About Us

Who we are?

Jack Minster joined DSG, Inc., the clinical data software and services company in 1999, as the Vice President of Sales and Marketing to lead DSG’s growing business development operations. To resolve challenges faced by his clients, Jack was instrumental in developing the industry’s first RTSM system organically integrated with EDC; also the world’s first electronic source system which lead to the FDA’s first-ever eSource-approved drug in 2008; and the first CTMS offering online monitoring trip reports. DSG was acquired in 2023, which led him to create Completum Clinical, to continue providing best-in-class services to his sponsor network. Jack has 24 years of clinical trial experience and continues to serve clients best by deeply understanding each team’s unique business requirements and exceeding expectations through bringing to bear proven partner provider solutions and services. He earned a bachelor's degree in business administration from Villanova University in 1990, graduating with honors.

Meet Our Team

What we do

Completum Clinical partners and collaborates with innovator Research & Development companies to co-develop therapeutic and preventative drug, biologic and medical device products in the clinical phase of the development process.

  • Biostatistical & Specialized Data Services
  • Drug Safety and Pharmacovigilance
  • DSMB
  • Medical Monitoring
  • High-enrolling Phase 1 - 3 international Clinical Trial Investigative Site Network
  • Clinical Site Agreement negotiations and management
  • Medical Writing
  • Patient Recruitment and Retention
  • Regulatory Strategy
  • Strategic Scientific & Statistical Consulting (preclinical to registration)
  • Audit – GCP Preparedness
  • Printing and Fulfillment for Clinical Research
  • Vendor Management & Governance (all FSPs can be folded into one consolidated contract)
  • Clinical project management responsible for the day-to-day execution of a clinical trial
  • CRO management
  • Site management
  • Budget management
  • Site feasibility
  • Clinical Development Planning

Jack Minster