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We are a group of scientists and veterans, with over 25 years of experience in the Contract Research Organizations (CRO) and Biopharma space, that came together to redefine business development. We have seen relationships prosper, deteriorate, programs discontinue, and you can say “we’ve seen the good, the bad, and the ugly." The time has come to change that. The BioPulse team has a wealth of expertise in science and regulatory affairs and most importantly we understand that finding a synergistic relationship with a partner CRO is challenging. BioPulse was established to save you time and effort when looking and finding the right CRO that can support your drug development programs. Your Friendly neighborhood BioPulsers will bring you unparalleled service and an entirely customized process that will ultimately save you time and effort.
Personalized service customized to your drug development needs. Time is of the essence, and therefore BioPulse will help you by effectivly connecting you with one of our prequalified CROs within our vast network.
With our years of experience, BioPulsers can assist you with your regulatory needs utilizing the latest industry guidance.
We guarantee competitive and comprehensive proposals from our prequalified network of CROs.
Everyone deserves honest feedback. BioPulse will ensure that mutual feedback will be provided after project completion.
Kyle Abuarjah has over 20 years of experience in the CRO industry in the Large Molecule arena. Kyle started BioPulse Consulting to provide a cost efficient outsourcing model for both CROs and Biopharmaceutical companies. Prior to BioPulse, Kyle provided Business Development leadership for Primera Analytical Solutions, Alliance Pharma, Charles River Laboratories, and SGS Life Sciences. In addition, Kyle provided leadership in building the Large Molecule Bioanalytical lab operation at CMIC (formerly JCL Bioassay USA). Kyle began his career as a Medical Laboratory Technologist in diagnostics. Then, joined the CRO industry and worked in different roles in Immunoassay bioanalysis including Project Management, Business Development, and as a Principal Investigator. Kyle received his BSc in Clinical Laboratory Sciences from the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston and received his Masters of Business Administration (MBA) from Athabasca University. Kyle is certified by the American Society of Clinical Pathology (ASCP) and a member of the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS). In his free time, when there is a free time, Kyle spends his time with Prada (Ms. Parudi) the kitty office manager
Dr. Philip Oldfield started his scientific career in 1974 in the Clinical Biochemistry Department at the Royal Postgraduate Medical School, Hammersmith Hospital London, England. Since then he has obtained three degrees; including a D.Phil obtained in 1982. The subject of his research thesis was “Proteolytic Control and Rheumatoid Disease”. In 1986 he was given the Baker Award for his work on Digoxin-Like-Immunoreactive-Substances. Dr Oldfield has had over 25 years experience in service to the pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical industry specializing in LBA techniques and Good Laboratory Practice. Dr Oldfield is an Associate Member of the Royal College of Pathologists, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, and a Member of the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (currently the Past Chair of the Ligand Binding Assay Bioanalytical Focus Group). In conjunction with BioPulse, Dr Oldfield operates Philip Oldfield Bioanalytical Consulting where he provides strategic bioanalytical consulting with a commitment to quality focusing on biological and oligonucleotide therapeutics. Prior to that, Dr Oldfield was Scientific Director at Charles River Laboratories where he managed the scientific and technical operation for the Immunoassay group. In addition, he likes to maintain a link with the local universities, and has been involved in supervising postgraduate students, as well the occasional lecture. He is currently involved as a committee member to organize symposia and workshops as part of the Drug Development Program Course at the University of McGill.
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