OracleBio Launches GCP Image Analysis Services


GLASGOW, Scotland – (BUSINESS WIRE) – OracleBio today announced the launch of the company’s GCP image analysis services. This latest service offering strengthens the company’s position as a world leader in quantitative digital pathology, thus expanding the company’s position in the clinical market.

OracleBio’s new service offering generates quantitative image analysis data using a workflow conducted in accordance with GCP principles. Customers will be able to include this data in a dataset to be submitted to regulatory authorities.

The company’s GCP services combine image analysis and pathology expertise from OracleBio in a regulated work environment to deliver quality-assured data. The company has a dedicated GCP team to support regulated activities, including highly experienced scientific and quality assurance staff.

The company’s GCP implementation was led by Alison Bigley, Director of Clinical Operations, who has decades of experience working with GxP standards and previously implemented GxP image analysis systems. Alison commented:

“ We are delighted to be able to provide this unique, dedicated service, compliant with GCP ethical, scientific and practical standards, which now underpins the provision of accurate and credible quantitative image analysis data to support research studies. ‘regulatory clinical trials of our clients’.

OracleBio GCP services are now available. Start study planning discussions by emailing [email protected]

About OracleBio:

OracleBio is a global leader in quantitative digital pathology, providing image analysis services to pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry customers around the world. Leveraging multiple software platforms, the company provides robust data packages within a quality management framework to support clinical trials and translational research.


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