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Established in the UK in 1982, Chiltern has grown steadily and strategically for more than 25 years, building our expertise, systems and client relationships to become one of the world’s leading and most highly trusted Contract Research Organizations.

From the start, our emphasis has been on delivering innovative and efficient solutions for our clients. This has developed a culture where customer focus, collaboration, flexibility and quality drive all aspects of our business.

Today, Chiltern employs nearly 1,300 staff globally and has experience conducting clinical trials in more than 40 countries. We are located strategically in the Asia Pacific region, Europe, Latin America, North America and South Africa to align with and respond to our clients’ evolving needs.

Our senior management team is truly international, reflecting Chiltern’s global commitment to providing the best clinical development services to our clients worldwide. Through their leadership, experience and active involvement, Chiltern offers our clients global coverage and ready access to Chiltern’s leadership at all levels, which drives innovation, facilitates issue escalation and resolution and creates a highly efficient and responsive environment, translating into cost and time savings and delivery success.

Chiltern provides full clinical research services from Early Phase to Late Phase:

    Early Phase
    Global Clinical Development
    Late Phase
    Biometrics
    Medical and Regulatory Affairs
    Resourcing Solutions

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Chiltern International Ltd - Service Directory
171 Bath Road Slough Berkshire SL1 4AA, UK

Tel: +44 (0)1753 512000
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