Regulatory Applications

Richmond Pharmacology will undertake all regulatory matters on behalf of our clients, depending on their requirements. Our experienced project management team will compile all necessary documentation, including writing the information for volunteers, informed consent form and completing the on-line IRAS application form.

Richmond Pharmacology can obtain necessary documentation and specialist opinions for ethics submissions, in order to obtain approvals in a timely manner. We work closely with many ethics committees, local and nationwide, and will select an ethics committee based on study needs.

If required, the Principal Investigator will attend the ethics committee meeting to participate in discussions and ensure a smooth approval process.

As well as working with many Phase I ethics committees, we also work closely with our local ethics committee which approves Phase II studies. If required, we will obtain R&D approval for a specific site, a process of which Richmond Pharmacology has extensive experience.

Richmond Pharmacology will also organise and oversee the CTA application to the MHRA if required. We have submitted numerous CTAs to the MHRA on behalf of our clients, typically gaining approval after the first review of the study documentation.

Latest news

Dr Jorg Taubel attending ACCP in San Diego

05th Sep 2017

Dr Jorg Taubel will be attending the ACCP in San Diego, September 17-19, where he will be discussing his latest

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DIA, Chicago 2017

23rd Jun 2017

Richmond Pharmacology is a frequent contributor and recognised thought leader for various scientific meetings

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Richmond Pharmacology’s New London Bridge unit offers unrivalled access to patient recruitment

28th Apr 2017

Richmond Pharmacology has been settling into life in its New London Bridge Research Unit.

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Early Phase Drug Development in Europe

10th Nov 2017

Friday 10TH November, British Embassy Tokyo With support from the British Embassy Tokyo, Richmond Pharmacology will

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