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Sylvia Demandewicz

Senior Director, Business Development
Mobile: +33 (671) 114 934
sylvia.demandewicz@psi-cro.com

Focused & specialized global CRO

Clinical trial sponsors working in oncology, hematology, IBD, infectious diseases, multiple sclerosis, and many rare diseases around the world rely on PSI’s guidance and experience, knowing we’re specialized and committed to delivering some of the most complex clinical projects in the industry.

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Discover more about our recent customer success stories and therapeutic experience below
PSI OVERVIEW
Our mission is to be the best CRO in the world as measured by our employees, clients, investigators, and vendors.
CASE STUDY
Delivering trials is what we do. It’s our expertise – it’s what we’re dedicated to, and it’s what our teams are built for.
ONCOLOGY
Running oncology studies globally. We plan and execute seamless clinical trials with novel study designs.
HEMATOLOGY
PSI is one, if not the only, CRO that has been engaged extensively in gene therapy trials by half a dozen biotech sponsors.
IBD
As the need for clinical trials in Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis grows, CRO collaboration matters more than ever.
RADIOPHARMACEUTICAL
For radiopharmaceutical clinical trials, cooperation and coordination on a global scale is a must.
MS
Consistent delivery on dozens of MS trials, expert knowledge of running placebo-controlled MS trials around the world.
ID
Predictable enrollment and deep connections to sites and staff. PSI is an antibiotic powerhouse.
RARE DISEASE
The challenges of rare disease research, a global approach. Predictability in rare disease clinical trials.