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Update on operations during COVID-19 period
Updated on March 30th, 2020

During recent weeks, we received many inquires regarding our operations during the coronavirus pandemic. Fortunately, both our primary sites are located in the Northern part of Europe and are fully operational. We have adopted additional safeguards to protect our personnel, including transitioning all non-research personal to telecommuting. 

As many universities across the United States and in some European and Asian countries are closed, we are aware of the difficulties this is placing on maintaining productivity on grant-funded projects. Therefore, we would like to remind our colleagues from academia that we are here for you to help! If you are interested in outsourcing your in vitro and in vivo studies, please get in touch with us and discuss an opportunity to advance your studies at Experimentica! We have special academic pricing in place to help you through this pandemic.

Experimentica Ltd. is a contract research organization (ophthalmic CRO) dedicated to developing and offering novel preclinical ocular models and services to clients in the pharmaceutical, biotech and academic sectors.

We offer the preclinical development pipeline with an industry leading portfolio of in vitro, ex vivo and in vivo models. Choose one of the categories below to learn more:

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