Quintiles

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Quintiles Transnational
TypePrivate
IndustryContract Research Organization
Pharmaceutical Service Consulting
Founded1982
HeadquartersDurham, North Carolina, USA
Key peopleDennis Gillings, Chairman
Tom Pike CEO
John Ratliff President & COO
ProductsSupport services for pharmaceutical, biotech and medical companies and individuals
RevenueIncreaseUS$ Approximately $3.0 billion
Employees~ 25,000+ (2012)
Websitehttp://www.quintiles.com/
 
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Quintiles Transnational
TypePrivate
IndustryContract Research Organization
Pharmaceutical Service Consulting
Founded1982
HeadquartersDurham, North Carolina, USA
Key peopleDennis Gillings, Chairman
Tom Pike CEO
John Ratliff President & COO
ProductsSupport services for pharmaceutical, biotech and medical companies and individuals
RevenueIncreaseUS$ Approximately $3.0 billion
Employees~ 25,000+ (2012)
Websitehttp://www.quintiles.com/

Quintiles Transnational is a pharmaceutical services company offering clinical, commercial, consulting and capital services. The Quintiles network consists of more than 25,000 employees in 60 countries.[citation needed]

Quintiles manages clinical trials on behalf of pharmaceutical customers, and provides the following services:

Quintiles helped develop or commercialize all of 2009's top 50 best selling drugs or compounds and nearly 90% of all breakthrough products released on the market between 1996 and 2008.[1][not in citation given]

History

Quintiles was founded in 1982 by Dennis Gillings, Ph.D., CBE, then a professor of biostatistics at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.[2]

Key Dates:

References

  1. ^ EvaluatePharma, Top 100 Drugs 2009, April 14, 2010
  2. ^ "Money, Math and Medicine". Forbes Magazine. November 22, 2010. http://www.forbes.com/forbes/2010/1122/private-companies-10-quintiles-dennis-gillings-money-medicine.html. Retrieved April 14, 2011. 
  3. ^ "High-Flying Quintiles to Buy Innovex in $747.5 Million Deal". New York Times. October 8, 1996. http://select.nytimes.com/gst/abstract.html?res=FB0C11FE3D5A0C7B8CDDA90994DE494D81. Retrieved April 14, 2011. 

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