May we introduce ourselves…
CEO and founder
After studying Health Science I joined a number of CRO’s. I gained my professional experience fulfilling various posts in different areas of medical scientific research. In 1993 I founded Clinical Trial Services, which without the aid of investors has grown into a leading CRO with international expertise in clinical trials -unique in the Netherlands.
Together with my highly motivated and professional team, I work hard to distinguish our company from others through a combination of creativity and expertise. Our professionalism shows in the way in which we offer our services, communicate and work with you. Moreover, we have a well-trained team, brimful of expertise, solution-focused, with an international outlook.
Every client is unique to us; we always give it our best and share our knowledge. We are highly motivated to bring your projects to a successful conclusion. In our ICH-GCP courses too, we share our expertise and examples from our daily practice, resulting in the highest quality standards. This shows in the way we approach, set up and oversee our projects, our SOP’s and our ISO 9001:2008 certification for international project management. We aim for high standards, demanding quality from our staff as they run and monitor your projects.
Béate ten Bokum,
Manager Clinical Operations
Being a medical biologist I started my career as a CRA, and subsequently moved to CTS in 2002. I’ve been a Clinical Operations Manager for many years, initially as a CRA and later as a Project Manager. I oversee projects and monitoring processes, and teach the ICH-GCP and ISO 14155 courses. I motivate my team to reach their potential, and make sure the trials are run properly, i.e. according to SOP’S, legislation and regulations, and within the set budget and timelines. I always look for opportunities, in order to run your projects with optimal care and attention. This attitude has contributed to CTS becoming an important international CRO.
As a trainer of the ICH-GCP and ISO 14155 courses, I actively share my expertise with researchers, research assistants, and pharmaceutical and medical aids companies, so that they can play with the rules of clinical trials and know the framework within which they are operating. I love sharing my extensive experience with the course participants, who provide me with valuable feedback and compliments in return. We know hospitals’ and companies’ attitudes towards clinical trials, and share tips and advice with you for the best possible service. Our courses’ high evaluation scores are testament to our successful approach.