NAMSA ACQUIRES LEADING CLINICAL RESEARCH ORGANIZATION CLINLOGIX TO ENHANCE THERAPEUTIC EXPERTISE AND GLOBAL FOOTPRINT
TOLEDO, Ohio and PHILADELPHIA, Pa. – BUSINESSWIRE—AUGUST 02, 2021—NAMSA, the world’s only 100% medical device-focused Contract Research Organization (CRO) providing full continuum development solutions, announced today its acquisition of Clinlogix, a leading, Philadelphia-based global clinical research organization. Third in an advancing series, this acquisition follows NAMSA’s purchase announcements of Syntactx and American Preclinical Services (APS) in early 2021.
Clinlogix, founded in 1999, is well-recognized for providing comprehensive clinical research services for novel and emerging technologies to the medical device industry. Supporting more than 500 trials across 3,500 sites worldwide, Clinlogix provides an unparalleled breadth and depth of global expertise in the areas of Cardiovascular, Neurology, Nephrology, Urology, Oncology and Venous/Wound Care clinical research.
“Today is an exciting day as the Clinlogix Team joins NAMSA. We are thrilled to partner with an organization that is equally committed to client success, evidenced through Clinlogix’s consistent delivery of reliable clinical outcomes to global device Sponsors,” commented NAMSA President and CEO, Dr. Christophe Berthoux. “NAMSA’s 54-year history of providing successful development results, coupled with the clinical expertise and global reach of Clinlogix, now offers medtech innovators a clear choice when seeking safe, accelerated clinical development and commercialization of life-changing medical products,” Dr. Berthoux concluded.
As the pioneer of the medical device testing industry, NAMSA provides testing services to Sponsors in addition to quality, reimbursement, clinical research and regulatory solutions. The CRO’s end-to-end development services are proven to help Sponsors successfully address varying global regulatory requirements, including recently expanded criteria for medical device and In Vitro Diagnostic research and conduct.
“Clinlogix is extremely pleased to join NAMSA, an organization that shares the same patient-centric, client-focused philosophy as we do. For over 20 years, our focus has been on providing a global ‘innovation pathway’ for Clients developing novel and emerging technologies,” stated Clinlogix CEO, JeanMarie Markham. “Now together, with NAMSA, we are expanding and leveraging our respective services to truly provide end-to end development solutions to our Clients,” Markham concluded.
The acquisition of Clinlogix adds to NAMSA’s rapidly growing global footprint, now serving Sponsors throughout 17 locations in Asia-Pacific, Europe, Latin America and North America.
The price and terms of the transaction are undisclosed.
Helping medical device Sponsors improve healthcare since 1967, NAMSA is the world’s only 100% medical device-focused, full continuum Contract Research Organization (CRO). Driven by its global expertise and in-depth therapeutic knowledge, NAMSA is dedicated to accelerating medical device product development, offering only the most proven solutions to move Clients’ products through the development lifecycle efficiently and cost-effectively. From medical device testing; regulatory, reimbursement and quality consulting; and clinical research services, NAMSA is the industry’s premier, trusted partner for successful development and commercialization outcomes. Web: namsa.com
Clinlogix is a global Clinical Research Organization (CRO) working to improve human quality of life by supporting and accelerating novel and emerging technologies in the life science industry. Its full suite of clinical research services supports the regulatory and clinical development pathway of medical devices, biotechnologies and pharmaceuticals from bench to bedside. The company delivers this global expertise by way of its regional office locations in the U.S., Germany, Colombia and Japan. Web: clinlogix.com
Leah Davidson, MA, MBA, PCM
Leah has been with NAMSA since 2016 and currently serves as Senior Manager of Global Marketing Communications. She possesses nearly 25 years' experience within the medical device and healthcare technology industries and has worked in various marketing and communications capacities throughout her career. In her role at NAMSA, she is responsible for the development and implementation of brand strategies and marketing communications initiatives that help drive the organization's sales and organizational growth goals globally.