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“We have not once veered from our relationship with T3 Labs and have no intentions of doing so. I wish I could bring the T3 staff to Europe for research programs that must be done there. The T3 staff handle everything required with the utmost professionalism and consideration.” – Steve Rybka, CEO of Vesalio
“We cannot think of a better Preclinical CRO to work with and as we continue to add new products to the pipeline, we will certainly utilize T3 Labs for preclinical studies.” – Dr. Tom Barrows, President & Chief Science Officer of Cell Constructs
“At T3 Labs they have the perfect setup for what we needed. From the cath lab to fluoroscopy to large animal proficiency, not to mention years of expertise specific to cardiology. The entire staff is excited and interested in our technology.” – Dr. Rebecca Levit, Chief Scientific Officer of CorAmi Therapeutics
“Our experience with T3 Labs for the CardioMEMS device created new knowledge and refinements to the device that resulted in a product that was highly mature at the time we started our clinical trials in humans.” – Jason White, Senior Director of Product Development at St. Jude Medical
“We needed to conduct the study perfectly to prove to the FDA that our technology really was safe and effective; we learned that we needed to engage the right partners to do that.” – Tyler Wanke, Co-Founder and CEO of Innoblative
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“This was a make-or-break moment for us. Having credentialed professionals managing the study, board certified veterinarians on staff and a team who cared about the project as if it was their own, is a distinguishing feature for GCMI/T3 Labs.” – Tyler Wanke, Co-Founder and CEO, Innoblative
We cannot think of a better Preclinical CRO to work with and as we continue to add new products to the pipeline, we will certainly utilize T3 Labs for preclinical studies.
The T3 Labs team is fluent in our scientific language. Because of this, I’m able to do a much better job and I can entrust them to communicate with the physicians directly.
We have not once veered from our relationship with T3 Labs and have no intentions of doing so. I wish I could bring the T3 staff to Europe for research programs that must be done there. The T3 staff handle everything required with the utmost professionalism and consideration.
We are grateful to T3 Labs for providing access to the facilities and resources the team needed to be ready for our first ever preclinical session with a practicing anesthesiologist. There we acquired the customer feedback and functional performance data needed to keep us moving forward efficiently on the complex pathway from concept to commercialization.