Cambridge Consultants is a large product development engineering and technology consultancy with significant interests, expertise and track record in drug delivery, including respiratory (MDIs, DPIs, nebulisers), parenteral (pens, autoinjectors, wearables), and connectivity.
Cambridge Design Partnership is an independent innovation partner that designs and engineers drug delivery systems, as well as diagnostics, surgical equipment, and other health-related products. It has completed >1,000 product development assignments for business around the world.
Canè SpA develops and manufactures ambulatory infusion pumps, specialist syringes and related consumables and accessories. Its Crono line of miniature pumps deliver drug volumes ranging from 10 mL to 100 mL, and may be worn without impacting patients’ normal daily routine.
Capsule Technologies is a healthcare information technology and services company that provided solutions for in-hospital and in-home medical device connectivity and data integration. Capsule Technologies was formerly Qualcomm Life, prior to acquisition by Francisco Partners in 2019.
Catalent's offering in the field of drug delivery is vast and spans oral, inhalable and injectable routes, and others. It is a development, delivery and supply partner with a large range of solutions for small molecules and biotherapeutics, including numerous proprietary drug delivery technologies.
Celanese's drug delivery offering spans both device and formulation applications. Its high-performance engineering thermoplastics have applications in injection pens, inhalers and syringes requiring robust and reliable materials. Its EVA polymers are used as controlled-release excipients.
Ceramisphere Health develops transdermal patches for the delivery of analgesics with an emphasis on controlled drugs for pain-relief. Its transdermal patches have application for the delivery of small and large therapeutic molecules for human and veterinary health.
Chiesi is a multinational pharma company, active in the development of pulmonary delivery technologies for application in its product pipeline. The Modulite formulation technology is for pMDI spray solutions. Chiesi has also introduced into the market a DPI, which is also able to deliver extra-fine particles.
Clariant Masterbatches, part of Clariant International Ltd, supplies colour and additive concentrates and performance solutions for plastics. There are numerous applications, which require specialist expertise and regulatory knowledge, in drug delivery devices such inhalers and injectors.
Coalesce Product Development develops medical and drug delivery devices for global markets. Coalesce’s experienced team encompasses mechanical engineering, electronics, analytical science, industrial design, human factors, project management, regulatory affairs, and quality assurance.
Chimera Consulting provides technical, regulatory affairs, quality assurance and compliance consulting services to companies that develop, manufacture and market drugs, biologics, medical devices, and in particular combination products such as drug delivery systems and medicated devices.
Founded by researchers at Rice University, Cognita Labs is developing connected respiratory diagnostics and monitoring technology. Its CapMedic™ device and cloud platform turn regular MDIs into smart inhalers that provide feedback on inhaler technique, real-time cues and delivered dose estimates.
Colorcon designs, and provides technical support for, advanced coating systems, modified release technologies and functional excipients to pharma and nutritional supplement companies for solid oral dosage forms. It is a multinational company with operations throughout the world.
Congruence Medical Solutions is a science-based, technical innovation company focused on the development and supply of ophthalmic drug delivery devices. It's main product is a device for the delivery of accurate, precise microlitre intra-ocular doses using standard prefillable syringes.
Consort Medical is a global CDMO, providing advanced delivery technologies, formulation and manufacturing solutions. It comprises two integrated operating divisions: Bespak Drug Delivery Devices, and Aesica Development & Manufacture API & Finished Dose.
Copley Scientific supplies a range of equipment, software and services for inhaled product testing for every stage of development and manufacture, of both innovator and generic products, topical and systemic. It is also a provider of test instrumentation for other dosage forms.
Core Human Factors is a human factors and usability engineering consultancy covering consumer, industrial, and healthcare-related products. It offers an extensive range of services for medical device development including: usability testing, regulatory guidance, contextual enquiry, and validation testing.
CoreRx is a CDMO providing services to the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries for the development, manufacturing and testing of solid, liquid and semi-solid dosage forms. The application of processes and technologies for improving drug delivery features strongly.
CounterAct is developing a nasal device for the delivery of naloxone in the treatment of opioid overdose. It has completed its pre-IND meeting with the US FDA, has a 505(B)(2) regulatory path as a drug-device combination, and has filed international non-provisional patents.
Credence MedSystems' is developing its Companion family of syringes, which includes proprietary needle-retraction technology in Staked-Needle and Luer formats, and its portfolio has expanded to include Dual Chamber configurations, metered-dose applications and other devices.
Cristal Therapeutics is a clinical-stage business with a pipeline of proprietary drug candidates based on its nanoparticle technology platform, CriPec®, for enhancing and enabling the targeted delivery of injectables in various therapeutic areas including oncology.
Crossject combines well known drugs with an innovative mode of injection, its prefilled and single-use needle-free injection system, ZENEO, which can be tailored to deliver drugs intradermally, subcutaneously and intramuscularly. The company's focus is on products (e.g. adrenaline) for use in emergencies.
CSL Behring develops therapies, often derived from human plasma, to treat rare and serious conditions. The company's interest in seeking the best drug delivery systems arises because many of its products need to be injected, and are for chronic conditions requiring treatment for life.
CURE Pharmaceutical is a drug delivery and development company. Its proprietary technology, CUREfilm™, is a thin film platform technology for oral delivery, either as buccal, sublingual or via dissolving on the tongue, and as a transdermal patch or gel. Its products include cannabinoids.