Our Company’s Beginnings:

In 1865, William Camm opened a Drug Store in Norristown, PA. Almost 30 years later, A.A. Myers purchased the business and changed the name to Myers Drug Store. In 1918, an 11-year-old Morris Cohen helped to deliver medications to patients stricken by the Spanish flu. Morris continued to work while completing his education which included a pharmacy degree. When Mr. Myers passed away in 1931, Morris acquired the store and continued to serve the Norristown community. Over the years, Myers Drug Store grew into a family-run business when his son Robert, and grandson Michael, joined him. The company evolved into a clinical trial supply business, known as Myoderm. In the nearly 35 years since then, our company has continued to grow and evolve into the global clinical trial supply partner of choice.

Myonex expands business to Germany with the acquisition of the Hubertus Clinical Trial business.

Myonex expands business to Germany with the acquisition of the Hubertus Clinical Trial business.

Myonex launches CTRx Europe, a central pharmacy network for on-demand local sourcing in Europe, built upon the successful CTRx North America program.

Myonex opens its brand new, state-of-the-art Global Headquarters in Horsham, PA.

Myoderm rebrands to Myonex.

Myoderm launches Clinical Trial Prescription Card (CTRx Card), becoming the first company globally to offer drug supply sourcing solutions for all clinical trial situations.

Myoderm launches Clinical Trial Equipment & Supplies service to complement drug sourcing, labeling and distribution services.

Myoderm expands business in the United Kingdom, adding labeling operations to their facility.

Myoderm expands business operations in the European Union with the establishment of Myonex ApS in Denmark.

Myoderm opens a new, state-of-the-art GMP facility in Leicester, England.

Myoderm hires first full-time UK employee.

Myoderm establishes a UK entity due to growing global business

Myoderm opens a new GMP warehouse and office facility in Norristown.

Myoderm launches innovative Direct to Site services.

Michael Cohen joins his father at Myoderm.

Myers Drug Store launches its dedicated clinical trial supply business, Myoderm.

Morris’ son, Robert Cohen, becomes a pharmacist and joins his father’s business.

Upon Mr. Myers’ death, Morris Cohen acquires the business.

Morris Cohen graduates from Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science (University of the Sciences) and joins the business full-time.

An 11-year-old Morris Cohen delivers medications during the Spanish Flu pandemic.

A.A. Myers buys Camm’s Drug Store and changes the name to Myers Drug Store.

William Camm opens a Drug Store in Norristown, PA.