From the beginning of the covid-19 pandemic, we have already tested approx. 2,500 patients as part of various research projects.

Despite the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic at the BRG facility, we are still active and with ongoing projects. We maintain constant contact with our patients who are open to participation in new research. In order to maintain appropriate prophylaxis and safety of the conducted projects we perform according to the highest standards, using instructions and procedures of the Ministry of Health, Sanitary-epidemiological station, WHO (World Health Organization) and EMA (European Medicines Agency).

We have already tested approximately 2,500 patients as part of various research projects. The safety of patients is supervised by qualified nurses, laboratory technicians, pharmacists and coordinators as well as recognized medical experts with many years of experience and knowledge. This confirm that our site is effective and efficient and able to provide rapid study start-up for trials research of various therapies even in challenging environment.

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International Clinical Trials Day

On 28th of June, 2019 we attended the annual conference on the occassion of International Clinical Trials Day titled "On the verge of changes".

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TransCelerate accreditation

To improve our trainings system, we joined „GCP Mutual Recognition Program" and were accredited by TransCelerate Biopharma Inc

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Happy Easter!

To all our employees, co-workers, clients and patients we would like to express our best wishes of joyful and peaceful Easter.

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Pediatrics Clinical Trials - conference

On 16th of April, 2019 we attended an interesting conference concerning clinical trials in pediatrics organised by GCPpl society.

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Personal Data Security in Clinical Trials

On 21st of March, 2019 our representatives attended workshops concerning personal data security in clinical trials.

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