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Inflamax Research Inc. Enters Strategic Partnership with Northern Air Environmental Technologies Inc.
Date:6/18/2013

Mississauga, Ontario (PRWEB) June 18, 2013

Inflamax Research Inc., a full service CRO specializing in Proof of Concept and Phase I-IV clinical trials, announced today that they will have a strategic alliance with Northern Air Environmental Technologies (NAET), a specialty air conditioning & environmental control company, for the deployment, monitoring, and servicing of mobile Environmental Exposure Chambers (EECs) used in Allergy, Asthma, and Ocular clinical trials.

Inflamax Research has proprietary Next Generation Environmental Exposure Chamber technology and is a world leader in allergy and asthma research. Mobile EECs (mEEC™), a groundbreaking advancement developed by Inflamax Research, allow for the conduct of multi-center allergy and ocular clinical trials and show great promise in furthering allergy and asthma research by allowing study sites to be set up at targeted locations with a high prevalence of specific allergies, rather than having patients commute to a fixed EEC site. Northern Air will work exclusively with Inflamax Research to support mEEC™ multicenter clinical trials in the area of facility and mEEC™ design, construction, and maintenance.

This strategic partnership between Inflamax Research and Northern Air will expedite trial operationalization by contracting the oversight of custom built environmental control units (ECU) and air handling systems to a sole vendor. Northern Air is involved from point of conceptual design to remote deployment, and on-site validation.    

Inflamax Research will create the allergy models and Northern Air Environmental Technologies Inc. will custom-build the ECUs and supervise the air handling systems in Inflamax Research mEEC™. By having Northern Air as an exclusive vendor, Inflamax can focus on conducting the trials while being assured that the environmental control systems are being overseen by industry experts.

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