PAREXEL International To Participate In Evercore ISI MedTools Conference

PAREXEL International Corporation (NASDAQ: PRXL) announced today that it will be attending the Evercore ISI MedTools Conference in Boston. Josef von Rickenbach, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, will participate on Wednesday, November 30, 2016.

About PAREXEL InternationalPAREXEL International Corporation is a leading global biopharmaceutical services company, providing a broad range of expertise-based clinical research, consulting, medical communications, and technology solutions and services to the worldwide pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries. Committed to providing solutions that expedite time-to-market and peak-market penetration, PAREXEL has developed significant expertise across the development and commercialization continuum, from drug development and regulatory consulting to clinical pharmacology, clinical trials management, and reimbursement. PAREXEL Informatics provides advanced technology solutions, including medical imaging, to facilitate the clinical development process. Headquartered near Boston, Massachusetts, PAREXEL has offices in 85 locations in 51 countries around the world, and had approximately 18,750 employees in the first quarter. For more information about PAREXEL International visit www.PAREXEL.com.

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