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Learn how the AI-sourced neurology experts we connected our customers with helped to inform key decision-making, from go-to-market strategies to drugs development.
The healthcare and life sciences industry is constantly evolving, especially in diverse, complex areas such as neurology. Businesses at the forefront of their fields often engage expert networks to connect with relevant and hard-to-find subject matter experts to power their primary market research.
Learn more about some of the neurology projects we’ve facilitated and how our AI can connect you with better experts to make smarter decisions.
Our customers work in fast-paced, high-pressure environments and often need insights quickly. With that in mind and by leveraging our AI’s speed, we filled in half of this project's expert quota (nine) in under 12 hours from receiving the request.
A global life sciences consultancy doing market research on movement disorders and depression needed to get first-hand knowledge from psychiatrist and neurologist key opinion leaders (KOLs) to support their project. The KOLs needed to be based in the US and meet the following criteria:
Powered by precision, speed, and volume, we connected the customer with the relevant subject matter experts whose knowledge was used to supplement their primary market research.
Some of the KOLs the customer gathered insights from included:
A healthcare management consultancy conducting market research on behalf of their end client reached out to us as they were struggling to find neurology KOLs via their internal recruitment methods and needed the help of an expert network.
They needed to better understand how patients diagnosed with select central nervous system (CNS) diseases are being managed today, as well as how these patients could potentially be better served by new therapies in the future.
The neurology KOLs needed to meet criteria such as:
Fuelled by precision, our AI search technology found the exact KOLs the customer requested, including:
An international pharmaceutical market research company completing a project on targeted temperature management (TTM) systems – interventions used to reach and maintain a specific level temperature for patients – needed to engage with subject matter experts to supplement their research. They asked us to facilitate qualitative interviews with Germany-based intensive care physicians and neurologists experienced with TTM systems.
We’ve built AI-driven search technology which uses the power of machine learning to rapidly identify thought leaders in a field and connect them with businesses who need their insights. Leveraging our AI, we sourced the relevant experts and facilitated the engagements so the customer could get the information they needed to bolster their primary market research.
The TTM specialists the customer conducted interviews with included:
Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) is a genetic disorder that causes muscle weakness and wasting that primarily affects boys. In recent years, gene therapies have shown great promise in treating the disease. As such, pharmaceutical companies are vying to get their gene therapy approved and on the market.
A consultancy supporting their end client on a quick turnaround project on gene therapies for DMD treatment needed to gain deeper insights on the topic. So, they asked us to connect them with neurologists based in the UK, US, France, and Germany who could share their expertise on the treatment.
Our Knowledge Graph provides an overview of the global knowledge landscape, enabling us to rapidly identify thought leaders in any field. Using the Knowledge Graph, we successfully connected the customer with the neurologists they needed, thus broadening their understanding of gene therapies for DMD treatment and meeting their pressing deadline.
A visualization of techspert.io’s Knowledge Graph showing a subset of neurology. Our Knowledge Graph records the relationships between various stakeholders within knowledge exchange, providing a global, real-time overview of the landscape.
Some of the subject matter experts the customer conducted qualitative interviews with were:
A management consulting firm developing a go-to-market strategy for their pharmaceutical client asked us to facilitate qualitative interviews with US-based neurologists to understand perceptions around clinical message delivery on an anti-epileptic drug.
We’ve built an internal Semantic Search Engine enabling the ability to accurately match experts to a request, dig deep within medical fields, and drill down into specialisms within therapeutic and disease areas that would be hard to find manually. This gives us the ability to quickly turn around broad and narrow briefs to finding the best, and often undiscovered, experts.
A graphic illustrating how techspert.io’s Semantic Search Engine works.
Powered by our Semantic Search Engine, we found the right experts for the customer to gain insights from including:
A strategic consulting firm developing a life cycle management strategy for an NRI (norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor) drug in the US market needed to bolster their plan with specialist insights. As such, they needed to connect with US-based KOLs:
Along with allowing us to specify the criteria experts need to meet, our Semantic Search Engine also lets us search for experts across different specialisms and disease areas at the same time, enabling us to effectively source experts for projects such as this one.
Using our Semantic Search Engine, the customer gained insights from KOLs including:
A life sciences consulting firm preparing a strategy for their end client needed to conduct qualitative interviews with neurologists who treat frontotemporal dementia (FTD), an uncommon type of dementia that causes problems with behavior and language.
The neurologists had to be based in France, Germany, and Italy, have a leading role in clinical research teams or studies for FTD, be a member of the board of a professional FTD association, have a published peer-reviewed article, and more.
Not confined to a panel of experts, our AI sifts through volumes of online information, such as research articles, medical websites, and clinical trial papers, to produce accurate, data-backed expert profiles. This ensures we’re able to find the largest possible number of high-quality experts all over the world.
Using our search technology, we connected the customer to neurologists including: