We ensure high quality execution of global trials

Scientific Investigator Networks are a vital element in both academic and clinical research settings. Among peers in the scientific community, investigators communicate and collaborate directly, contributing to the advance of the study imperatives. For this reason, within the clinical research setting, advantages are gained when coordinated research networks are maintained and managed.

Julius Clinical has set up and invested in the following networks:

  • PCRN (Primary Care Research Network)
  • ReSViNET (RSV Network)
  • SurgeryNET



The Primary Care Research Network (PCRN) focuses on performing high-quality research by utilising a group of motivated and qualified general practitioners, pharmacists, practice assistants and practice nurses with an interest in clinical scientific research.

The Julius Clinical research network works closely with the Julius Center for Health Sciences and Primary Care at the UMC Utrecht.

In the Netherlands, the Julius Clinical Primary Care Research Network (PCRN) comprises nearly 1,000 medical professionals who are involved in clinical (drug) research, co-ordinated in the primary care setting by Julius Clinical.

Please visit the PCRN website to learn more about this network.


ReSViNET was founded in Utrecht, The Netherlands on January 14, 2014 by nine clinicial scientists and Julius Clinical as a fully independent research network with the mission to decrease the global burden of RSV infection. The founding members, who share many professional values, had already been connected through research, education or other network activities. 

Currently ReSViNET is stimulating and performing research to better understand the burden of the RSV infection, to advocate for better care for patients with RSV infection, to provide education related to RSV infection and to provide effective partnerships with relevant stakeholders. 

Please visit the ReSViNET website for more information about this network.


SurgeryNET is a global network of clinicians from the fields of oral and maxillofacial surgery, plastic surgery, ear,nose & throat, head and neck surgery, opthamalogy and neurosurgery.

The objective of SurgeryNET is to:    

  • Maximise the capacity to provide a highly efficient resource to conduct studies;
  • Foster a close relationship with the medical community, academic societies and universities; and
  • Investigate and improve the performance of surgical procedures, devises and substances. 

SurgeryNET has a global network of 305 partner clinics that together have developed and managed a total of 98 clinical trials consisting of 12,456 patients.