Providing vital research support in worldwide efforts to develop new therapies that save and improve lives

Founded in 1975, Frontier Science & Technology Research Foundation provides innovative data management and analysis for clinical trials in a variety of disease settings throughout the world. Some of the significant advancements in the treatment of AIDS and cancer have resulted from studies in which Frontier Science played a major role.

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Who We Are

Frontier Science is a not-for-profit corporation that has gained an international reputation as a highly capable data management and statistical organization, collaborating with research networks, pharmaceutical companies and others in the design, conduct and execution of clinical trials and long-term observation studies.

Frontier Science has 250 biostatisticians, technicians and support staff in three locations in the United States, and European affiliates in Greece and Scotland.

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Our Mission

Our mission at Frontier Science is to collaborate with investigators and sponsors to conduct scientifically meaningful high-quality clinical trials, while advancing the application of statistical science and practice and data management techniques in science, health care and education.

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Frontier Science Partners With SUNY Stony Brook On cCMV Study Frontier Science is proud to announce its partnership with SUNY Stony Brook and New York State on the Prospective Observational Study of Asymptomat...
Frontier Science Collaborates with Rutgers, Vanderbilt, and Johns Hopkins on Tuberculosis Report International Coordinating Center (TB-RICC) Frontier Science is proud to collaborate on a $20 million award from the National Institute ofAllergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID). The purpose ...

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