Quality is Built in From the Beginning.

About us


IATROS International was established in 2007 and has conducted more

than 100 clinical studies, in Bloemfontein, South Africa.

The unit is owned,and managed by a number of physicians from a

wide variety of clinical fields. Dr Nyda Fourie (CEO) has

been providing pharmacology and toxicology

consultation services since 1994.




Collaboration with general practitioners and a network of specialists

givesus access to a vast and diverse ethnic patient population

and the estimated number of patients accessible is more than 50 000.

Clinical studies have been done in a wide range of therapeutic areas

including device studies. A number of our research products

are now available on the market.

IATROS International has been applauded for its high quality

of research. Among other, in 2017 we received the IQVIA

Certificate of Achievement for superior performance and

quality in research and in 2011 we were the SACRA

South African Research Unit of the Year.

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for Conducting

Your Pharmaceutical

 Research Studies






Trial Work

is Team Work



General Practioners and Specialists

A network of specialists contributes to a variety

of therapeutic areas offered, including:

Specialist Physicians





The following specialists are available on an ad hoc basis:


Ear- Nose and Throat Specialist



On Site Personal

The research unit staff has an accumulative research experience

of 150 years. All staff members conducting the clinical studies

are GCP trained.


Front: Amanda Coetzee (Financial Manager), Annelie Opperman (Data Capturer), Dr Nyda Fourie (CEO and Investigator) Estelle Brittz (Laboratory Assistant)

Middle: Mamike Seane (Patient Recruitment), Bianca Green (QC), Lallie Maapesa (Research Assistant).

Back: Rita van Rooyen (Recruitment Nurse), Sasya de Witt, Antoinette Kruger (Receptionist),

Dr Matthys Heynecke (Investigator), Alieske Coetzee (Study Co- coordinator), Reinet Lourens (Site and Project Manager),

Dr Juanita Lombaard (Investigator), Annelise Hurter (Study Co-ordinator)