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About us
Vet Applied Sciences (VAS) is the first site management organization (SMO) dedicated to the advancement of veterinary medicine.  We were founded in 2009, out of a growing need to bring veterinary clinical trials from the University to the community. We believe by cultivating the development of professional veterinarian sites we could provide the pharmaceutical industry an opportunity to streamline the drug development process and bring new treatment options to veterinary medicine. With this model in mind we went about the task of organizing a nationwide network of general and specialized veterinarians committed to providing their patients the latest advances in veterinary medicine.
To facilitate veterinary clinical trials that lead to new treatments which enhances the lives of animals.

What We Do
We present qualified, pre-screened, Principal Investigators for participation in veterinary clinical trials. We have developed effective and stable relationships with many highly experienced, qualified and enthusiastic Clinical Investigators and Clinical Research Coordinators throughout the United States. All of the Investigators within the VAS network have been evaluated to ensure they not only are qualified to conduct clinical trials, but have the patient population and administrative capabilities

to properly conduct it. They must meet specific minimal standards before being included in the network. This eliminates a significant amount of time and expense when attempting to qualify, enroll, and initiate a site.
We ensure timely and accurate regulatory board submission and data collection
All sites have dedicated, full time, and experienced clinical research coordinators to ensure the prioritized and accurate submission of regulatory documents, appropriate site orientation/initiation, patient recruitment, screening and enrollment as well as the collection of clean and accurate data. Our own internal management and quality assurance practices further assures that tasks are completed quickly and accurately and any problems that jeopardize the success of the study are quickly identified and resolved.
To make a difference in the world through our passionate pursuit of advancing veterinary medicine.
We provide access to a large patient study population
Prior to us presenting an Investigator for study participation, we assess the patient population from which study subjects will be drawn to assure the increased likelihood of enrollment goals being met. Although we believe that carefully orchestrated advertising can assist in meeting enrollment goals, we firmly believe that the site must have the patient population or internal referral base from which to enroll patients.
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