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FARMOVS is a South African specialty full service clinical research organization that conducts ICH-GCP compliant Phase I to IV clinical trials. The FARMOVS’ competitive advantage is its wealth of Bioequivalence and Phase I experience and expertise, patient recruitment success and a clinical research facility with the only on-site ISO and GLP certified bioanalytical laboratory on the African continent.
Since 1974, FARMOVS has successfully managed and conducted more than 3,000 clinical trials for clients across the globe ranging from small biotechs to the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world.
A Leading Biopharmaceutical Services Organisation
From bioequivalence studies in healthy volunteers to complex patient population across various therapeutic areas, FARMOVS covers the full spectrum of clinical development phases (phase I to IV).
Validated Bioanalytical Services
FARMOVS boasts the only GLP compliant bioanalytical laboratory on the African continent and offers a wide range of bioanalytical services. The 550 validated assay methods have been used in more than 3,000 pre-clinical and clinical trials.
This 10,000 sqm world class research centre boasts well-appointed participant consultation and admission facilities, pharmacies and cutting edge laboratory facilities, all equipped with state-of-the art medical equipment.
Access to validated
FARMOVS offers the highest quality bioanalytical services for qualitative and quantitative drug, metabolite, and biomarker analysis in a variety of matrices. With our advanced technology and backed by 30 years of bioanalytical experience, we have developed an extensive database with more than 550 internally developed and validated analytical methods that adhere to ICH and FDA guidelines. Our methods have been used in more than 3,000 pre-clinical and clinical trials. New analytical methods are developed continuously for our clients. The laboratory routinely performs safety testing for clinical chemistry and hematology analysis.