Scandinavian CRO (SCRO) has been chosen as a preferred supplier, together with their partner Gothia Forum, in the public procurement of clinical monitoring services for Region Västra Götaland.
SCRO has also been chosen as a preferred supplier of clinical monitoring services for the Karolinska Trial Alliance (KTA)/Karolinska University Hospital in Region Stockholm.
The importance of clinical monitoring
Clinical trials are the basis for developing new treatments for patients, as well as vaccines, medical devices, and tools for diagnosing, monitoring, and preventing disease. Clinical monitoring is the monitoring of clinical trials, which is vital for ensuring regulatory compliance, data quality, and protecting the rights and welfare of the study patients.
A leading CRO
SCRO is a full-service clinical research organization (CRO) with offices in Uppsala and Gothenburg, and a team that reaches across Scandinavia. Recently, SCRO celebrated 15 years of success with over 350 projects and 140 different customers.
“We are extremely proud to be chosen as a preferred supplier. We have monitoring experience in a wide range of therapeutic areas and in all phases of clinical development. Our experienced and knowledgeable team is appreciated by our customers and has been the key to our continued success,” says Ulrika Hammarström Lüllmaa, CEO.
With approximately 30 employees, SCRO is a clinical contract research organization that supports customers in designing and conducting their clinical research – from carrying out clinical trials to developing an entire clinical program. SCRO’s clients include pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device companies, as well as academic researchers and other CROs and organizations.
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