CCRep Consulting - Services

By: Ccrep  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Biotechnology, Medical Devices

CCRep Consulting - Services

CLINICAL DATA AND TRIALS FOR MEDICAL DEVICES AND BIOTECHNOLOGY

CCRep is a research trust specialising in the management of clinical trials. We are based at Middlemore Hospital, South Auckland in New Zealand and have conducted hundreds of clinical trials over 10 years of operation. We provide our trial management services to local and international clients, many of which are market leaders.

Our personnel are highly experienced – our management team shares over 60 years of research management experience in the fields of therapeutics, devices, biotech and other medical intervention studies. The engine room of CCRep is our 20+ highly skilled research nurses and coordinators who work closely with over 30 clinical investigators.

We understand what good research is and what our clients need while maintaining high standards of scientific accuracy and adhering to good clinical practice.


Keywords: Biotechnology, Medical Devices

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