The Company's Trusted Process methodology and therapeutic foresight lead customers to more confident, better-informed drug and device development decisions.
What does TP stand for?
TP stands for Trusted Process
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Regulatory compliance is weaved throughout our Trusted Process methodology for conducting clinical trials to help increase first round approval rates.
By including the role of regulatory affairs throughout each phase of our Trusted Process, Wayne and his team will continue to maximize the success of our customers' global regulatory submissions.
We've been offering our Trusted Process for more than two years and our customers really value our ability to deliver flexibility with reduced variability to consistently deliver actionable results for their clinical trials.
This appointment reinforces our commitment to providing customers top notch project teams to support their unique programs with scientific and operational rigor as delivered through our Trusted Process.
Not only does he have impeccable therapeutic expertise, but he has been instrumental in fine tuning the methodologies that we use today in our Trusted Process for delivering high quality clinical results that meet or exceed customer expectations.
Our Trusted Process methodology gives us the framework to efficiently expand into new therapeutic areas as drug development trends emerge.
By utilizing our Trusted Process methodology, INC Research has already developed a solid reputation for the successful conduct of clinical trials in women's health such as breast cancer trials in our Oncology Division and fibromyalgia trials in our CNS Division.