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Synteract and Harrison Clinical Research Close Deal to Form Multinational CRO
Date:3/1/2013

SAN DIEGO, Mar. 1, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Synteract, a leading full-service contract research organization (CRO) and portfolio company of San Francisco-based Gryphon Investors, has completed its acquisition of Harrison Clinical Research ("HCR") to form a new multinational CRO – SynteractHCR. The company will have its corporate headquarters in San Diego County. Wendel Barr will lead SynteractHCR as CEO. Dr. Francisco Harrison, formerly HCR's chairman and founder, will remain a senior member of the executive team and become a member of the Board of Directors.  The existing management stays in place, with former Synteract COO Stewart Bieler becoming president of U.S. operations and former HCR CEO Benedikt van Nieuwenhove becoming president of European operations for SynteractHCR.

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The merger of the companies will make SynteractHCR a top tier, global CRO and provide additional resources and scale to support large, later phase programs:

  • Geographic Footprint — The combined company will have offices in 16 countries with operations in both Western and Eastern Europe, Israel and South America, as well as the U.S.  In addition to its headquarters in San Diego, California, SynteractHCR's U.S.presence will include two offices on
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