What makes us special?

For over 15 years, Richmond Pharmacology has delivered clinical excellence from design to delivery of early phase clinical trials, going from strength to strength in a fiercely competitive market place. We have experience that is held by our long serving management team and are reputed for our customer focus, flexible approach and strong project management. We have conducted over 300 Early Phase Studies.

We have developed an efficient approach that allows us to combine different designs into one protocol, leading to objectively faster development times from First in Human to Proof of Concept studies. Our integrated platform is designed to streamline every aspect of Early Phase trials with quality, integrity and accuracy.

What makes us special is that we are well established in a competitive market place and are a recognised stakeholder on a national, European and global level, helping drive the clinical research sector forward. We are intellectually engaged, adding value by working with our clients to achieve the best possible outcomes for them. We are small enough to care and to be personable, yet large enough to perform well in the largest of studies.

We are highly specialised in Adaptive Phase I, QT studies, Japanese and Patient studies. Richmond’s volunteer database is the single largest of its type worldwide with over 250,000 registered volunteers actively seeking to take part in a clinical trial. The intelligence we gather enables us to make firm commitments and to adhere to agreed timelines. We are attentive and thorough in our attitude. We deliver a professional and courteous service establishing long-term working relationships with our clients.

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Echocardiography Course undertaken at Richmond Pharmacology

13th Mar 2019

Richmond Pharmacology CEO, Dr Jorg Taubel, Franklin Gordon, Resuscitation Simulation & Clinical Skills Practitioner

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Richmond Pharmacology, Medical Director, Dr Lorch welcomes new Clinical Pharmacology Apprentice scheme

06th Feb 2019

Significant work has been undertaken to push forward the launch of a new apprentice scheme aimed at raising the

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Dr Arezina article published in GMP review

16th Aug 2018

Richmond Pharmacology’s Research Director Dr Radivoj Arezina has written a piece for the July edition of GMP Review

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ASCPT 2019 Annual Meeting

Richmond Pharmacology to attend the The ASCPT (American Society for Clinical Pharmacology) in Washington, US. The

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