Our advisors, either employed or contracted by Curatio Scientia, LLC, are committed to maintaining the highest ethical standards in our interactions with pharmaceutical manufacturers and all stakeholders involved in pharmaceutical product commercialization, distribution, and support services.  This Code of Conduct outlines the principles that guide our behavior and decision-making.

Compliance with Laws and Regulations

We will comply with all applicable laws, regulations, and industry standards governing our business operations. It is the responsibility of each advisor, either employed or contracted by Curatio Scientia, LLC, to be aware of and adhere to these legal requirements. 

Prohibition of Bribes, Kickbacks, Unlawful Payments, and Other Corrupt Practices

Our advisors are prohibited from directly or indirectly paying anything of value in order to win or retain business or to improperly influence the decision process of an organization; gain an improper advantage; or illegally influence the action of any individual, customer, company, or company representative.  Our advisors are required to keep accurate and transparent records that reflect actual transactions and payments.  While we observe local business customs and market practices, our advisors shall no participate in any corrupt, unethical or illegal practices.  Our advisors comply with all applicable laws and regulations regarding fair competition and antitrust.

Integrity and Honesty

We will conduct all business with integrity, honesty, and transparency. We will not engage in deceptive practices, misrepresentation, or any form of dishonesty.

Accuracy of Business Records

All Curatio Scientia, LLC books and records conform to generally accepted accounting principles.  Our records are legible, transparent and reflect actual transactions and payments.  We will not hide, fail to record, or otherwise make false entries.

Confidentiality and Data Security

We will protect the confidentiality of sensitive information entrusted to us by our clients, partners, and other stakeholders. We will implement and adhere to robust data security measures to ensure the protection of information. 

Conflict of Interest

We will avoid situations that create, or appear to create, a conflict of interest between our personal interests and the interests of our firm or its clients. Any potential conflicts must be disclosed promptly.

Professional Competence and Continual Learning

We will strive for excellence in our work, maintaining a high level of professional competence. We will actively pursue opportunities for continuous learning and professional development to stay informed about industry trends and best practices.

Respect and Diversity

We will treat all individuals with respect, dignity, and fairness, regardless of their background, race, ethnicity, gender, religion, or any other characteristic. We will foster an inclusive and diverse work environment.  We do not permit intimidation or hostility and will not tolerate any behavior that might harass, disrupt or interfere with another person’s ability to work.

Quality of Service

We are committed to delivering high-quality consulting services to our clients. We will work diligently to understand their needs, provide valuable insights, and contribute to the success of their initiatives.

Social Responsibility

We will be socially responsible and contribute positively to the communities in which we operate. This includes considering the environmental impact of our actions and promoting sustainability.

Reporting Violations

Advisors, either employed or contracted by Curatio Scientia, LLC, are encouraged to report any suspected violations of this Code of Conduct promptly. Reports can be made to Cheryl Ann Allen, Founding Partner. Retaliation against individuals reporting in good faith will not be tolerated.


By adhering to this Code of Conduct, we demonstrate our commitment to ethical conduct, professionalism, and the highest standards of integrity. Violations of this Code may result in disciplinary action, up to and including termination of employment and/or other contracted relationship.