A History of Success. We are a Contract Research Organization (CRO)
implementing Risk-Based Management through the use of
Quality by Design (QbD) methodologies, which helps
accelerate a study and reduces overall risk.
Phase I Phase II-III Phase IV Medical Devices & DIagnostics Audits
A History of Success. Start from the ground-up...
evaluate the situation from high above... from a vantage point,
then ground yourself and plan, implement, verify and execute.
Phase I Phase II-III Phase IV Medical Devices & DIagnostics Audits
  • COMPANY

    Vantage BioTrials Inc. is a privately-held, Contract Research Organization (CRO) that provides Phase I-IV clinical trial management services to international pharmaceutical, biotechnology, generic pharmaceutical and medical device companies.

  • LEADERSHIP

    Vantage BioTrials has become a leader in providing clinical trial management services by implementing Quality by Design (QbD) strategies, Risk-Based Approaches to Monitoring and process improvement methods to the entire clinical trial lifespan.

  • AWARDS

    Vantage BioTrials’ level of quality service has been a distinguishing factor over the years as we are continually challenging ourselves to achieve goals beyond our ability.  As proof, we’ve had the honor of being the recipient of several notable awards and accomplished numerous milestones.

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CRO SELECTION: How to Find & Select the Right Partner for your Clinical Trial
  Publication date: January 2021 / Download PDF Author: Marc Assaad Introduction As innovation, research and science are exponentially growing in all directions within the healthcare industry, it is only normal that the outsourcing of Clinical Research Organizations (CROs) is also rapidly growing, resulting in a spike in the numbers of such organizations available to… Read more
Study Rescue | How to get your Clinical Trial Back on Track
Publication date: August 2018 / Download PDF Author: Han Hsieh / Herby Delone Introduction It will probably come as no surprise for anyone to learn that most clinical trials do not proceed as planned since more than 90% of them fail to meet their original timeline.1 The reason a study falls behind schedule or even fails… Read more