičiūtė


Urtė Fultinavičiūtė is a healthcare reporter for Clinical Trials Arena. Urtė's coverage focuses on clinical data management and clinical strategy. Urtė holds an MA in International Journalism from City, University of London.

Delpor on track with schizophrenia implant late-stage trials

The company plans to conduct several trials with its drug-device combo in schizophrenia and opioid use disorder over the next couple of years.

FT Summit: AI and regulatory changes at the forefront of industry’s mind

At the FT Global Pharma and Biotech Summit in London, various industry players shared their thoughts on technological and regulatory advancements.

Synchron completes enrolment in neural interface technology trial

The early feasibility study will investigate the safety of BCI device implantation and its efficacy for daily digital tasks in patients with paralysis.

Telemedicine is yet to overcome diversity challenges in dermatology clinical trials

Even though telemedicine is the most used DCT component, it lacks a personal touch and ability to represent all skin tones in dermatology clinical trials.

Can AI remedy the growing pains of digital biomarker development?

AI implementation could be a useful tool to analyse generated data. Yet, regulatory approval hurdles are in sight.