COMMITTED TO THE ADVANCEMENT OF CLINICAL TRIALS
Since 1997, we’ve been providing innovative solutions to meet the complex clinical supply challenges pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies face. Our team manages the clinical supply chain for hundreds of satisfied clients worldwide, providing services that keep clinical trials on time and on budget.
CSM offers a full suite of cGMP-compliant services, continually delivering quality supplies to clinical sites and patients around the world. From Phase I all the way to large Phase III projects, we have the flexibility to meet the needs of all projects regardless of size and scope. Our customer-centric approach, revolutionary processes and state-of-the-art clinical services increase efficiencies, reduce costs and improve outcomes for clinical trials of any size or scope.
Some of our main clinical services include packaging and labeling, storage and global distribution, controlled drug services, clinical supplies consulting, returns, reconciliation and destruction. In 2001, we introduced the On-Demand platform, a new way of packaging and labeling clinical trial materials (CTM) for a specific subject or block subjects, upon request.
ABout Csm's founder gerald e. finken
Gerald Finken, R.Ph., M.S.,
Founder of CSM
Gerald Finken, R.Ph., M.S., is a licensed pharmacist and has over 35 years of clinical supplies experience in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries. He has worked as a pharmacist, an independent clinical supplies consultant and has held management positions with Bristol-Myers Squibb Company and PRACS Institute, Ltd. In 1997, he founded CSM, where he invented On-Demand packaging and labeling, and pioneered Direct-to-Patient services. He currently serves as a member of the Board of Directors for CSM. In 2013, he founded Center Point Clinical Services and subsequently created the innovative Site-less CRO model. He currently serves as CEO and Chief Pharmacist Officer for Center Point.
Mr. Finken focuses on innovation, business strategies, and growth opportunities—including the further development of the role of the pharmacist in clinical research.
Mr. Finken received his Bachelor of Science degree from Rutgers College of Pharmacy, in New Brunswick, NJ; and his Master of Science degree from Kean College, in Union, NJ, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude.