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In the human biospecimen marketplace.

Discover innovative resource partnerships.

Smartsourcing advocates creating intelligent partnerships with key contributors to ensure a company’s long-term success. In today’s competitive life sciences industry and in the human biospecimens marketplace in particular, this means building partnerships with clinical research organizations who can bring innovative, forward-thinking product and service relationships to your clinical development programs.

Smartsourcing human biospecimens with a trusted partner will ultimately allow your company to focus on its core competencies and skill sets while building proprietary technologies in the race to the healthcare marketplace.

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Critical Factors for Your Success

Collecting the increasingly important clinical research samples that you’ll need for your new medical device’s pre-clinical validation study, FDA 510k, Pre-Market Approval (PMA) or EU Medical Device approval application can oftentimes be the critical factor for success. Certainly, it makes a lot of sense to deploy a Smartsourcing approach when it comes to purchasing processes of this consequence.

Our Philosophy

In addition to biospecimens prospectively collected specifically for research use, we collect “left over” and soon-to-be-discarded medical waste products. These biospecimens are important human bioresources and repurposing them is an important conservation activity that in many respects preserves a high form of renewable scientific and intellectual energy.

We maintain the highest level of respect for participating patients who want their privacy and medical data protected and for physicians who recruit them to our research programs.

We understand the rapidly evolving and changing regulatory, social, political and scientific landscape in the US for those who utilize human biospecimens for research purposes.

We work closely with medical institutions to align the ethical interests and moral obligations of all constituencies involved in the identification, collection, storage and distribution of these important human bioresources.

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