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Consorzio per Valutazioni Biologiche e Farmacologiche (CVBF) is a not-for-profit organisation, founded in 2000 with the mission to perform research and provide scientific, economic and regulatory consultancy for innovation in the health sector at European level. The main fields of interest are life sciences and biotechnologies, drug development for small populations (pediatric and rare diseases), research management and methodology, monitoring, statistics, regulatory, ethics and pharmacovigilance.

Activities

Development and management of clinical trials (with a particular interest forsmall populations) as well as specific services related to drug management, monitoring and data management.

  • Regulatory and Pharmacovigilance
  • Trial Management and Monitoring
  • Data Management
  • IP Management

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Development and implementation of research models (with a particular interest for the paediatric field) integrating different technology-driven scientific aspects. Find out more.

Educational activities addressed to public bodies, research institutes and private companies as well as individual professional. Find out more.

Design and management of registries and drug databases. Find out more.

Research networks aimed to facilitate transfer of know-how and to promote national and international research as well as scientific excellence. Find out more.

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On-going Projects

Latest News

2005, 2020

International Clinical Trials Day 2020

International Clinical Trials Day is held on 20 May each year since 2005 to commemorate the day that James Lind began his famous trial for the scurvy. The objective is to make this moment a focal [...]

804, 2020

EUROPE: COVID-19 – Overview of European Regulatory Authority Guidance by country

Covid-19 pandemic is representing an unprecedented challenge for the governments and their healthcare and economical systems, who are working hardly to develop the proper legislative tools to face the emergency. This results in a heterogeneity of [...]