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Year Established:
Lisboa, , PT
Company Type:
Mid-Sized Business (10-100M TTM Revenue)

Eurotrials, Scientific Consultants, is a privately owned company founded in Lisbon in 1995 by members of academia, medical community and pharmaceutical industry. It specializes in clinical research and scientific consultancy in the area of health and currently operates in Europe and Latin America.

Eurotrials’ close collaboration with medical and regulatory institutions is an essential success factor that has been recognized by its partners, i.e. the pharmaceutical and international biotechnology industry, regulatory agencies, universities and clinical research centres., CROs and agro-food industry.

The company’s success stands on pillars that have marked its personality since it was founded: creativity in finding solutions, unique technology, multidisciplinary expertise, solid experience and quality. It is qualified to participate in all the steps of any clinical, translational or epidemiological research project, from the initial research question to the final output.
Eurotrials has a team of over 120 young, motivated employees and counts on diversity and interdisciplinarity to meet its customers’ needs. The team includes physicians, biologists, pharmacists, biostatisticians, sociologists, nutritionists, chemists, engineers, psychologists and mathematicians, among others.

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