Viapath's Contract Research and Development Department

Tuesday, 10 October, 2017

About us

Viapath’s Contract Research and Development Department works with and supports many academic and commercial clinical trials and projects. Our team is experienced particularly in delivering routine and bespoke biomarker research with over 400 assays available by immunoassay (such as Salivary Cortisol, Complement, Cytokines, LPS, Adiponectin, Retinol Binding Protein, Calprotectin, Bile Acids & Periostin) and radioimmunoassay (such as Glucagon, P3NP, 1,5 Anhydroglucitol (1,5-AG), Total Ghrelin & PINP).  Additionally, we are able to facilitate most study requirements by utilising the broad wealth of scientific expertise and large repertoire of analytical instrumentation within Viapath’s pathology services at Kings College Hospital and Guys and St Thomas’ Hospitals which include assays performed in the departments of Biochemical Sciences, Blood Sciences, Diagnostic Immunology and Allergy, Genetics, Haematological Malignancy, Haemostasis and Thrombosis, Reference Biochemistry and Toxicology.

Research & Development Division

Viapath’s in-house team of scientists, assistants and administrator are dedicated to offering the highest quality of services and result generation. All staff adhere to the regulatory requirements set out by Good Clinical Practise (GCP) and Human Tissue Authority (HTA). Our experienced scientists are able to help with:

·  trial design

·  assessing scientific validity

·  analytical expertise

·  statistical analysis

·  methodology write ups 

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For further information, please visit:

http://www.viapath.co.uk/departments-and-laboratories/contract-research

Please contact one of our team of experts for more details on how we can help you to take your research study forward:

Darren Costello, Service Delivery Manager: darren [dot] costello [at] viapath [dot] co [dot] uk

Tracey Mare, Contract Research and Development Manager: tracey [dot] mare [at] nhs [dot] net

Contract Research and Development Team:

kch-tr [dot] ContractRandD [at] nhs [dot] net

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