Mobius Medical prides itself on quickly learning new therapeutic areas and modes of therapies.
We have experience in most therapeutic areas and across a variety of device, medicine and diagnostic investigational products.
Working in FIH to pivotal, Phase I - IV, we have expertise you can count on.
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Mobius Medical has a strong ethos that our clients should only pay for work done. All contracts are negotiated on a time-cost basis until our clients are satisfied with the line items required to accomplish the project deliverable, and associated costs. No hidden costs, no surprises and no fixed fees.
A distinct advantage to conducting clinical research in Australia (and New Zealand) is the expeditious CTN (clinical trial notification) scheme. Australia’s TGA requires only a notification of clinical trials, deferring responsibility to the HREC (IRB) resulting in faster study start-up.
Mobius can assist with all required legal requirements. We act as the local sponsor (for overseas entities), draft clinical trial agreements, indemnity agreements, financial disclosures and source competitive clinical trial insurance policies.
With vast experience of the regulatory environment and ethics committee requirements in the ANZ region, and partnering the very best research centres and key investigators in the region, Mobius can ensure your trials start quickly.
When Mobius receives a request for proposal from a previous or present client, we believe we have achieved success. On our sixth project for one client, and with many more coming back to us for their next phase trials, we are extremely proud to know we are doing a great job!
Mobius has formed alliances with leading experts in their field to ensure all aspects of development are covered. We have relationships with one of Australia’s leading biostatisticians, direct partnerships with medical device regulatory and health economics experts, and physicians to advise, review and execute clinical evidence reports.