HOUSTON, Texas, September 23, 2020 – Pharm-Olam, a global mid-sized clinical research organization (CRO), has been selected by the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) to build capability at military treatment facilities in order to support Phase III clinical trials of one or more lead COVID-19 vaccine candidates being developed under Operation Warp Speed. The CRO will provide project management, contract management, and clinical trial site support to participating military treatment facility investigative sites. Pharm-Olam will be partnering with The Geneva Foundation (Geneva), which is dedicated to serving military medical researchers with the on-site support needed to operationalize clinical trials.
Houston, June 24, 2020 – Pharm-Olam, a global midsized clinical research organization (CRO), today announced that they completed a change of ownership transaction on Friday June 19, 2020. This transaction provides Pharm-Olam with enhanced financial flexibility and access to additional capital to support its growth strategy, as it continues to enhance their services in the company’s five core therapeutic areas: oncology-hematology, infectious disease and vaccines, autoimmune, allergy and rare disease.
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Houston, June 16th, 2020 – Pharm-Olam, LLC, a global, midsized CRO offering full-service clinical development solutions to the pharmaceutical and biotech industry, is launching Protocol Optimization Services to support the study development needs of their biopharma clients. The Protocol Optimization Service will benchmark a sponsor’s study design against other similar clinical trials and identify optimization opportunities for consideration and inclusion. This service will aid the development of lean and cost-effective study design while also maximizing study value through balancing patient and site burden with the achievement of planned primary and secondary study endpoints.
HOUSTON, TX, April 29, 2020– Pharm-Olam, a leading mid-sized clinical research organization (CRO) serving the pharmaceutical and biotech industry, won multiple recognitions in Life Science Leader magazine’s 2020 CRO Leadership Awards. This year marks the second consecutive year in which Pharm-Olam won CRO Leadership Awards. In 2019, the clinical research organization received awards in Compatibility, Reliability, and Quality. Building on that operational success, Pharm-Olam received awards in five of the six categories recognized by Life Science Leader. Pharm-Olam won a 2020 CRO Leadership Award in the following categories:
Collaboration between Pharm-Olam and IAOCR ensures “quality built in” audits Houston, Texas and Maidenhead, United Kingdom, 27 April 2020 – The first Independently Accredited Clinical Research Audit Academy is registering delegates for its first cohort commencing 4 May. “Audit Academy” blends high-quality virtual training and development facilitated by Pharm-Olam, with robust, independent and internationally-recognized accreditation awarded by IAOCR to deliver Internationally Qualified Clinical Research Auditors (designatory letters AIACR1).
TORONTO, March 25, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Revive Therapeutics Ltd. (“Revive” or the “Company”) (CSE: RVV), a life sciences company focused on the research and development of therapeutics for rare disorders and infectious diseases, is pleased to announce that the Company has retained Pharm-Olam, LLC, with proven clinical experience in infectious diseases completing over 100 clinical studies in approximately 19,000 patients at over 2,000 clinical sites, to serve as the Company’s Contract Research Organization (“CRO”) to advance the future clinical study for Bucillamine in the treatment of infectious diseases, including the coronavirus disease (“COVID-19”). In addition, Revive has added Dr. Kelly McKee, Jr., MD, MPH as Chief Scientific Officer consultant and Dr. Onesmo Mpanju, PhD as Regulatory Affairs consultant to the Company’s clinical development team.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) was recently declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO), and countries around the world are working to flatten their infection curve and forestall the transmission of this dangerous virus. At Pharm-Olam, we understand the impact that infectious diseases can have on individuals and communities, and we want to express our empathy to those who have been impacted. We are also doing our part to help reduce disease transmission while continuing to support research and the fight against infectious diseases like COVID-19.
Pharm-Olam, a global midsized CRO, today announced that the company’s board of directors has elected Robert Davie, Ph.D., as its new chief executive officer. Pharm-Olam provides full-service clinical development solutions for oncology-hematology, infectious disease, vaccines, and rare diseases. Davie succeeds David Grange who has served as Pharm-Olam’s CEO since March 2017. Grange will remain a director and vice chairman of the company’s board and will continue to support the organization and its work in U.S. government-funded research, which is an expanding area of Pharm-Olam’s business. “Rob Davie is a respected leader who has worked within the CRO industry for over 25 years. We look forward to his leadership and knowledge supporting the continued growth of Pharm-Olam,” said Zev Munk. M.D., founder and chairman of the board. “We also extend our sincere thanks to David Grange for his leadership over the past two-and-a-half years having transformed Pharm-Olam’s therapeutic focus while achieving record sales for 2018.”