Our team is your team.
Gain access to Big Pharma level talent without the cost or risk of a full-time team.
The biggest drivers of pharmaceutical innovation today are small pharma companies and startups with exciting ideas and potential but few resources to take them forward. Without the expertise, innovative thinking and superior management to drive concepts from laboratory proof of concept to clinical proof of concept, the wheels of innovation can spin in place. We cannot come up with your ideas, but we can help you realize them.
Founded in 2003, and headquartered in North Carolina’s Research Triangle, with additional outposts on the East and West Coasts, we are an established, private, virtual, drug development company with a proven track record of developing small and large molecules from benchtop to clinic to market.
We maintain a core staff of senior experts, program leaders, and project managers — all supplemented by a large network of associates with expertise spanning just about every niche in pharmaceutical development. Whether you have a small molecule, a protein, a nucleotide therapeutic, or a drug/device combination, we bring the right expertise to you.
A Tailored Approach
From short consultations to the execution of a full development program, we have the flexibility and scalability to manage all aspects of your project right through regulatory approval. No challenges in ramping up.
Meet Our Team
Rick Soltero, Ph.D.
Andria Barrett, MBA
Partner with us to minimize expenses and maximize results.
At PharmaDirections, gain access to top talent without the cost or risk of a full-time, in-house team. More than just a consultant or outside vendor, we are an extension of your team and are accountable for all aspects of a project, from discovery to regulatory approval.
Our core staff of senior experts, project leaders, and project managers are supplemented by a large network of associates with expertise spanning just about every niche in pharmaceutical development. Whether you have a small molecule, a protein, or a drug/device combination, we’ve got you covered.