Dinox GmbH is located in the northern part of Berlin Mitte and can easily be reached by public transportation. The main railway station (Berlin Hauptbahnhof) 10 min and Berlin Tegel Airport 20 min are located in close proximity. Dinox has the facilities and experienced staff for the conduct of clinical studies in the gynecological field.
Facilities and technical equipment
The premises comprise several consulting and examination rooms including a 2 gynecological examination units as well as laboratory processing rooms, an archive room, a conference room and a waiting lounge for volunteers.
Technical equipment consists of
- 2 advanced transvaginal ultrasound devices
- equipment for sample collection, handling and storage
- equipment to perform vital signs and ECG measurements
Additional equipment can be installed upon request.
Refrigerators, freezers and the IMP storage area are connected to a 24-hour temperature monitoring system which is linked to an external security company. Blood and other biological samples can be picked up daily and taken to local or central laboratories.
Investigational products are stored in a temperature-controlled room.
Corinna Draeger MD
Ruth von Holtz MD
Christine Klipping MD, PhD
Tanja Rautenberg MD
All staff is ICH-GCP trained and has specialised in conducting clinical trials. They are all exclusively health care professionals.
Corinna Draeger, MD (Principal) Investigator
Dr Draeger first gained experience in clinical trials during her medical studies (1992-1995) as an assistant in the Phase I- Unit at Schering AG, Berlin. After graduating in medicine from the Free University Berlin in 1994, she worked as an assistant physician in the Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics at the hospital in Oranienburg from 1995-1999.
Dr Draeger joined dinox in 2000, where she took on the responsibility of coordination and execution of clinical trials and since 2005 has performed many trials as Principal Investigator.
She completed a triannual qualification in homeopathy with a diploma from the DZHÄ (German Association of Homeopathic Physicians).
Ruth von Holtz, MD Investigator
Dr von Holtz completed her medical studies at the Albert-Ludwigs University of Freiburg in 2003, she worked in several hospitals (Kreiskrankenhaus Waldböl and Klinikum Barnim, Eberswalde and worked as an freelance Lactation consultant (IBCLC).
In 2017 she joined dinox as an Investigator
Christine Klipping, MD PhD Chief Executive Officer, (Principal) Investigator
Dr Klipping, founder of dinox in 1993, has over 25 years of experience in gynecological endocrinology and in vaginal ultrasonography. She graduated in medicine in 1988, and in 1992 completed her thesis at the University of Lübeck, Germany, on the subject of “Determination of Catecholestrogens in human follicular fluid”. In 1988 and 1989 she worked as a resident at the department of Prenatal Diagnostics and Therapy, and at the department of Obstetrics and Gynecology of the University of Bonn, Germany. From 1990-1991 she was responsible for several human-pharmacology studies. In 1992 research work was continued in the Netherlands, at the department of Obstetrics and Gynecology of the Catholic University of Nijmegen. In 1993 she performed bio-equivalence and bio-availability studies at the Research Centre for Oral Contraceptives, Nijmegen, the Netherlands. In the same year Dr. Klipping founded her own independent Clinical Research Organisation: dinox. Dr Klipping is frequently consulted for her know-how in gynaecological endocrinology, trial designs and related pharmacodynamic assessments. She has been extensively involved in clinical development programs for several pharmaceutical companies.
Dr Klipping is registered as pharmaceutical physician in the Netherlands, a member of several associations including the AGAH (Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Angewandte Humanpharmakologie, Germany) and since 1997 a member of the AGAH Board of Directors.
Tanja Rautenberg, MD Medical Director, (Principal) Investigator
Dr Rautenberg completed her medical studies at the Free University of Berlin in 1994. From 1995, she worked in several hospitals (Paracelsus-Klinik Osnabrück, Krankenhaus Strausberg, Kantonsspital Zug, Switzerland, Werner-Forßmann-Krankenhaus Eberswalde) and in May 2008 graduated as a specialist in gynecology and obstetrics.
In 2008 she joined dinox as an Investigator and since 2011 has performed many trials as an Principal Investigator. In 2018 she took on the responsibility as Medical Director.
Contact dinox Berlin:
Anklamer Straße 38
Tel: +49 (0)30-440 595 19