Laboratories

ICON provides a full range of laboratory services that are dedicated exclusively to clinical development.

Our laboratories are located in key global regions, including the US, Singapore, India, China and Ireland. All ICON laboratories use state of the art instrumentation and equipment and are either GCP or GLP as well as CAP accredited.

Lab Services commences operations at new Beijing location

Lab Services commences operations at new Beijing location

The move to Beijing represents the successful conclusion of a complex relocation project, which included operation from a temporary facility in Shanghai while the former lab location in Tianjin was decommissioned. During all this time, service to clients was maintained without interruption. While ICON Labs has had a presence in China since 2007, this is the first time that the lab will be co-located with other ICON services in Beijing.

The new 950 sqm facility will support global drug development and will also house ICON clinical research and other staff. Current testing services include hematology, chemistry, urinalysis, coagulation, immunology, HbA1c and DNA extraction. A range of specialty lab testing capabilities such as histopathology, PCR, slide imaging and ELISA will be installed by the end of 2020. BioA lab capacity is also planned for the future.

Sample Inventory Management System (SIMS) now available in ICOLabs

Sample Inventory Management System (SIMS) now available in ICOLabs

ICON Central Laboratories' proprietary SIMS reporting solution is now available in our ICOLabs platform. This novel and unique solution transforms the current clinical trial sample tracking process.

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We offer you an improved experience with our fully integrated project, communication, and risk management processes.

Delivering efficiency in study design

Delivering efficiency in study design

Effective set up, management, and closure

Effective set up, management, and closure

Cost containment and budget management

Cost containment and budget management

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