Noble Announces its Expansion into Clinical Trials Support Offerings

By Isabella Ruiz | July 7, 2022
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Since first breaking into the training device market, Noble has expanded its range of products and services to include many facets of the patient experience. From training device Instructions for… Read More »

Noble has in-house design and videography capabilities

Noble is Excited to Announce Expansion of Service Offerings for Clients with the Addition of Noble Studios

By Bill Guilliouma | February 23, 2022
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When Noble broke into the training device market many years ago, we quickly realized how much work there was to be done to help pharma partners achieve their goals for… Read More »

The Importance of Training and Onboarding for Intranasal Rescue Therapies

By Bill Guilliouma | April 20, 2020
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Nasal drug repurposing has seen a real resurgence recently, driven by several factors. From an economic perspective, partners benefit from reduced development costs, intellectual property (IP) creation, increased market share… Read More »

Response to News Release from 215 Biopharma KOLs

By Bill Guilliouma | January 14, 2020
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In the January 2020 edition of STAT News was a news release from 215 biopharma CEOs and industry leaders. The news release leverages 2020 as the beginning of “the dawn… Read More »

Aptar Acquires Noble International, a Leader in Drug Delivery Training Devices and Patient Onboarding

By Bill Guilliouma | October 31, 2019
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Crystal Lake, Illinois, October 31, 2019 – AptarGroup, Inc. (NYSE: ATR), a global leader in consumer dispensing, active packaging and drug delivery solutions, announced today that, subsequent to the end… Read More »

Noble’s Self-Injection Trainers for Rheumatoid Arthritis Drugs

By Bill Guilliouma | October 15, 2019
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Last year, Medgadget heard from Noble International about its smart training devices that educate patients on safe and effective at-home use of prefilled syringes and autoinjectors. At the time, Joe Reynolds, Research Manager… Read More »