Accell Clinical Research LLC (Accell), an international Contract Research Organization specializing in conducting clinical trials, has recently joined the Virginia Biotechnology Association, the premier statewide non-profit trade association representing the life sciences industry in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Accell is a niche CRO providing clinical trial services in Russia, Ukraine, and Eastern Europe since 2007. The company’s clinical headquarters are located in Saint Petersburg, Russia and the business office is in Virginia. Strategically located offices ensure a seamless operation and ease of access for US clients to of all of the company’s services in combination with unbeatable benefits of running clinical trials in Russia and Eastern Europe.
Quite a few western biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies overlook strategic advantages of conducting their clinical trials in Russia and Eastern Europe. This region offers significant advantages in patient recruitment , transparent regulatory guidelines , and the opportunity to conduct cost-effective clinical studies. In addition, both FDA and EMA accept the clinical trial data generated in this region to support marketing authorization applications for new drugs.
Joining VirginiaBIO was a natural fit for Accell. The company hopes to be able to provide Virginia’s life science companies with access to the benefits offered by Russia and Eastern Europe in conducting clinical trials. Its office in Virginia helps to bridge the gap and help drug developers take their clinical study reach overseas. The company intends to conduct educational seminars and webinars to help interested companies learn about various aspects of conducting clinical studies in Russia and Eastern Europe, such as regulatory requirements, logistics, site selection and study management.
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Accell Clinical Research offers a full range of clinical trials services in Russia and Eastern Europe, including feasibility research and site selection, regulatory support, project management, clinical monitoring, quality assurance, clinical trial materials management, data management and biostatistics, medical writing, safety management, and clinical staff outsourcing.
The Virginia Biotechnology Association (VABIO) promotes the scientific and economic impact of the biotechnology industry in the Commonwealth of Virginia, it develops initiatives to raise public awareness and promote science education. Moreover, VABIO works diligently with state and local officials to champion industry-favorable legislation to enhance the economic growth of life science companies and industry as a whole in Virginia.