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Italian CRO Cromsource expands into France

New Paris office will be led by Christian Milla

Italian CRO Cromsource expands into FranceCromsource has expanded its European operations into France, opening an office in the Left Bank area of Paris close to the University of Sciences and the Paris Biopark.

CEO Oriana Zerbini said: “Cromsource continues to grow successfully as a result of our unique commitment to deliver our clients' projects on time, on budget and to the highest quality.

“As a result we needed to increase our presence in France, and I am delighted to announce that we have done this through expansion of our team and the opening of new office premises.”

Cromsource's operations in the country will be led by Christian Milla, who joined the Verona-based clinical research organisation (CRO) late last year.

“With more than 33 per cent of international phase II and III studies being performed here, France is a key strategic country for Comsource,” explained Milla, who also serves as the global head of Cromsource's medical division. 

“We have been growing our activity here year on year, and we look forward to further growth in this region in years to come,” he added.

Milla also noted that, with Cromsource on the French Ministry of Research's (FMR) list of approved CROs, the firm's clients can claim significant tax credits for R&D activities executed by the CRO on their behalf.

2nd October 2013

From: Research

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