From June 2016 on we offer from now on also for clinical trials with industrial sponsors our safety management services.
First-in-man, proof-of-concept, Phase 1, first-in-patient

Our state-of-the-art facility provides outstanding medical capabilities. We have 35 beds (thereof 10 beds with intensive monitoring capabilities), 8 examination rooms, on-site specimen processing lab, biological sample refrigerators and freezers, fully equipped intensive monitoring suite, secure record and drug storage space.

IITs, funded projects, investigator initiated

Academic clinical trials are essential for clinical research especially for optimizing patient treatment.

Even though the legal responsibilities, tasks and duties are the same, IITs are special due to the fact that the financial budgets are in general limited. The peculiarities and difficulties have to be considered , an optimal planning from the very first moment is mandatory in order to perform and finalize them successfully.

Values, Responsibility, Expertise, Dedication

We take pride in conducting clinical research with responsibility, expertise and dedication! We conceive this as our duty, and from it derive our strength for market competition.

Monitoring, CRA, Phase I-IV, academic study, register

Our clinical monitoring group is highly experienced in all monitoring related activities. Our CRAs/Lead CRAs are responsible for and committed to conducting all activities in accordance with the protocol, ICH/GCP/ISO 14155 requirements, the project specific monitoring manual, applicable SOPs and all additional regulatory requirements.

recruitment, Hamburg, northern germany, healthy volunteers, patients, various indications

We are located on the campus of the  University Medical Center Hamburg Eppendorf (UKE) and this location is one of our greatest advantages in planning, recruiting and conducting clinical trials.

Quality assurance, GCP, ISO 9001, SOPs

Compliance with this standard ensures public assurance that the rights, safety and well-being of the trial subjects are protected consistent with the principles that have their origin in the Declaration of Helsinki, and that the clinical data are credible.


at the University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf

Martinistr. 64 ⋅ 20251 Hamburg, Germany

T +49 (0)40 52 47 19-0