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Biometrics is essential to the life sciences industry as it is a critical part for ensuring data integrity, conducting accurate analyses, and meeting regulatory requirements.

The global market is projected to have a $30 billion valuation by 2030 compared to the $7.6 billion valuation today in 2024, now that’s growth!

Within life sciences, biometrics often includes the collaboration of clinical data managers, programmers, and biostatisticians to enhance clinical trial data with statistical analysis, interpretation of biological data, regulatory approval, and ongoing post-marketing activities.


At CPL, we understand the importance of identifying qualified candidates who bring niche skillsets to help service the right fit for your trials as it can be difficult. By utilizing our industry expertise in detecting the type of experience needed within each phase of clinical trials is what has found renouncing success. From specifics of database build and establishing EDC platforms in early phases, to data visualization and the development of tables, listing, and graphs in mid-stages, finalizing the statistical analysis plan, and validating all the data collection in late phases for submission preparation, we can help align our clients with the right candidates to hit the ground running.


Whether you are a global or start up organization OR a sponsor or CRO (Contract Research Organization), we get it!

For our candidates, we are best at taking the time to understand your experience and what areas you want to further explore and elevate your career development with the industry’s most impactful jobs. Whether contract or perm, we are willing to accelerate your career.


Clinical Data Managers

The ones who oversee data collection, ensuring protocols and regulatory standards are being met. The ones who design EDC databases and orchestrate how data is being collected.

We understand the difference between a clinical data manager who leads a study, a team, or an entire program. Some CDMs just understand database build activities, and some can program the build. Whether you are just supporting activities through study start up, conduct, or close out or are leading the forefront and submitting the database lock to the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) ensuring compliance. We can match our candidates with the right opportunity to ensure the execution of high-quality data.



The ones who constantly fix data programs for Clinical Data Managers and Biostatisticians, the bridge of biometrics, who make data visually digestible for analyses and interpretation.

We understand the difference between a programmer on the validation or production side, whether they lead or support programming activities. What makes an SDTM programmer different from an ADaM programmer and how they both work together to provide final statistical analyses and why abiding by CDASH/CDISC standards is important to healthcare discoveries. Understanding the difference between a SAS, Clinical, or Statistical Programmers is key to ensuring programs are being developed for their intended purpose which could be for statistical modeling, statistical analyses, generating TLF/G, or data monitoring.



The ones who design statistical methodologies and provides statistical inputs throughout the trial, the belly button of the operation, who is tasked with leading the development of clinical study reports and statistical analysis plans by collaborating with the FDA and other health authorities on statistical aspects of the submission.

Some may be comfortable with programming themselves others just understand the programming datasets. Analyzing is at the core of their job function whether they are developing descriptive, exploratory, or safety/efficacy analyses for interpreting results to achieve approval on the regulatory submissions. Their contributions are key to commercialization and extend beyond roll out as they assess real world data. Employing various statistical techniques allows for the maximization of efficiency defining numerous end points.


Come work with experts within biometrics, drop an email to learn about the next steps in elevating the growth of your company, and yourself.