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PRACS Institute is the industry’s leading contract research organization (CRO) in early stage research services.
With more than 30 years of experience from its founding companies, PRACS’ proven track record allows the company to provide flexible and high quality drug development services, and its systems produce consistent and reliable data PRACS’ clients can trust.
PRACS’ clinical research expertise consists of traditional early-stage, healthy-volunteer clinical pharmacology and bioavailability studies, as well as specialty Phase Ia/b trials in patients. Its bioanalytical services support clinical, preclinical drug and biomarker analysis for small and large molecules. In addition, PRACS owns and operates a full-scale central laboratory supporting Phase I-IV clinical trials in North and South America.
Thirty years of experience and knowledge gained from conducting these studies, allows us to provide safety-minded research for Phase I and IIa trials. You can trust that your study will begin as scheduled, be enrolled with qualified participants and be completed according to your timelines.
Our North American bioanalytical laboratories have nearly 40 LC-MS/MS, a dedicated team of scientists available to develop, validate or transfer your methods and more than 400 validated assays.
PRACS can also assist with planning, managing and monitoring your Phase II-IV clinical program. Coupled with our in-house clinical and scientific services, rest assured that your late stage drug development needs will be met.
We are committed to providing the service required to ensure your program runs smoothly from pre-consultation through final report.
- Clinical Pharmacology
- Interaction studies
- Pharmacokinetic (PK)
- Pharmacodynamic (PD)
- Thorough QT
- Method development, validation and transfer
- More than 400 assays, three laboratories and nearly 40 LC-MS/MS
- Environmental Exposure Chambers
- Seven EECs - controlled studies conducted year-round for:
- Seasonal and perennial allergies
- Non-allergic rhinoconjunctivitis
- Dry eye
- Scientific Affairs
- Drug development
- Medical/report writing
- Data management
- Therapeutic Areas
PRACS’ clinical pharmacology units have a participant database of more than 100,000 potential healthy and patient volunteers. Participants accessible through PRACS’ database include but are not limited to:
- Normal Healthy
- Type I Diabetes
- Type II Diabetes
If you are interested in contacting this center to discuss placing a clinical trial there, please complete and send the e-mail form below. A representative from the research center will then follow up with you.
If you are interested in contacting this center to discuss placing a clinical
trial there, please complete and send the email form below. A representative from
the research center will then follow up with you.