YourEncore announces partnership extension with Roche to provide expert solutions

YourEncore, a leading provider of expert solutions to the life sciences, consumer health and nutrition industries, today announced a partnership extension with Roche to provide expert solutions and services to support enhancing productivity and strengthening regulatory compliance.

"Roche is one of the world's most respected names in pharmaceuticals, and we are honored to partner with them to bring innovative, new therapies to patients and the healthcare market faster," said YourEncore CEO, Brad Lawson.

Since 2010, YourEncore has partnered with Roche on more than 30 initiatives in the U.S., Europe and Asia. Recently, the company led sessions with internal and external experts that helped Roche identify innovative ways to conduct clinical trials as well as to extend its global strategy in Asia.

YourEncore's global team of veteran researchers, clinicians, manufacturing and regulatory specialists have an average of 25+ years of experience spanning product discovery, development, regulatory and commercialization, and help companies:

  • Speed innovative new products to market
  • Improve quality, safety and regulatory compliance
  • Enhance productivity

YourEncore serves 12 of the 15 largest life sciences companies and provides both best-in-class strategic advice and the resources to implement its recommendations.

"YourEncore brings a unique combination of external perspectives and consulting solutions that have helped us overcome diverse challenges," said Olaf Grassmann, Senior Principal Scientist at Roche and principal coordinator of the collaboration. "Working with YourEncore is an important element of our strategy to access external innovation and scientific as well as managerial expertise," added Michael Hennig, head of Global Discovery Technologies at Roche.



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