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CCS Associates, Inc (CCSA) is a woman-owned, small business providing leading-edge scientific advisory services in pharmaceutical and device discovery and development to government agencies as well as the pharmaceutical and biotech industries. [1]

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CCS Associates
Type Private
Industry Pharmaceuticals
Founded 1985
Number of employees 11-50


CCSA start in scientific research consulting firm specializing in technical and support services for clinical research, design strategies for preclinical studies, chemical information sciences, and research and development support for translational science by Dr Caroline C. Sigman in 1985. CCSA has been instrumental in bioinformatics, developing master databases of chemical information, and working with government and private industry clients to harness nonclinical and clinical data in support of pharmaceutical development. [2]


  • Strategic Planning: create clinical development plans (CDPs) and apply our regulatory expertise, scientific insight, and bioinformatics experience to chaperone your product through the entire approvals process
  • Regulatory Affairs (eCTD)
  • Early Development
  • Clinical Trials
  • Bioinformatics
  • Pharmacovigilance
  • Scientific and Medical Writing
  • Library Services


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