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About ChemPartner Corporation
We are ChemPartner, a life science service provider with over 16 years of experience serving innovative pharmaceutical research with a global reach. We have evolved from a chemistry service provider to a company offering full service drug discovery and development for both small and large molecules, supported by biology, pharmacology, DMPK, and exploratory toxicology.
With over 2000 exceptional scientists and hundreds of western-trained pharmaceutical executive leaders at the helm, we are aligned and dedicated to technically and strategically accomplishing the research initiatives of pharma and biotech companies worldwide. Our mission is to provide clients with the highest quality R&D services in a timely and cost-effective manner.
As a Contract Research Organization (CRO) ChemPartner has helped hundreds of clients take their small molecule and biologics projects from all stages of drug discovery to pre-clinical candidate selection and beyond. We provide assistance not only in laboratory settings but also intellectual input at various levels, such as project strategies, experimental study design, data interpretation, and source reports for regulatory filings.
As a Contract Development and Manufacturing Organization (CDMO), we offer pharmaceutical development and manufacturing services for small molecules and biologics. We provide one-stop services for overall process development and IND application support, with a quality system in compliance with ICH guidelines and the highest standards of the CFDA, FDA and EMA. We are currently expanding our Biologics GMP manufacturing capacity by constructing a new facility in Qidong suitable for commercial drug substance or products. This site will be ready for production at the end of 2019.
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