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Synteract und Harrison Clinical Research vereinbaren die Gründung eines multinationalen Auftragsforschungsinstituts
Date:3/1/2013

SAN DIEGO, 1. März 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Synteract, ein führendes Auftragsforschungsinstitut (CRO) mit Komplettservice aus dem Portfolio der in San Francisco ansässigen Gryphon Investors, hat Harrison Clinical Research („HCR") übernommen, um unter dem Namen SynteractHCR ein neues, multinationales Auftragsforschungsinstituts zu gründen. Der Unternehmenssitz wird im Kreis San Diego angesiedelt, und Wendel Barr wird als CEO die Leitung von SynteractHCR übernehmen. Dr. Francisco Harrison, der bisherige Vorstandsvorsitzende und Gründer von HCR, wird einen hochrangigen Posten in der Unternehmensleitung erhalten und zum Vorstandsmitglied ernannt. Die Zusammensetzung der aktuellen Führungsriege wird nicht geändert. Der bisherige COO von Synteract , Stewart Bieler , wird Präsident des US-Geschäfts, und der bisherige CEO von HCR , Benedikt van Nieuwenhove , wird Präsident des Europageschäfts von SynteractHCR.

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Der Zusammenschluss der beiden Unternehmen macht SynteractHCR zu einem erstklassigen globalen Auftragsforschungsinstitut. Mit den so entstehenden zusätzlichen Ressourcen und größeren Kapazitäten kann das Unternehmen Programme in fortgeschrittenen Phasen und von größerem Umfang unterstützen:

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