WELCOME TO FRAGMENT SOLUTIONSSolution for clinical trials



Fragment Solutions s.r.o. was established in 2021 to improve and streamline the clinical trials process.

In addition to working as a clinical research associate for an pharmaceutical company, I found that doctors are overloaded with outpatient work, where they carry out a lot of administrative work in addition to their professional activities. Physicians conduct or would like to conduct clinical trials, but since the process is very time consuming, they are forced to invest their free time in the clinical trials process.

That is why I came up with the idea of creating the concept of clinical research coordinators, to make the work of physicians easier and at the same time to create an inclusion between the principal investigator (the physician) and the sponsor of the clinical trials (the pharmaceutical company). If the physician is relieved of excessive administrative work, he or she is able to devote full attention to the patient, i.e. to the professional activity. The result is a significant streamlining of clinical trials and minimization of protocol deviations at the center.



Clinical research coordinator (CRC)?

A clinical research coordinator is a dedicated professional who works with international research teams to ensure that clinical trials are conducted safely and effectively. He or she is responsible for co-ordinating all aspects of studies, from recruitment and enrollment of participants to data collection and analysis.

Clinical research coordinators play a vital role in ensuring that clinical trials are ethical and that they comply with the protocol.

What is the role of the CRC?
  • Supervision of clinical trials, which includes: preparation of the centre for clinical trials (setting up equipment, checking equipment calibrations, checking access to systems), setting up clinical research processes (training of other members of the clinical research team according to the protocol), preparation of documentation for the principal investigator for individual visits, recording data in electronic systems and checking them.
  • Participation in subject recruitment.
  • Informing subjects of the objectives of the clinical trials.
  • Administration of patient documentation.
  • Monitoring research participants and ensuring compliance with research rules in accordance with the protocol.
  • Compliance with regulatory standards of research.
  • Adherence to ethical standards.
  • Maintaining detailed study records according to FDA guidelines, including drug dispensing.
  • Ensuring that the center has the necessary supplies of laboratory kits and drugs and other study equipment in such a manner that the center is in operable condition.
  • Communicating with vendors, GSTs, monitors and other clinical research stakeholders.
Benefits of working with CRC

If you are interested in helping and bringing new treatments to patients, the work of a clinical research coordinator is clearly the greatest benefit that can make the centre’s work easier and more efficient. At the same time, it provides stability and professional growth for the following periods.

  • The clinical research co-ordinator will relieve the centre of administrative burdens,
  • Prepares all the documents for the principal investigator for each visit,
  • Communicates with instrument vendors, monitors and other technology vendors as needed.
  • The Principal Investigator carries out the professional activities and everything else is arranged by the co-ordinator.
Areas of clinical trials
  • Allergist and immunologist
  • Angiologist
  • Surgeon
  • Dermatologist – skin doctor
  • Dermatovenerologist
  • Diabetologist
  • Endocrinologist
  • Epidemiologist
  • Phthisiologist
  • Gastroenterologist
  • Gynaecologist – Reproductive Medicine
  • Gynaecologist and obstetrician
  • Haematologist
  • Hepatologist
  • Infectologist
  • Internist
  • Cardiologist
  • Neurologist
  • Ophthalmologist
  • Otorhinolaryngologist
  • Pediatrician
  • Pneumologist
  • General practitioner
  • Psychiatrist
  • Dentist – dental surgeon
  • Urologist
I'm a doctor and I want to collaborate on clinical trials

If you are interested in working on clinical trials, please contact us using the contact form.


If you are a patient and are interested in participating in clinical trials, please contact your doctor. For more brief information about clinical trials, see the description below.

What are clinical trials?

Every drug, device, tool, diagnostic test, technique and technology used in medicine today has been tested in the past on volunteers who participated in clinical research studies, and therefore without clinical trials, science would not be able to progress.

Clinical trials involve investigating the efficacy and safety of a drug on selected volunteers so that we can help many more people and so that you can pick up such a new medicine conveniently at any pharmacy in the future, for example.

What are the benefits of clinical trials?

The great benefit of clinical trials is that the patient is under the superior supervision that is provided by clinical trials.

Another benefit can be innovative treatments that can help the patient. For example, if you are intolerant to certain medications, or if his health is not improving or stagnating, perhaps the treatment provided by clinical trials is what will help.

How can I participate in clinical trials?

If you are interested in participating in clinical trials, please contact your physician or specialist for more information.


Fragment Solutions s.r.o. co-operates with various medical specialties. If you are looking for an investigator for your clinical trials or you are interested in working with a clinical research co-ordinator, please do not hesitate to contact us.

We are currently looking for clinical trials for investigators in the following areas:

  • Diabetology
  • Otolaryngology

Ing. Martina Gadová


I graduated from Brno University of Technology in study programme Chemistry for Medical Applications. During my studies, I spent one semester at Instituto Superior Técnico in Lisbon and I also undertook several internships in reputable companies. After finishing my university studies, I decided to go living in Australia in order to improve my English, where I obtained a certificate Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE), and studied Project management at APC College in Sydney. Upon return from Australia, I obtained Advanced Clinical Research Coordinator Certification (ACRCC) and began to work with Fragment Solutions s.r.o..



If you are interested in expanding our professional team and becoming a part of it as a clinical research coordinator, please send us your CV in Slovak and English, by using the contact form below.


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