Life Sciences Translation and Life Sciences Marketing (2022)

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Medical translation services for safer medicine everywhere We eliminate communication barriers so you can speak clearly to patients and health care professionals (HCPs) all over the world Innovation to Immunity Patient Engagement Disruption Series MDR Understanding your business is a science. Our Life Sciences Customers Life Science Services–Life Sciences Translation & Life Sciences Marketing Your global Life Sciences industry partner at every step Meet Our Life Sciences Experts Camilla de Villiers Pia Windelov Mark Aiello Nataliya Volohov Daniel Herron Life Sciences Thought Leadership Successfully Authoring and Translating Plain Language Summaries How to Design a Successful Clinical Trial Amid Stringent New EU Regulations Clinical Trial Labeling—What Does Compliance Look Like and How Does the Pharmaceutical Industry Best Manage It? Tell it to me straight: the challenges of communicating scientific clinical trial results The Nuances of COA Translation: Planning Ahead for Better Outcomes Welcome to the time-crunch The Disruption Series How communication, multimedia and language can add value to virtual clinical trials Patient Centricity: The Key to Success in Global Rare Disease Trials Recruiting and Retaining Patients around the Globe Efficient, Flawless Clinical Trial Translations A strong start is critical for an effective clinical trial. Be an internationalization leader—consider language translation from the beginning, and you’ll realize a stronger trial execution—from study inception to completion. “Lionbridge really adapted to our needs. They understood what we were looking for, and they came to the table with some very unique and appropriate solutions to address our needs.” Accurate, Compliant Drug Labels in all Markets. Bring your drugs to market as quickly as possible, so you can deliver medicine safely and effectively to the people who need it most around the world. Medical translation services for all markets Contact Us Our team was able to significantly reduce the turnaround time and provide the translation and regulatory validations that Karyopharm needed to launch this clinical trial. We are very proud to have a role in this critical work."THANK YOU. Your performance has been extraordinary and we appreciate it greatly.” Clinical Trial Execution in a Pandemic Age FAQs Videos

Your world-class partner for quality, compliant global Life Science Communications

Medical translation services for safer medicine everywhere

We eliminate communication barriers so you can speak clearly to patients and health care professionals (HCPs) all over the world

It’s your job to develop the life-saving drug therapies and medical devices that make the world a healthier place. Let us be your trusted partner for regulated, compliant life science translations and linguistic validation, as well as advanced multimedia and marketing services designed for life sciences. From IP protection to clinical trials, drug filings to product launches, our propositions build on advanced translation methodologies to enable the safe use of your products and support the full life cycle of your drugs and devices. All with the accuracy you require to bring your messages and products to the world—safely, accurately, efficiently, and in regulatory compliance.

Innovation to Immunity

With several COVID-19 vaccines available under emergency use approvals, the next challenges include manufacture and distribution--and convincing people around the world to accept new immunization technology.

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Patient Engagement

Our life sciences experts address the importance of fostering relationship with informed participants and how best to reach your audience.

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Disruption Series

Commentary on industry changes as a result of COVID-19.

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MDR

The one year reprieve from new regulations is over; what do medical device companies need to know?

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Understanding your business is a science.

Learn how Lionbridge Life Sciences Services can support your translation & localization needs and work as an extension of your team.

Doing more for your business, every day.

"Switching translation vendors to Lionbridge has made a big impact... Not only did we automate the localization workflow between Author-it and Lionbridge, Lionbridge also upgraded Philips’ Translation Memories to optimize the matching result with Author-it content.”

Rob Bakker, IT Business Partner, Philips

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(Video) Best Practices for Life Sciences Translation with Lara Tosoni, CRO at MEINRAD.cc - memoQ talks #21

Our Life Sciences Customers

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Life Science Services–Life Sciences Translation & Life Sciences Marketing

Your global Life Sciences industry partner at every step

At every touchpoint on your go-to-market journey, from drug or device development to the moment your product makes its way safely and effectively to patients worldwide, Lionbridge helps you get there faster—with less risk.

REGULATORY TRANSLATION

Clinical Translation

Our services encompass the full gamut of clinical trial translation needs—from documentation related to clinical research, to clinical trial translation, to plain-language summaries of clinical trial results.

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REGULATORY TRANSLATION

Drug Product Labeling and Filing

We ensure global understanding of final product label content for your drug, including prescribing information, SPCs for healthcare professionals and regulators, package labeling and inserts, and more. We validate your label content in order to ensure that it is accurate, complete, and compliant in every market and language you require.

REGULATORY TRANSLATION

Medical Device Translations

We help ensure safe use of your medical device with our high-quality, compliant translation services for product inserts, instructions for use, packaging materials, technical manuals, and user guides.

REGULATORY TRANSLATION

Clinical Outcome Assessments

We translate and perform linguistic validation on all types of COAs—PROs, ClinROs, ObsROs, and PerfOs—plus support copyright and licensing and help migrate COAs from paper to digital files.

REGULATORY TRANSLATION

Drug Labeling & Validation

We translate and validate primary, secondary, and/or tertiary drug labels for investigational drugs, placebo, comparator drugs, or auxiliary medicinal drugs used for clinical protocol endpoints—and help you meet GMP standards for accurate, compliant drug labels in all markets

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LINGUISTIC SERVICES

Social Media Listening

What are end users saying about you on social networks? We find out, so you can ensure the best possible user experience and maintain brand loyalty. Plus, we help you leverage social media listening to design clinical trials, learn about competitor drugs, and improve the patient experience.

MULTILINGUAL MARKETING

Multilingual Digital Campaigns

Our global digital marketing services team collaborates closely with you and offers the language, cultural, and technical expertise you need to stay relevant with your global audiences, meet your Life Sciences marketing goals, and keep your costs and schedules in check.

MULTILINGUAL MARKETING

Multilingual Website Optimization

Let Lionbridge help you centralize your digital website services and seamlessly create a unified, highly resonant customer experience worldwide. From multilingual website design to international SEO, we help you maximize message resonance and response across buyers, languages, and cultures.

MULTILINGUAL MARKETING

Visual Adaptation

When you’re creating a truly global Life Sciences campaign, you need to make sure every element of your message—from text to imagery to video—resonates with customers in every location. We can help.

MULTILINGUAL MARKETING

Desktop Publishing Services

We provide desktop publishing services for all types of regulated content.

FORUMS

Community Support

We make sure you stay connected with your community of users, so you can answer their questions quickly and solve their problems effectively.

TESTING SERVICES

Medical Device Software UI Testing

We test your software to ensure an intuitive and accurate experience for your users.

Meet Our Life Sciences Experts

Get to know your compliance partners

Camilla de Villiers

As Managing Director, Life Sciences, Camilla de Villiers oversees strategy, customer propositions, sales, and operations for Lionbridge Life Sciences.

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Pia Windelov

As the Director of Product Strategy for Lionbridge Life Sciences, Pia brings 15 years’ experience in R&D in the pharmaceutical, CRO, and MedTech sectors.

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Mark Aiello

With an extensive regulatory background, Mark partners with customers to bring life-saving products to market while meeting and exceeding regulatory standards.

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Nataliya Volohov

As Director of Clinical Solutions, Nataliya draws on her extensive experience within the clinical research industry to develop and support the delivery of Lionbridge Life Sciences’ product strategies.

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Daniel Herron

As Global Director, Clinical Outcomes for Lionbridge Life Sciences, Dan brings 12 years’ experience in project management and account management supporting eCOA and Sponsor clients.

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Life Sciences Thought Leadership

Successfully Authoring and Translating Plain Language Summaries

How can you make highly technical scientific content accessible to a lay audience?

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How to Design a Successful Clinical Trial Amid Stringent New EU Regulations

What this means for partners like you

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Clinical Trial Labeling—What Does Compliance Look Like and How Does the Pharmaceutical Industry Best Manage It?

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Tell it to me straight: the challenges of communicating scientific clinical trial results

How can you engineer for change in your organization?

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The Nuances of COA Translation: Planning Ahead for Better Outcomes

Complex clinical trials require a comprehensive approach to Clinical Outcome Assessments (COAs)— and a plan for translation at every step.

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Welcome to the time-crunch

How the new Clinical Trial Regulation impacts clinical trial timelines and processes in the EU.

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The Disruption Series

A commentary on industry changes as a result of COVID-19

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How communication, multimedia and language can add value to virtual clinical trials

In this webinar, Lionbridge will talk about the implications of Covid-19 on the current clinical trial landscape and offer perspectives on the value of multimedia, language and electronic data capture of clinical outcomes assessments.

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Patient Centricity: The Key to Success in Global Rare Disease Trials

In this webinar, Clincierge will draw on their extensive experience directly supporting rare disease trial participants around the globe with travel and relocation logistics.

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Recruiting and Retaining Patients around the Globe

How can CROs and trial sponsors provide a smooth participant experience in any language and any geography? Concierge-style logistics management from Clincierge lifts the weight off patients and improves trial enrollment and retention. But to reach and support participants in any geography, they needed an experienced language services provider. Learn how Lionbridge’s speed and accuracy improved the Clincierge workflow.

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Efficient, Flawless Clinical Trial Translations

A strong start is critical for an effective clinical trial. Be an internationalization leader—consider language translation from the beginning, and you’ll realize a stronger trial execution—from study inception to completion.

Lead the way with high-quality, compliant global clinical trial translations from the very beginning. A strong start is critical for an effective clinical trial. Consider language translation from the beginning, and you’ll realize a stronger trial execution—from study start-up to study report. Global clinical trial planning requires early and sophisticated consideration of the costs, complexities, and risks surrounding communications. Language is a mission—critical element of culturally and regulatory appropriate content containing all forms of communication.

Lionbridge Life Sciences has extensive experience in global clinical trial translation, providing end—to—end services for a wide range of documentation. Our clinical teams scale programs for trials of all sizes, offering service and support on a global scale to produce accurate, consistent translations and deliver the greatest impact for your message across many languages, markets, and cultures.

“Lionbridge really adapted to our needs. They understood what we were looking for, and they came to the table with some very unique and appropriate solutions to address our needs.”

Senior Clinical Vendor Manager at Leading CRO

Accurate, Compliant Drug Labels in all Markets.

Bring your drugs to market as quickly as possible, so you can deliver medicine safely and effectively to the people who need it most around the world.

Medical translation services for all markets

Accurate and compliant regulatory drug labels are critical elements of an expedient go-to-market strategy. Regulatory compliance, accurate translation, and the correct use of standardized medical terminology, such as MedDRA and EDQM, facilitate correct drug administration, irrespective of the market or therapeutic indication.

What’s more, global product launches often require translations into an overwhelming number of languages and layers of regulations with which to comply.

To ensure accuracy and compliance without sacrificing speed, you need a qualified Language Services Provider. You need Lionbridge.

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Get started today—contact us and speak with an expert to learn how we can ensure accurate, compliant translations for your all-important clinical trials.

Our team was able to significantly reduce the turnaround time and provide the translation and regulatory validations that Karyopharm needed to launch this clinical trial. We are very proud to have a role in this critical work.
"THANK YOU. Your performance has been extraordinary and we appreciate it greatly.”

Gary Abernathy
Executive Director, Supply Chain, Karyopharm

Clinical Trial Execution in a Pandemic Age

In this webinar, Lionbridge will talk about the implications of Covid-19 on the current clinical trial landscape and offer perspectives on the value of multimedia, language and electronic data capture of clinical outcomes assessments.

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FAQs

What is translation life science? ›

​Translation

Translation, as related to genomics, is the process through which information encoded in messenger RNA (mRNA) directs the addition of amino acids during protein synthesis.

What does rws life Sciences do? ›

RWS Life Sciences provides translation, content management and intellectual property services for the pharmaceutical and life sciences industries.

Is translation a good career choice? ›

Jobs in the translation industry made it to the top of the list of emerging careers in the US for 2018. Thanks to the high number of online jobs available and the market's growth, working as interpreter or translator seems to be one of the best jobs for new graduates this year.

Is RWS a good company? ›

RWS Moravia is rated 4.0 out of 5, based on 75 reviews by employees on AmbitionBox. RWS Moravia is known for Skill development which is rated at the top and given a rating of 4.0.

Who are RWS competitors? ›

Competitors and Alternatives to RWS
  • Adobe.
  • Sitecore.
  • Optimizely.
  • Oracle.
  • OpenText.
  • WP Engine.
  • Acquia.
  • Bloomreach.

Is life sciences a good industry? ›

From the medicines developed by pharmaceutical companies to cure, treat, and prevent disease, to the medical device companies that create and manufacture surgical tools, the life sciences industry is critical in improving individual and public health outcomes, in addition to the quality of life.

Which degree is best for translation? ›

A Master in Translation is a good choice for those who are bilingual and want to make a career out of it. What is a Master in Translation? This course of study is designed to prepare proficient bilingual and multilingual students to work as translators.

What are the 3 main types of translators are? ›

Generally, there are three types of translator: compilers. interpreters. assemblers.

What country pays translators the most? ›

1. German. German is ranked as the highest-paid for translators and language translation and a German translator can expect to attract an annual income of £34,000 approximately.

Do translators get paid a lot? ›

Interpreters and Translators made a median salary of $52,330 in 2020. The best-paid 25 percent made $72,630 that year, while the lowest-paid 25 percent made $38,410.

Which countries pay translators the most? ›

What Are the Highest Paying Translation Languages?
  • German – $60,000 per year.
  • Spanish – $48,000 per year.
  • French – $45,000 per year.
  • Dutch – $44,000 per year.
  • Russian – $43,000 per year.
  • Japanese – $42,000 per year.
  • Italian – $36,000 per year.
  • Chinese Simplified (Mandarin) – $35,000 per year.
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What is a simple definition of translation? ›

a : a rendering from one language into another also : the product of such a rendering. b : a change to a different substance, form, or appearance : conversion.

What do you mean by translation? ›

Translation is the communication of the meaning of a source-language text by means of an equivalent target-language text.

What is translation in biology example? ›

But what is translation in biology? In biology, translation is a step in protein biosynthesis where a genetic code from a strand of mRNA is decoded to produce a particular sequence of amino acids. In both prokaryotes and eukaryotes, it takes place on the ribosomes.

What is translation and transcription in science? ›

Transcription is the synthesis of RNA from a DNA template where the code in the DNA is converted into a complementary RNA code. Translation is the synthesis of a protein from an mRNA template where the code in the mRNA is converted into an amino acid sequence in a protein.

Why translation is so important? ›

Translation is necessary for the spreading new information, knowledge, and ideas across the world. It is absolutely necessary to achieve effective communication between different cultures. In the process of spreading new information, translation is something that can change history.

What is the purpose of translation? ›

Translation, understood as the transfer of meaning (of a text) from one language into another language, is crucial for the transmission of information, knowledge and (social) innovations.

What are the 3 types of translation? ›

The three main kinds of translation are Human Translation, Machine Translation and Post-Edited Machine Translation.

What are the three types of translators? ›

Generally, there are three types of translator: compilers. interpreters. assemblers.

What are the 6 types of translation? ›

The six main translation theories are: sociological, communicational, hermeneutic, linguistic, literary and semiotic.

What are the five types of translation? ›

What are the 5 Most Common Types of Translation?
  • Literary Translation. As the name suggests, literary translation is the act of translating literary works, such as plays, novels and poems. ...
  • Technical Translation. ...
  • Administrative Translation. ...
  • Financial Translation. ...
  • Legal Translation. ...
  • Other types of translation.
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What are the 3 stages of translation biology? ›

Translation of an mRNA molecule by the ribosome occurs in three stages: initiation, elongation, and termination.

What are the 4 steps of translation? ›

The process of forming a polypeptide chain from mRNA codons is known as translation. It takes place in four steps namely, tRNA charging, Initiation, Elongation, and Termination.

What is difference between translation and transcription? ›

The primary difference between translation and transcription is that translation involves converting material into another language, while transcription involves only the source language.

Which comes first translation or transcription? ›

This is a two-step process. The first step is transcription in which the sequence of one gene is replicated in an RNA molecule. The second step is translation in which the RNA molecule serves as a code for the formation of an amino-acid chain (a polypeptide).

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