Worldwide Clinical Trials

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    Worldwide Clinical Trials is a global contract research organization. It provides full-service drug development services to the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries from early phase and bioanalytical sciences through phase II and III trials to peri-approval studies. The company specializes in neuroscience, cardiovascular, immune-mediated inflammatory disease, and rare disease fields.

    TypePrivate
    Founded1986
    HQMorrisville, US
    Websiteworldwide.com
    Employee Ratings3.7

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    Employees (est.) (Feb 2020)1,535

    Key People/Management at Worldwide Clinical Trials

    David Bowser

    David Bowser

    Executive Vice President & General Manager, Global Clinical Development
    Sara Davis

    Sara Davis

    Executive Vice President, Global Business Development
    Margo Holland

    Margo Holland

    Executive Vice President, Global Head of Quality
    Lynn Ledwith

    Lynn Ledwith

    Executive Vice President of Strategic Marketing & Commercial Operations
    Tim Martin

    Tim Martin

    Executive Vice President and General Manager, Early Phase
    Michael Murphy

    Michael Murphy

    Chief Medical and Scientific Officer
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    Worldwide Clinical Trials Office Locations

    Worldwide Clinical Trials has offices in Morrisville, Austin, Beverly Hills, Cambridge and in 21 other locations
    Morrisville, US (HQ)
    3800 Paramount Pkwy #400
    Austin, US
    8609 Cross Park Dr
    Beverly Hills, US
    401 N Maple Dr
    Cambridge, US
    245 First Street Riverview II, 18th Floor
    San Antonio, US
    2455 NE Interstate 410 Loop #150
    Wayne, US
    480 Swedesford Rd #200
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    Worldwide Clinical Trials Financials and Metrics

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    Founding Date

    1986
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    Worldwide Clinical Trials Operating Metrics

    May, 2019

    Countries

    63

    Offices

    30

    Trademarks (US)

    10
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    Worldwide Clinical Trials Online and Social Media Presence

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    Worldwide Clinical Trials Blogs

    What’s Next in the Evolution of Cardiovascular Research?

      The following blog discusses current trends in cardiovascular research in recognition of Heart Month. 2020 marks the 56th consecutive year that February is designated Heart Month by the American Heart Association (AHA). With a goal of improving the cardiovascular health of all Americans by 20% whi…

    Your Rare Disease Clinical Trial Readiness Checklist

      The following blog provides a seven-item checklist to determine whether you and your CRO are ready for the challenges of a rare disease clinical trial. Although rare diseases by definition affect small numbers of individuals, the collective number of people worldwide living with some type of rare …

    2020 Predictions in Real-World Evidence, Part 5: Evolving Service Providers

      As appreciation grows for the contribution of real-world evidence (RWE) and real-world data (RWD) to clinical research, the application of RWE/RWD within this space is treated with circumspection. To help stakeholders confidently explore the benefits of adopting real-world evidence applications, J…

    2020 Predictions in Real-World Evidence, Part 4: Meet the CDO

      As appreciation grows for the contribution of real-world evidence (RWE) and real-world data (RWD) to clinical research, the application of RWE/RWD within this space is treated with circumspection. To help stakeholders confidently explore the benefits of adopting real-world evidence applications, J…

    Three Trends from JPM 2020 with Lasting Impact

      The following blog provides perspective from Michael Murphy, M.D., Ph.D., chief medical and scientific officer at Worldwide Clinical Trials, about the standout moments from the recent J.P. Morgan conference and the impact these topics will have on clinical trial research in the near future. The an…

    2020 Predictions in Real-World Evidence, Part 3: The Renewed Importance of Documentation

      As appreciation grows for the contribution of real-world evidence (RWE) and real-world data (RWD) to clinical research, the application of RWE/RWD within this space is treated with circumspection. To help stakeholders confidently explore the benefits of adopting real-world evidence applications, J…
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    Worldwide Clinical Trials Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Worldwide Clinical Trials founded?

      Worldwide Clinical Trials was founded in 1986.

    • Who are Worldwide Clinical Trials key executives?

      Worldwide Clinical Trials's key executives are David Bowser, Sara Davis and Margo Holland.

    • How many employees does Worldwide Clinical Trials have?

      Worldwide Clinical Trials has 1,535 employees.

    • Who are Worldwide Clinical Trials competitors?

      Competitors of Worldwide Clinical Trials include Cambridge Cognition Holdings, Syneos Health and Covance.

    • Where is Worldwide Clinical Trials headquarters?

      Worldwide Clinical Trials headquarters is located at 3800 Paramount Pkwy #400, Morrisville.

    • Where are Worldwide Clinical Trials offices?

      Worldwide Clinical Trials has offices in Morrisville, Austin, Beverly Hills, Cambridge and in 21 other locations.

    • How many offices does Worldwide Clinical Trials have?

      Worldwide Clinical Trials has 25 offices.