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CROS NT Ltd Announces Acquisition of MDSL International Ltd.
Date:1/7/2014

business. I will remain with the company providing consultancy for emerging companies seeking advice on getting their products to market or securing licencing deals."

Jo Marshall, MDSL International Managing Director, who will become the UK Country Manager for CROS NT Ltd added, "I am excited by this opportunity and looking forward to working with the CROS NT team. In addition to giving us greater critical mass here in the UK, this deal will give our existing customers access to the CROS NT technology portfolio which includes several Electronic Data Capture (EDC) platforms, a Clinical Trial Management System (CTMS), and electronic Patient Reported Outcomes (ePRO) solutions."

About CROS NT

In its 22nd year, CROS NT is a global Contract Research Organization (CRO) specialized in clinical data services. With over 800 studies completed in a variety of therapeutic areas and indications, CROS NT has remained focused on biometrics including statistical consultancy, programming and analysis, clinical data management, medical writing, pharmacovigilance and life science technology solutions. We collect, integrate and analyze data from various sources and uses processes and technology to ensure excellent project governance, reporting and traceability. 

About MDSL International Limited

MDSL is a private company and was founded by the Executive Chairman Dr. Edmund Otun in April 1996 to provide data management and statistical services to the pharmaceutical industry. We continue today to provide a fully project managed, flexible service from start to finish on a wide range of clinical trials for our European biotechnology and pharmaceutical customers. The principles upon which the company was founded are as valid today as they were in 1996. They are to provide superior service and quality with commitment and integrity whilst providing a work life balance for employees conducive to fle
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