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INC Research and invivodata Announce ePRO Partnership
Date:3/4/2010

invivodata’s Regulatory Expertise Enhances CRO's Robust Global Service Offering

Raleigh, NC and Pittsburgh, PA (Vocus) March 4, 2010 -- INC Research®, Inc., a therapeutically focused contract research organization (CRO) with a process for delivering reliable results and invivodata®, inc., the industry leader in patient reported outcomes (PRO) solutions and services for global clinical research, today announced a partnership in which invivodata provides its ePRO solutions and services as a component of INC’s full service offering portfolio. The partnership has evolved from the successful execution of multiple international clinical trials in which INC Research and invivodata clinical service teams have delivered ePRO solutions and services to global biopharmaceutical customers.

INC Research has unrivaled expertise and a reputation for conducting global clinical development programs of the highest integrity. With its focus on providing its customers fit for purpose solutions, INC Research continually assesses industry developments to adopt proven technologies into their complete range of customized clinical trial services.

“We chose to partner with invivodata based on the integration of scientific and regulatory principles into their ePRO solution - elements critical in ensuring high patient compliance and reliable data,” said Alistair Macdonald, INC Research’s executive vice president, Strategic Development. “By leveraging our relationship with invivodata, we can continue to guide our customers through any regulatory changes that may affect their research decisions, especially in light of
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