Charles River Laboratories

Website: http://www.criver.com/

Types of Services Provided: Consulting; Preclinical Development

For more than 60 years, Charles River has been helping our global partners accelerate drug discovery and development by providing them with high-quality research models, preclinical services, process manufacturing support and clinical trial support services. Our offerings span the entire drug development process, from discovery through market approval, providing our clients a seamless partnership throughout.

Through our skilled and professional team and state-of-the-art facilities and technologies, we can customize our products and services to meet clients’ specific needs. With facilities around the world, Charles River is an ideal partner for moving a compound through development in a cost-effective and timely manner.

Charles River is a Platinum sponsor and is providing Navigator Regulatory Consultation Services, in addition to Scientific Preclinical Program Design and Consultation Services, including specialty areas Bone and Ocular Research.

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Learn more about Navigator regulatory consultation services:

Charles River Navigator Services provides scientific and regulatory advice to clients to ensure that their preclinical development programs meet with regulatory agencies’ expectations. Navigators accomplish this goal by sharing their own wealth of expertise and by leveraging the scientific and regulatory expertise across Charles River’s global network for the benefit of their clients.

Navigators employ former senior FDA pharmacology/toxicology reviewers and senior scientists from the pharmaceutical industry with established expertise in drug development. Their expertise spans all therapeutic areas and product types, including small molecules, biotechnology-derived proteins, synthetic peptides, vaccines and cell/gene therapy.

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