In early 2019, Veristat helped Antibe Therapeutics, a biotech company with a drug platform of game-changing therapeutics in pain and inflammation, initiate the second part of their phase 2B dose-ranging, efficacy study for ATB-346. To date, this is one of the largest studies completed in Canada consisting of 360 patients with osteoarthritis (“OA”) of the knee, across 40 clinical sites.
Increasing Its Footprint and Expanding Therapeutic Expertise to Guide Sponsors Throughout the Clinical Development Lifecycle
Expanding Its Team of Regulatory Experts to Guide Biopharmaceutical Sponsors
Along the Pathway to Market Approval
Veristat Expands Operations into Taiwan to Support Growing Client Demand for Clinical Trial, Biostatistics and Programming Excellence in the Region
Opens office in Taipei, Taiwan
Veristat continues to support Antibe Therapeutics, a biotech company with a drug platform of game-changing therapeutics in pain and inflammation, as they receive approval to initiate the second part of their phase 2B dose-ranging, efficacy study for ATB-346.
Veristat Celebrates Its Support of over 75 Global Regulatory Submissions Since Its Founding
Upon receiving approval from Health Canada, Antibe Therapeutics selected Veristat to immediately begin work on part one of a Phase 2B dose-ranging, efficacy study for their lead drug candidate ATB-346. The study will run in Canada and is expected to conclude in December 2018.
Veristat Partners with TRI to Provide Centralized and Risk-Based Monitoring Technology to Their Biopharmaceutical Clients
Expanding Its Clinical Operations and Biometrics Teams Dedicated to Emerging, Small and Mid-Sized Biopharma
Continues Collaboration to Provide Regulatory Submission Support for
Additional Patisiran Submissions
SOUTHBOROUGH, MA – August 20, 2018 – Veristat, a full service Clinical Research Organization (CRO), congratulates Alnylam on the recent FDA approval of ONPATTRO™ (patisiran), a lipid complex injection for the treatment of the polyneuropathy of hereditary transthyretin-mediated (hATTR) amyloidosis in adults.