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Clinical trials in ANZ, Ixodes holocyclus, and more

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Thursday, October 6, 2016

An update from Eurofins SCEC, our experts in Veterinary Health...

If you need to find these guys, on the guys below, in a clinical setting, then please contact us as soon as possible! We have limited availability left for the 2016-2017 season.

Offering full coverage of ANZ, Eurofins SCEC are the leading CRO in clinical trial execution in Australia and New Zealand with an unmatched record over the past 5 years;

  • 30 clinical field studies since 2010
  • 18 flea efficacy clinical field studies since 2010
  • Over 1800 animals enrolled in all clinical studies
  • Over 1000 animals enrolled in flea field studies
  • Over 150 clinic trainings performed in over 70 separate veterinary clinics
Clinical studies

And that’s not all we are busy with right now!

Ixodes holocyclus, commonly known as the Australian paralysis tick, is the pivotal species for registration in Australia. If you need to get up close and personal with this important parasite in cats or dogs, please call us.

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Introducing... Associate Professor Paul Cusack

BSc.BVSc.MVSt.MACVSc.M.Agribus.PhD

Veterinarian, ruminant nutritionist and beef producer with Science and Veterinary Science degrees from Sydney University, Masters and PhD from Queensland University, and a member of the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists in Ruminant Nutrition - we are pleased to be working with Paul on a variety of large animal studies.

Please don't hesitate to contact Sally Colgan with any enquiries.

Paul Cusack

Eurofins SCEC also specialise in equine research - We maintain our own herd, dedicated to Eurofins SCEC research projects and so they're available year round.

We are the only Australian CRO with specialist veterinary equine capabilities. As many study procedures are vet-only, and as many studies require veterinary interpretation of clinical findings and data, we are in an excellent position to perform your equine studies.

Equine studies

Any questions? Please don't hesitate to contact Sally Colgan, Director, at: sally@scec.net.au