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Covance, Inc.

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Covance, with headquarters in Princeton, New Jersey, is one of the world’s largest and most comprehensive drug development services companies, with annual revenues greater than $2 billion, employees in more than 60 countries, and more than 11,000 employees worldwide.

Nonclinical Development: Toxicology, Research Products, Analytical Services

• Managed 443 compound development programs (>250 IND/CTA enabling), with  over 100 different sponsors, which led to 41 IND/CTA applications in 2009
• Performed best-in-class productivity cycle times: FIA to FIH in 22 weeks
• Dedicated Capacity Agreements with several major pharma customers
• Greater than 2.5M sq ft of research space

Clinical Development: Clinical Pharmacology, Clinical, Central Labs

• Supported 50% of latest breakthrough cancer treatments
• Supported development of the top 25 currently marketed medicines
• 70% of clinical programs on or ahead of enrollment timelines
• Broad-based, scalable and market-leading, Biomarker capability
• 99% of samples received within stability
• 145 million laboratory tests; 83,000 investigator sites; 100 countries
• Seven Clinical Pharmacology units with ~500 beds

Periapproval & Market Access

• Results-driven reimbursement support for >60% of the biologics market
• Designed and managed world’s largest safety registry ever – iPledge
• Team of experts dedicated to risk management and Pharmacovigilance
• Bi-coastal call center capabilities to deliver patient and physician support
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210 Carnegie Center Princeton, New Jersey 08540 United States

Tel: +1.888.268.2623



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