Leverage Our Full-Service Solutions
Access best-in-class, end-to-end solutions for your global research needs.
we are your study partner
Take advantage of our years of experience and unique global network to comprehensively support your portfolio strategy, determine feasibility and rapidly develop sites in research-naïve areas.
BUILDING & SUSTAINING RESEARCH CAPACITY
Use our services to conduct your entire study or fill the gaps in your capabilities.
Tailor our services to meet your needs, from protocol design and site assessment to trial planning, implementation and management.
We are Responsive, Agile and Exact
We go beyond formulaic approaches because a one-size-fits-all approach to implementing clinical trials is inefficient and ineffective.
Inexperienced sites require additional support. Inadequate infrastructure benefits from creative solutions. In areas of conflict, a Plan B, and sometimes a Plan C, is needed. Therefore, our approach is designed to:
Go beyond the typical sites to access the right populations.
We conduct high-quality studies in challenging locations characterized by limited research/healthcare infrastructure, ongoing conflict and decentralized patient populations.
We address challenges across dozens of therapeutic areas, including infectious diseases (IDs), neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) and emerging/reemerging diseases.
We facilitate sustainable research capacity through training and by pairing sponsors with research-ready sites that have access to the right patient populations.
WE HAVE PROVEN RESULTS
Rapidly and efficiently implement solutions for the most challenging problems in your studies by leveraging our experience in some of the most complex situations around the world.
first patient first visit (FPFV) in an Ebola outbreak setting in a country with no previous clinical research experience and limited infrastructure
in an oncology study challenged by poor patient enrollment and retention due to a lengthy follow-up period
in a Chikungunya study conducted in countries in the Caribbean disrupted by political unrest and natural disasters