Belgian medical device CRO Genae has landed in London, giving the fast-growing company a presence in the U.K. as it stretches its reach across Europe.
Pfizer and Roche are the latest pharma heavyweights to join Icon's consortium of drugmakers working to flesh out new technology for adaptive clinical trials, allowing study sponsors to react to results in real time and maximize efficacy.
Columbia Laboratories has struck a deal with CRO XenoGesis to team up on preclinical research, pooling their resources to offer tandem early-phase services.
Covance posted a strong revenue performance in the second quarter thanks to better-than-expected results from its early-stage development segment, but the CRO is inching back its full-year expectations to account for some outgoing assets.
Quintiles hit the $1 billion revenue mark for a third straight quarter, dialing up its full-year guidance as it expands its share of the global outsourcing market.
Catalent came through with the biggest life sciences IPO of what's shaping up to be a record year, pulling in $871.3 million in a blockbuster Wall Street debut.
Horizon Discovery, which makes its money providing development expertise to drugmakers, has signed a deal with Otsuka Pharmaceutical to apply its technology to some early-phase treatments.
Maryland's ABL has struck a deal to buy a majority stake in Platine Pharma Services, a French contract R&D organization that specializes in substances that provoke an immune response.
Global CRO Icon has deepened its longstanding relationship with Cambridge University, agreeing to lead a class on pricing and market access for new drugs.
TransCelerate BioPharma, a nonprofit run by 19 of the world's largest drugmakers, formed two years ago to help Big Pharma share resources and stop wasting time and money on noncompetitive work. Now, the group is looking to create a novel platform to standardize how clinical trial sites communicate with sponsors, choosing contractor Cognizant to develop it.
The CRO unit of nonprofit researcher SRI International has paired up with NIH's National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, signing a $49 million contract to handle preclinical work on potential treatments for HIV.
Basilea Pharmaceutica ran into an FDA roadblock in its efforts to commercialize a new antibiotic, but the Swiss drug developer already has a green light in Europe, and it's tapping Quintiles' global marketing expertise to launch the treatment on its home continent.
German-headquartered CRO Accovion is expanding its reach in Europe, opening a new shop in Italy and planning to launch a French subsidiary in the fall.
Indian CRO GVK Biosciences has spent the last year transitioning from a discovery-focused contractor to a full-service developer, now launching a dedicated clinical research unit to reach drugmakers around the world.
CRO Theorem Clinical Research has inked a deal with India's Excel Life Sciences to broaden its footprint in the country, expanding its access to clinical trial sites and bolstering its patient-recruitment capabilities.
Months removed from getting bought by Huntingdon Life Sciences, Harlan Laboratories has teamed up with a French CRO to expand its capabilities in drug discovery and translational medicine.
Chiltern has acquired Ockham, a fellow contract researcher, planning to absorb the company's capabilities and expand its service offerings.
Pharma contracting giant Catalent has jumbo-sized its Wall Street ambitions, filing to go public in an IPO that would bring in about $872 million at its midpoint.
Chinese clinical research outfit HD Biosciences has struck a deal with Marshall University to collaborate on cancer drug development, sharing costs and risks in hopes of commercializing new therapies.
The National Cancer Institute is terminating a $34 million mouse-model contract with Charles River Laboratories, possibly imperiling jobs at one of the CRO's Maryland outposts.