Biomarker Solutions

International Fund Raising

Pharmaimage (PI) provides support with fund raising to academic and private organizations being active in biomedical research. PI assists in finding an adequate strategy, building national and international consortia and delivering an administrative and management framework.

We offer: over 20 years of expertise with successful fund raising and project management:

  • European Union (EU) 
  • Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) (German Research Foundation) Bundesministerium für Forschung und Technologie (BMBF)
  • Pharmaceutical Industry (Phase-I-IV)

Major expertise with large national/international biomedical research consortia (EU, DFG) 

Services offered by PI

Services are offered as modules. Whatever you need for your clinical study you can select from the following list:

  • Formal Support with National and International Grant Applications, Study Proposals for Industry, Ethics Applications
  • Administration/Coordination of Projects (including contacting EU Officials)
  • Study Set-up incl. Biomarker Panels, Sample Tracking and Logistic (Storage/Transport), Contracting Imaging Facilities for Data Collection
  • Clinical Data Management incl. eCRF, Data Storage and Transfer via Cloud Service
  • Monitoring, Registration of Drug Trials, Supporting Import/Export of Experimental Drug Substances for Research requiring Import and/or Export Authorizations
  • Clinical Data (Statistical) Analyses, Biomarker/Imaging Data Analyses
  • Reporting (Final Reports, SAE Reporting)
  • Legal Activities, Negotiations, Consortium Agreements, Intellectual Property Protection, Contacting Legal Bodies (e.g. EMA)
  • Dissemination Activities, Project Web Sites, Public Awareness of Projects, Organization of Meetings and Events, Training Activities also see “Other Services”

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