PARIS, FRANCE – 06 August 2019 — Precision for Medicine, the first biomarker-driven clinical development organization supporting life sciences companies in the use of biomarkers essential to targeting patient treatments more precisely and effectively, today announced that it has received CIR accreditation for a three-year period from the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research.
The French R&D tax credit initiative (‘Crédit d’Impôt Recherche’, CIR) gives eligible research-based French companies, who are subject to corporate tax in France, the ability to claim tax relief on costs generated in R&D activities outsourced to Precision for Medicine.
Under this accreditation, the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research has also recognized Precision for Medicine’s UK and Spanish affiliates as reputable cross-border R&D experts.
Andrea Cotton-Berry, Precision for Medicine’s Global Head of Strategic Development, commented: “We are thrilled to receive this accreditation as it allows our current and future clients in France to benefit from a tax relief of up to 30% of their R&D expenditure committed to Precision for Medicine.”
About Precision for Medicine
Precision for Medicine supports life sciences companies in the use of biomarkers essential to targeting patient treatments more precisely and effectively. Precision applies novel biomarker approaches to clinical research that take advantage of the latest advancements in science and technology, focusing predominantly on genomics, immune-response assays, global specimen logistics, biomarker analytics, companion diagnostics, and clinical trial execution. Precision for Medicine is part of Precision Medicine Group, with nearly 2,000 employees in 34 locations in the US, Canada, and Europe. For more information, visit precisionformedicine.com.
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Louis Landon, Precision Medicine Group Media Relations