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  December 11, 2017
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BioClin Services - CRO for Eastern Europe

Engelhardstr. 32
D-81369 Munich

Phone: +49-(0)89-747 91052
Fax: +49-(0)89-74791053

Please notice: This entry hasn't been updated by the submitting company for more than 2 years. It could be possible that this company doesn't longer exists.


BioClin Services is a small team of clinical research consultants and associates operating since 1989 exclusively in Central & Eastern Europe in a selected number of countries (Belarus, Czech Rpublic, Georgia, Hungary, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Western- and Central Russia, Slovakia).
The team consists of established professionals offering over 20 years’experience in the pharmaceutical- and CRO business and an unique local field monitoring team providing the expertise of the regions’ rapidly changing medical environments. The service range comprises all aspects of the clinical study conduct, monitoring, close personnel site management, regulatory services, local logistics support (drug imports, drug storage, biological samples export, etc) for your phase II-IV studies.  We can offer cost-effective study management through the involvement of high recruiting centers with emphasis on expert regional hospitals.

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Last update of this entry: March 03, 2008

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