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Full Service CRO DAaCRO Joins Salimetrics Center of Excellence Program
Date:4/26/2013

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About DAaCRO:

Founded in 2006 by Juliane Hellhammer from the University of Trier, DAaCRO routinely meets the extensive legal requirements for clinical trials. The company is comprised of an efficient and reliable multidisciplinary team of experts in basic and clinical research whose expertise lies in a sophisticated assessment of effects of psychotropic substances on anxiety, depression and stress.

Typically, study protocols involve the Trier Social Stress Test (TSST). The TSST was developed by the Hellhammer lab at the University of Trier as well as many other methods routinely used in stress related clinical studies, such as the CAR (cortisol awakening response) and Neuropattern. Biomarkers are selected and integrated to this protocol depending on substance and target of action. A new modulary protocol for clinical trials enables sponsors to choose among multiple psychological and biological response measures of stress under laboratory conditions (tsst+TM).

The company is based in Trier, Germany and is conducting studies in many different locations. For more information visit DAaCRO on the web at http://www.daacro.com.

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