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About us

What makes us special

  • We promote diversity in our teams

    50

    internal skills

  • We currently have

    3

    subsidiaries 

  • Technology treats and diagnoses more than

    400k

    patients a year

What happened in
20 years

1996
The beginning

Jean-Luc Morelle designs the very first radio-synthesizer to combine high-yield synthesis and GMP and create a company : Coincidence. 

2000
Team Partners meet

Gauthier Philippart joins Jean-Luc Morelle. Coincidence is acquired by GE.

2004
Co-Foundation

Morelle and Philippart establish Trasis to pursue innovation and develop their ideas.

2008
First products on the market

The company’s ground-breaking Unidose, a dose dispenser, becomes the first Trasis product to be sold. It’s quickly followed by the Quickfill. 

 

2010
First synthesizers

Trasis launches its synthesizers: It simultaneously demonstrates [F18]FDG synthesizers on microchips at multicurie levels and launches AllinOne, the first synthesizer that meets all needs from development to routine production of radiopharmaceuticals

2012
miniAllinOne debuts

The miniAllinOne synthesizer, dedicated to radiometals, is launched.

2014
First accompaniment in regulatory files

First accompaniment of a partner in the deposit of their file and the obtaining of their AMM on the FDOPA Nucleophile

2016
Clean Room is operational

Trasis built a clean room to offer an additional manufacturing line for its consumables and guarantee better reliability and flexibility

2017
The company's growth

Trasis has more than 50 employees.

2019
Apearance of EasyOne

EasyOne, the market’s smallest synthesizer goes on sale.

2021
The company keeps growing!

Trasis reaches the 150-employee milestone – with more to come!