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European Pharmaceutical Contractor

 

Published quarterly, European Pharmaceutical Contractor (EPC) covers the essential contract research issues between pharma companies and their CRO partners. The title, which is integrated within International Clinical Trials (ICT) magazine, offers a strategic view of the drug development industry giving its pharma, biotech, and CRO readership expert insight and analysis on the sponsor-service provider landscape.

EPC focusses on key trends, concerns, and developments in contract research operations across the drug development spectrum, from preclinical to post-marketing. It explores the shifting collaborative needs and practical implications for sponsors and their contract partners, with the emphasis on building and managing effective collaborations.

Prompted by the synergies between outsourcing and trial operations, EPC joined forces with sister brand ICT in late-2015, in a move that brings added value to both brands. With EPC now an inserted edition within ICT, industry practitioners across these complementary subject areas now have unrivalled access to a wealth of shared views and analyses.

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Featured in this issue

Paving the Way

Rik Van Mol at Veeva Systems

In order to drive efficiency and a faster time to market, sponsors, CROs, and pharma companies need to embrace collaboration.


The Elephant in the Room

Kurt Mussina at Frenova Renal Research

Systematic and concrete marketing activities are an often overlooked aspect of a successful clinical research business.

 

 
A Scalable Solution

Susan Najjar at Covance

It is important for smaller enterprises to seek specialised clinical and regulatory support in order to streamline pre- and post-marketing phases.

 

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February, May,
August, and November


 

Industry Events

Formulation and Drug Delivery Series UK

8-9 July 2020, Oxford Global

This event brings together leading formulation, drug delivery and biologics manufacturing experts from around the world across two days. The panel of prominent industry leaders and world-leading scientists will share the latest case studies, innovative developments for novel therapeutic products and strategies for drug development.
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News and Press Releases

Qatar Airways Resumes Scheduled Belly-hold Cargo Operations to China in Response to Increased Demand

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