Australian ICTR

The Melbourne-based Australian ICTR was opened in 1999 and was the first Servier International Centre for Therapeutic Research to be opened outside Europe.  Together, the centre manages Phase I, II and III clinical trials in collaboration with investigators based in research hospitals, general practices and Phase I units across Australia. The Centre is also responsible for implementing non-clinical research collaborations and strategic alliances with leading academic facilities and biotechnology companies.

Research conducted in Australia contributes to the development of new products. The key to our success is fruitful collaboration with Australian academic research. This collaboration includes large-scale morbidity-mortality studies (PROGRESS, ADVANCE, BEAUTIFUL, SHIFT, SIGNIFY), non-clinical commitments and simply exchange of ideas.