A Contract Research Organization

ADME BIOANALYSES is a Contract Research Organization that was founded by Dr. Patrick DUCHENE in 1987.

After a relevant R&D experience in the pharmaceutical industry, Patrick DUCHENE, Ph.D., established the company in Sophia Antipolis (near Nice) and then in 1999 moved the company to new facilities in Vergèze, between Montpellier and Nîmes.

The company provides high quality services to the pharmaceutical industry in the fields of pharmacokinetics and metabolism.

Through regular equipment investments and continuous staff training, ADME BIOANALYSES ensures optimization of registration timelines. In 2005, the company joined the Eurofins Scientific Group to expand its technological and geographical scope. This new organization allowed the company to strengthen its position in the market and to accelerate the development providing an even higher quality technical service.

Eurofins ADME BIOANALYSES quality policy

Our Objectives

To contribute to the Health and Safety of all, by providing our customers with high quality services, offering our employees motivating careers and increasing the investment value of our shareholders.

Our Values, Our commitments

Customers
  • Ensuring the satisfaction of our customers
  • Answering our customers’ needs and improving the services we provide.
  • Implementing innovate solutions to meet and exceed customer objectives.
Quality
  • Achieving a high level of quality in all services in order to provide accurate and timely results.
  • Using the most appropriate methods and technology available.
  • Consistently monitoring and improving our processes.
Competence and Team Spirit
  • Employing highly qualified and competent staff.
  • Investing in training and creating attractive career opportunities.
  • Recognising and rewarding outstanding performance.
Integrity
  • Maintaining an ethical approach in all activities with no compromise of integrity.
  • Respect customers and employees.
  • Working in accordance with a policy of environmental responsibility.