Bio-IT Globe honors CliniWorks with 2011 GUIDELINES Award CliniWorks Inc.

The Award was received by CliniWorks founders Nitzan Sneh and Udi Meirav before a standing-room-only viewers at the Boston Globe Trade Focus on April 13, 2011.’ Set up in 2003, Bio-IT World’s GUIDELINES Awards program selects institutions for their outstanding improvements and excellence in the usage of technologies, methods, and novel business strategies that may advance drug discovery, advancement, biomedical research, and medical trials. No less importantly, it guarantees personal privacy of patient health info through multiple layers of failsafe safety and de-identification. This mix of capabilities produces a breakthrough in the quickness, quality and performance of clinical research, which may be the bottleneck in getting new and better medicines to advertise.Repeated observations were carried out in the households’ homes and in a laboratory. In the first 2 yrs, the researchers observed how parents and kids related to each other, particularly whether they were in sync, found on each other’s cues, communicated well, and liked each other’s business. In short, they gauged whether the parents and children had developed a close, positive, reciprocal, cooperative, and responsive relationship mutually. When the children were 4 years and 4 months old, the researchers observed how the children responded when they were told not to do something by a parent when the parent after that left the area. The researchers explored how mutually responsive relationships between mothers and children worked also.