Access and Manage Preclinical Study Data with myPreclinical
January 20, 2012 - myPreclinical is the new, easy-to-use Charles River portal enabling secure, near real-time access to your preclinical study data. Using myPreclinical, you can review study data as well as monitor study schedules and milestones.
Instant alerts notify you when new documents and data have been uploaded to the portal, and the document search capability allows you to locate the right document exactly when you need it.
In addition, security functions are fully customizable and ensure that only those who require access can do so–even at the individual study level. Near real-time data access is currently available for studies conducted at our Edinburgh facility and will be rolled out to other preclinical facilities throughout 2012.
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