Headquartered in Kalamazoo, Michigan, Global Clinical Connections has an international presence in over 45 different countries. We provide the most cost effective services to small, medium, and large biotech and pharmaceutical companies who are developing drugs or biologics in Phase I-IV, who are utilizing a virtual or mixed-virtual model of business, and who need to supplement their internal clinical supplies resources. Global Clinical Connections skillfully manages the external resources for a company in order to help them meet their development milestones, no matter what.
Our highly qualified staff has over a century of industry experience in manufacturing, packaging, labeling, IVRS, and global distribution of clinical supplies. We are skilled in navigating the complex regulatory environment, are informed regarding current trends in the pharma industry, and are focused on delivering innovative, cost-effective clinical solutions. We excel in building collaborative relationships between our clients and their manufacturing and packaging vendors.
Global Clinical Connections' mission is to provide world-class compliant solutions to help clients maximize their return on R&D investments.
Global Clinical Connections strives to be a global leader in our industry, with consistent quality and execution, exceptional customer-aligned services, and constant innovation.
We take ownership of our projects and provide our clients with the services that they paid for. We are always honest and adhere to professional and regulatory standards. We respect our clients to build a strong foundation for our collaboration. We are able to easily communicate to ensure the efficacy of our services. Taking responsibility for advocating on behalf of our clients will result in timeline optimization.
Meet Our CEO/President
Loretta Cipkus Dubray, the founder and CEO of Global Clinical Connections, has over 30 years of R&D pharmaceutical experience beginning in research as a Biochemist at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and The Upjohn Company/Pharmacia. From there, she worked at Pharmacia/Pfizer in Pharmaceutical Development as a Clinical Supplies Coordinator, managed the Global Clinical Supplies Materials Management Group, and led Global Outsourcing at Pfizer. After Pfizer, she served as Program Director for the Lilly and Imclone Grant Offices and was later awarded the Global Vendor of the Year in 2006.