News & Blog

Consumer Response to Nutrition during COVID-19 in Brazil

SPRIM conducted two surveys among 183 nutritionists in Brazil to better understand how practices and patients have responded to the COVID-19 pandemic. SPRIM wanted to further evaluate how shifting patient concerns and resulting behaviors have altered nutritionist practices. … Read More 

Leveraging Next-Gen Tools in Rare Disease Research

By Susan Dallabrida, PhD The capture of high-quality, accurate and complete datasets in a clinical trial is always of utmost importance. But the stakes could not be higher when it comes to rare disease. It is estimated that there are … Read More 

Fibronostics Raises $8 Million in Series A Financing

Fibronostics, a global company providing non-invasive, algorithmic diagnostics for NASH patients, announced today that it has secured $8 million in series A funding. The financing round was led by AT Capital, a leading private investment firm in Asia and, an early-stage deep-tech VC fund. … Read More 

Case Studies

Adapting Presentation Material to Best Suit the Needs of Millennial Dental Students

A top US-based, multi-national oral care brand seeking to revamp its educational materials to better accommodate the evolving needs of a dental student population now primarily dominated by millennials. … Read More 

Thought Leadership and Education in a Growing Industry

A leading provider of high-quality, direct-to-consumer (DTC) dietary supplements sought out opportunities to build thought leadership in a rapidly growing market category. As competition increased via the introduction of mediocre players and formulas, a differentiation strategy that focused attention on the importance of quality was critical. … Read More 

Addressing the Needs of the Lupus Community

The global supply leader of Antarctic krill oil set a mission to improve the lives of systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) patients. SPRIM helped the client understand the lupus community through qualitative and quantitative research. … Read More 


Anesthetic Complications in Children with Mucopolysaccharidosis

Anesthetic complications in children with mucopolysaccharidosis (screen shot of .pdf)

Honesty in Reporting Suicidal Ideations and Behaviors in Alzheimer’s Disease, Mild Cognitive Impairment, and Dementias

Training Subjects On Key Concepts From Patient- Reported Outcomes (PROs) Improves Understanding And Data Accuracy