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Key Cardiovascular Mergers and Acquisitions

With over 25 years of experience in Cardiac Safety monitoring services, Bioclinica is a recognized global leader in providing comprehensive services with unrivalled scientific and technical leadership.  Over the last decade, Bioclinica has grown organically and through strategic acquisitions to enhance and strengthen its cardiac safety expertise, resources and offerings for clinical trial sponsors.

In 2004, Bioclinica (formerly Bio-Imaging Technologies) acquired Heartcore BV, a global provider of centralized cardiovascular imaging analysis specializing in various quantitative image analysis services. In 2013, Bioclinica merged with Core Lab Partners, adding renowned scientific expertise from Medifacts to its cardiovascular team, bolstering its centralized cardiovascular services portfolio and expanding its presence in Asia.  Most recently, in 2014, Bioclinica merged with SYNARC, supplementing an already strong cardiac safety program with additional scientific expertise and operations in the area of Echocardiography and cardiovascular imaging.

Bioclinica continues to strengthen its cardiovascular offerings, providing sponsors with world-class expertise, operations and technology to design, manage, and analyze cardiac safety data in support of new treatments.

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