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Profil Institute Reports Record Growth in Number of Clinical Trials in the Pipeline
Date:5/3/2012

SAN DIEGO, May 3, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Profil® Institute for Clinical Research, Inc., a company focused on early phase clinical trials for diabetes and obesity, announced today record growth in the number of clinical trials in the pipeline.  Profil Institute also reports an increase in the number of mid-size biotech and off-shore clients, while maintaining active collaborations with the largest global pharmaceutical companies, driven by a strong demand for Phase I and metabolic disease specialization. 

Profil Institute's advances in early phase drug research and its specific focus on diabetes, obesity and cardiometabolic diseases as it relates to the diabetic patient population have led Profil Institute to be recognized in the pharmaceutical community as the most highly regarded clinical research institute for early phase diabetes drug trials. 

"Pharmaceutical clients are facing increased pressure to be more selective and efficient with their drug candidate trials and as such are turning to specialized institutes like Profil Institute to run more complex and meaningful studies," said Profil Institute CEO Dr. Marcus Hompesch.  "While other CROs are responding to this trend, specialization has been Profil Institute's strategy since the company's inception and our business has grown as a result.  We now have a record number of projects in our pipeline, active collaborations with the largest global pharmaceutical companies, and a rapidly growing number of mid-size pharmaceutical and biotech clients."

Although considered a CRO (Clinical Research Organization), the founders of Profil Institute have never considered their company to accurately fit that description.  Instead they coined the term CRI, Clinical Research Institute, and define it as"uniting independent academic science with the professionalism of the pharmaceutical industry" – combining distinct academic intellect with the means to effec
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