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Harlan Labs Expands Presence in Australia and Southeast Asia

April 23, 2014

Appoints Invenium Pharmacology as exclusive agent

Harlan Laboratories, Ltd. has appointed Invenium Pharmacology as its exclusive agent for Harlan’s Contract Research Services (CRS) to strengthen its local presence in Australia, Southeast Asia and New Zealand in the pharmaceutical and chemical industries. Anthony Bishop will serve as the primary contact in the region.
 
Mr. Bishop has more than 15 years of experience with pharmaceutical companies and CROs, and has extensive experience in business development, global project management and sales. He will provide leadership and management to connect drug development companies with the services they need to advance their programs.
 
“There are great growth opportunities for Harlan CRS in this region,” said Ciriaco Maraschiello, director of strategic initiatives and director of drug discovery and translational medicine at Harlan CRS. “Working with Anthony Bishop and Invenium Pharmacology, we can provide the expertise that companies and organizations in this region need—at a local level.”

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