Clinical Research Contracts

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Aston Brooke has a strong background in providing Clinical Research Support. With a knowledge base spanning over 14 years in the market, our team compromises legal experts in clinical, business and healthcare, combined with senior leaders and managers from clinical Research contract Organisations as well as from within the NHS, the pharmaceutical industry and the academic sector.

Our clients are Clinical Trials Contract Research Organisations and pharmaceutical companies with aggressive clinical trial start-up timelines, who benefit from our experienced advice, judgement and processes – as well as the proven results we can deliver.

We believe in all-round solutions, and with our legal expertise and research knowledge, Aston Brooke will help you to achieve your goals.

 


Countries of expertise:

EMEA: we work across all time zones and regions of Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Our team have a strong understanding of international law and regulations, and have regular meetings with investigators and hospitals allowing us to build strong relationships with legal teams and advisors across these regions.

Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs):

We believe in delivering for our clients on time and with quality – first time, every time. Our SOPs have been designed and developed by the leaders in the industry, and they allow us to deliver to the highest of standards. Our team also have the ability to work with client SOPs and systems, and you will be assigned a point of contact for all work and to answer any questions you may have.

Sponsor-specific language review:

We understand that sometimes the language between the local countries and sponsors based in the US can cause uncertainty and delays in the negotiation process. With our international legal advice, dispute resolution and research teams, we can help you to resolve the negotiation process efficiently and to swiftly move forward in setting your study up.

Site Selection:

We can also offer expertise in site selection and recommendations for investigators. Our legal and research teams will combine to offer intelligence services allowing for quick site selection and contracting processes, which naturally facilitates the quick start up of your research projects.

 


For further information, please contact us on 0203 475 4321 or click on the quick contact link above.

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