“Based on quality, trust and flexibility we work as a natural extension of your own team.”
We have the necessary knowledge and experience to support your planned clinical studies no matter how simple or complex the study design or therapeutic focus will be. With a national and international reputation for service excellence, delivering high quality, on time and within agreed budgets, we can be trusted to meet all your commercial and clinical development needs.
Simply put, we keep our promises.
If you have a study or program in the planning, need specialist consultancy/support or you might simply feel that your current supplier is falling short of your expectations, now could be good time to talk with us. No hard sell just strong scientific understanding and support.
“Many thanks for delivering this project to time; it has been an intense journey, made pleasant by SQN’s professional and knowledgeable staff. Please send my sincere thanks and gratitude to the team. All of the staff at SQN have done a great job in guiding us smoothly to a successful outcome [ISE/ISS submission] and have delivered as promised.”
“I have been very impressed with the way you guys have managed this study and grateful to have had you on the team. Well done to you all and thank you for all your hard work.”
“I’ve never seen our research nurses so enthusiastic about an EDC System”
“This was my first audit of this type. It is quite rare for me to give spontaneous feedback, but it is deserved. It was very easy and even pleasant. Your auditor was very professional, motivated and gave us a wonderful impression – so helpful and kind that we did not want to switch off our skype session.”
SQN’s Directors, Tony Rees and Karen Grover meeting the Queen on receiving the first Queen’s Award in 2009SQN are celebrating being named as winners of a Queen’s Award for Innovation – the UK’s highest accolade for...
We have enjoyed a great response to our exhibiting at the BioWales at Cardiff Millennium Centre, BIO Europe Spring at CCIB Barcelona and DIA Euromeeting Glasgow conferences so far in 2017. (The copious amounts of...