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Walk in Interview for CRA Clinical trials on 7th August

Interview -CRA( Clinical Trails)
Date-7th August 2016
Day Sunday
Time 9:30 onwards
Watson Pharma Mumbai & Lotus Labs Bangalore
Exp- 1-10 years
Being held at
Lemon Tree Premier; The Atrium, Ahmedabad
Off Nehru Bridge,
Sabarmati Riverfront,
Ahmedabad,  Gujarat
Contact No. 8422959870

Details about lotus lab :
The capabilities to conduct phase I studies at Lotus are backed by vast experience in clinical trials. Lotus offers the state-of-the-art infrastructure to conduct phase i studies in healthy volunteers. These include:
  • First-in-human
  • Single Ascending Dose studies
  • Multiple Ascending Dose studies
  • New Chemical Entities
  • Dose Escalating studies
Capabilities  Lotus Labs offers specialized services for Phase i studies like First-in-Man for new chemical entities (NCEs) and new biological entities (NBEs). We also offer services for a range of clinical pharmacology studies including Food Effect, Proof of Mechanism & Proof of Concept, Drug Interaction studies, Pharmacokinetic / Pharmacodynamic studies, TQTc studies, exploratory studies for various biomarkers and various Special Population studies. 
State of the Art Infrastructure for Phase I Studies 
A fully equipped 12 bed unit for Phase i studies is managed by a team of well trained professionals with extensive experience and is equipped with state-of-the-art medical equipment, experienced physicians and well trained nursing staff. The staff has hands on experience in conducting First-in-human as well as a host of other Clinical Pharmacology studies. The Phase-I clinic is situated in the premises of  Tertiary Care Center, St. John’s Hospital, Bangalore - one of the city’s largest and renowned public Multi-Specialty hospitals – with access to all emergency departments of the hospital.


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