What We Do

0
STATES

ACI has employees and contractors living in eight states: CA, MA, MD, NJ, OH, TX, VA, and WI.

0
(MOSTLY) FURRY PETS

ACI staff has a total of 17 pets between them: eight dogs, eight cats, and one fish.

0
PRESIDENTS

ACI has existed under four U.S. Presidents: Clinton, Bush, Obama, and Trump.

0 %
WOMAN OWNED

ACI is 100% woman owned and is being certified by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council.

Our Purpose

ACI’s existence is defined in three words: opportunity, compassion and progress.

We create opportunity for pet owners to access cutting edge treatment options for their pets, for our network veterinarians to offer investigational treatments to their clients, and for animal health companies to learn whether their drugs and products are safe and effective.

We are driven by our compassion for companion animals and their owners.  As veterinarians, veterinary technicians, scientists and research support staff, we seek to improve and extend the lives of companion animals.

We deliver progress, specifically contributing to the body of medical knowledge on quality of life and the treatment of complex disease.

ACI SERVICES

ACI provides expertise in the development of animal health products from pre-clinical through post-market stages.

We design, conduct and report clinical field studies in compliance with industry and regulatory standards.

CLINICAL STUDY CONDUCT

  1. Protocol design with consultation of clinical and regulatory key-opinion-leaders
  2. Pivotal and non-pivotal clinical study management under GCP (VICH GL9) guidelines
  3. Site management through pre-qualified, highly trained investigators
  4. Centralized medical management and monitoring
  5. Reporting to VICH standard, as requested by Sponsor
  6. Independently convened Animal Care and Use Committee (e.g., ethics review board), which will review ACI and non-ACI studies upon request
  7. Administrative support, including centralized financial management

PRE-CLINICAL, REGULATORY AND GO-TO-MARKET STRATEGY

  1. Experienced with CVM and USDA as well as the comparative medicine regulatory landscape
  2. Portfolio analyses, licensing evaluation and business case validation
  3. Animal health market surveys, particularly specialty medicine
  4. Preparation and presentations for advisory or investor meetings
  5. Publications and white papers