CARE Research, LLC Chooses Science Exchange as the Primary Online Channel to Offer Preclinical In Vivo Services to Scientists

March 6, 2018 | Posted by Team in News |

CARE Research on Science Exchange

PALO ALTO, CA, March 6, 2018 – Science Exchange, the world’s leading and most secure enterprise platform for outsourced research and development services, announced a partnership with CARE Research, LLC to offer online access to its preclinical services to scientists around the globe.

CARE Research, LLC is a Colorado-based contract research organization (CRO) and a foremost provider of preclinical research. The company’s mission is to deliver services that are competitively priced, of superior quality, and rendered with a high degree of responsiveness that ensures ease of FDA approval.

“Our partnership with Science Exchange allows us to widen our operational reach and to find clients we wouldn’t have connected with had we only used our internal resources,” said Rajan Bawa, Ph.D., co-founder and CEO of CARE Research, LLC. “Additionally, the project managers with whom we have interacted are very responsive, helpful and easily available to answer any questions and facilitate sponsor interactions.”

“We are excited to partner with CARE Research, LLC to make its preclinical in vivo services readily available to scientists worldwide,” said Elizabeth Iorns, Ph.D., co-founder and CEO of Science Exchange. “Science Exchange is steadfastly committed to adding new innovative and qualified providers to our platform, so scientists have quick access to a breadth of research services. CARE Research, LLC met our rigorous standards for quality and compliance while demonstrating breakthrough discoveries in the field of in vivo research.”

About CARE Research, LLC

CARE Research, LLC is a leader in customized preclinical studies with quick turnaround, competitive costing and humane animal handling procedures under strict regulatory compliance. Our experienced, hands-on scientists design and conduct studies that facilitate regulatory approval. Our studies enable both large and small life science companies to achieve their design and exploration goals as well as obtain marketing approval. Our services include a wide range: PK/ MTD, DART, toxicology, IND/NDA enabling studies for drugs and biomedical devices. Our clinical pathology and histopathology capabilities afford a single point of control to our study sponsors. We offer a variety of animal models including rodents, rabbits, dogs, guinea pigs, pigs, mini pigs, goats, sheep, cattle, and horses.  

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Likarda Chooses Science Exchange as the Primary Online Channel to Offer 3D Compound Screening and Assay Development Services to Scientists

February 28, 2018 | Posted by Team in News |

Likarda Partners With Science Exchange

PALO ALTO, CA, February 28, 2018 – Science Exchange, the world’s leading platform for outsourced research and development (R&D) services, announced a partnership with Likarda to offer online access to its innovative 3D compound screening and assay development services to scientists around the globe.

Likarda is a Kansas City-based contract research organization (CRO) and a leading provider of drug discovery and development services, primarily using 3D cell-based assaying technologies and microencapsulation. The company’s mission is to combine comprehensive early-phase discovery research with consultative and analytical services so that those in the drug discovery process can move forward confidently, efficiently, and affordably.

“We focus on bringing to market disruptive technologies that improve healthcare outcomes and lower costs for pets and people alike. To illustrate, our proprietary three-dimensional cell culture system serves as a predictive model to demonstrate how test drug compounds work in the human body. Partnering with Science Exchange gives its global client base the fastest path to our novel technologies and services,” stated Karthik Ramachandran, Ph.D., Likarda’s vice president and co-founder.

“We are excited to team up with Likarda to make its drug screening and assay development services accessible to scientists worldwide,” said Elizabeth Iorns, Ph.D., co-founder and CEO of Science Exchange.  “Science Exchange is committed to adding the most innovative and qualified service providers to our platform, so scientists can securely and readily access the services they need to aid their discoveries.  Likarda met our rigorous standards for quality and compliance while demonstrating breakthrough discoveries in the field of 3D cell-based assaying technologies and microencapsulation.”

About Likarda

Founded in 2012, Likarda LLC is a world-class, cutting-edge biotech research laboratory for science entrepreneurs, pharmaceutical and nutraceutical companies, animal health, and contract research organizations (CRO). We focus on bringing to market disruptive technologies that improve health-care outcomes and lower costs for pets and people alike. Follow the CRO on Twitter @likardallc.

 

Interested in trying out Likarda’s technologies for your project?

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Tech Q&A with CARE Research

February 12, 2018 | Posted by Team in Provider Spotlight |


 

Chandreyee Das, PhD, of Science Exchange recently spoke with Rajan Bawa, PhD, of CARE Research LLC, a leading preclinical CRO combining quality service for clients with excellent quality of life for animals — even for challenging or complex projects.

CD: Rajan, you’ve been in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry for over 40 years, can you tell us your company’s story?

RB: Twenty years ago, I started this histopathology company, Colorado Histo-Prep. In 2010, we acquired one of our preclinical CRO clients, which was CARE Research, enabling us to provide a one-stop-shop for our clients in the preclinical space.

CD: What capabilities does CARE Research have that set the company apart from other preclinical CROs?

RB: One differentiator is our ability to start projects very swiftly, with quick IACUC approval. We have extensive technical and regulatory experience.

Also, our responsiveness to our sponsor needs, being proactive in providing ongoing progress reports — we don’t wait until things go wrong.

We’re relatively small — we have about 20 people — but that means that we have high-ranking people in our organization — say, VP of Toxicology, or IACUC chairs — actively involved in projects. In large preclinical CROs, very often, there’s a study director who sits in his office, doesn’t even make it to the lab until the sponsor comes to visit.

CD: What preclinical services do you offer that are differentiated from other service providers?

RB: One area of strength is in DART (Developmental and reproductive toxicology) studies and ocular studies. DART services are not often offered by small or medium CROs, because they lack the expertise to carry out these specialized studies.

Ocular studies are another of our core competencies — these are also complex studies, you really have to know what you’re doing.

CD: What type of certifications does CARE Research hold?

RB: That’s a great question. We are OLA certified, AAALAC accredited, and we are GLP. We’re inspected regularly by FDA and USDA.

CD: What types of clients do you serve?

RB: We have a mix of different sponsors. We have large pharma, small biomedical companies, university researchers, startup companies.

In addition to our flexibility and ability to respond quickly, we have the ability to do very complex projects, especially in the surgical and ocular area in contrast to other CROs who may stay away from complex studies.

CD: Finally, could you describe your experience with Science Exchange?

RB: Science Exchange allows us to widen our reach, and allows us to find clients we would not have found using our internal resources. Also, the project managers whom I’ve interacted with are very helpful and responsive, and easily available to answer any questions, provide clarifications, etc in a patient manner.

 

Request a quote from CARE Research and get on the fastest path to completing your preclinical studies.

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Provider Best Practices: List Services Using The Experiment Hierarchy

November 12, 2013 | Posted by Brianne Villano in New Feature |

Providers on Science Exchange can easily list service offerings on their facility storefront for researchers to order. Our new experiment hierarchy makes it even easier.

Your Management section currently allows you to add service offerings using a text field that has real-time drop-down results of services that have the same keywords.

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