Full Service Clinical Trial Management

Our acute MHRA accredited Phase I environment, in- and out-patient facilities, leading technology and on-site therapeutic consultancy combine to offer a full service on any Early Phase study.

We believe that effective project management is the key to meeting study timelines. We achieve this through a dedicated study team who meet, plan and document every step of your study. Our project managers are all life science graduates who provide you with a single point of contact to keep you updated on progress through each milestone.

With our exceptional bed capacity, guaranteed recruitment panels and sophisticated technology, our team of highly experienced experts provide the following services.

Protocol Writing & CRF Design

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Regulatory Applications

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Data Management

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Pharmacy

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Laboratory

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Drug Free Plasma

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In House Volunteer Catering

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Latest news

Upcoming Event

The 41st Annual Scientific Meeting of the Japanese Society of Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics (JSCPT)

4 – 5 December 2020
The 41st Annual Scientific meeting focuses on international collaboration in the pursuit of drug discovery and drug development.
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Contributing to our community in 2020

December 17, 2020
Richmond Pharmacology has a long-standing tradition of supporting local, national, and international charities and 2020 is no exception.
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Richmond Pharmacology supports Cardior Pharmaceuticals with the pioneering trial of an oligonucleotide-based drug in heart failure patients

December 14, 2020
Richmond Pharmacology is delighted to welcome the positive Phase Ib results of Cardior Pharmaceuticals lead compound CDR132L for heart failure.
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Marking a milestone for gene editing

November 10, 2020
We are pleased to share that Richmond Pharmacology, in partnership with Intellia Therapeutics and the Royal Free Hospital, have treated the first patient in a landmark CRISPR/Cas9 clinical trial of NTLA-2001
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