CPC Clinical Research
|Headquarters||13199 E Montview Blvd Suite 200 Aurora, CO 80045|
|Key people|| William R. Hiatt, MD
Mark R. Nehler, MD Director of SMA
Connie N. Hess, MD, MHS Clinician-Scientist
Cecilia C. Low Wang, MD Medical Safety Officer
|Number of employees||51-200 employees|
1CPC is an academically led clinical research organization who has responded to the demands of a fast-paced clinical research industry and competitive market for over 25 years.
CPC offers full service clinical trial design, oversight, and management with rapid access to Key Opinion Leaders in a variety of therapeutic areas. These individuals are on the cutting edge of scientific, clinical and regulatory developments. Many of CPC’s leadership team have chaired and/or served on FDA advisory committees including the Cardiovascular and Renal, Endocrine and Metabolism, and Reproductive Health committees.
CPC is known for its collaborative approach with sponsors, sites, and vendors providing superior communication and seamless clinical trial management.
2Founded in 1989 by the University of Colorado, CPC has two divisions. CPC Clinical Research is an academically led, non-profit, clinical research organization offering Phase 1 - 4 clinical research leadership and management services to sponsors around the world. CPC Clinical Research specializes in innovative research including a proprietary program, the Endpoint Quality Intervention Program (EQuIP), that helps reduce variability in the collection of endpoint data, allowing more definitive answers to the study objectives.
CPC Community Health creates innovative and educational programs to implement established cardiovascular prevention national guidelines and best evidence in Colorado communities resulting in improved cardiovascular health.
CPC is affiliated with the University Of Colorado School Of Medicine, Denver Health and the National Jewish Health. CPC is also the clinical trials arm of the University of Colorado Charles C Gates Center for Regenerative Medicine & Stem Cell Biology whose goal is to understand the biology of stem cells in order to develop new therapies for debilitating diseases such as heart diseases and vascular diseases.
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