Clario and XingImaging Expand Partnership

To deliver PET imaging clinical trials in China

Clario, a technology company that delivers the leading endpoint technology solutions for clinical trials, and XingImaging, a radiopharmaceutical production and positron emission tomography (PET) acquisition company, have expanded their partnership to deliver PET imaging clinical trials for testing novel therapeutics in China.

Clario, formerly ERT and Bioclinica, and XingImaging joined forces in 2018 to support multi-center clinical trials requiring PET for eligibility and drug efficacy evaluation. PET imaging has supported novel studies for Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and other neurodegenerative diseases. A dedicated team of neuroscientists and project managers have led multiple trials in China to date.

The new expanded offering leverages the joint resources and neuroscience experts of Clario and XingImaging to expedite the startup of clinical trials and drug discovery in China, including amyloid, tau, and other targets.

“Broadening our scope of clinical trials to further support drug development in neuroscience presents a unique opportunity for both patients and clinical researchers,” says Joyce Suhy, PhD, SVP Medical Imaging at Clario. “Our continued partnership with XingImaging is advancing therapeutics in APAC.”

“XingImaging is proud to be working with Clario in providing PET imaging multi-center clinical trials,” says Gilles Tamagnan, CEO XingImaging, LLC. “Our partnership enables patients in China to participate in clinical trials testing novel neurodegenerative disease therapeutics.”

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