Translation Services: Life Sciences Industry
Today, regulatory challenges, user acceptance and risk management are as important as your products’ underlying technology.
From clinical trial results to consumer product labeling, you can be confident that ULG-translated documentation conforms to all global requirements. We understand scientific language and processes, as well as the context in which documentation may be used. Plus, we customize our approach by testing and adapting quality procedures that respond to the unique and ever-changing life-sciences regulatory environment.
Our processes are certified to ISO standards and help you manage risk in a complex and highly-regulated environment. With ULG, you can be confident in receiving sound risk-management advice during global expansion, as well as expert consulting on localization and regulatory compliance trends.
View our specialized translation + interpreting services for life sciences.
Protocols & protocol synopsis
Ethics committee letters
Packaging and labeling material including SPL environments
SmPCsProduct LabelsPackage InsertsCTDs
Adverse Event Report FormsDeath Certificates
CIOMS Aggregate Reports
DatasheetsCertificates of AnalysisSOPs
Validation DocumentationBatch Manufacturing RecordsIFUs/DFUs
Clinical Trial ContractsInsurance Policies & CertificatesEmployment Contracts
Patent DisputesGovernment Decrees
Over-the-Phone Interpretation (OPI)In-Person InterpretationVideo Remote Interpretation (VRI)Conference + Meeting Interpretation
“ULG feels like another department within our company. Their integration with our international, technical and marketing teams and their adaptation to our company culture has allowed us to compete within the global market.”
– Labeling manager, Medtronic
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