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SPECIALIST IN CLINICAL TRIALS

Our certified team prides itself on its investigative approach - in accurately gathering and analyzing data while providing an unparalleled clinical trial experience that focuses on YOU. We see patients as family, and work in a very team like environment. If you're interested in participating in a clinical trial, or want to find out more about our ongoing clinical trials, give us a call to set an appointment.
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Provide our sponsors with competent and professional care to develop clinical research with excellence. Our core is to deliver clinical research data on a timely, accurate and efficient manner to comply with protocol adherence and guidelines.
We strive in becoming a highly recognized clinical research center and improve people's health through the conduction of studies in accordance to the highest standard of excellence for our sponsors and CROs.
Our mission and combined with a great location, proper facility and a great team of specialists and superb healthcare professionals, have put Innovation Medical Research Center at the top of all other research centers across South FL
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Frequently Asked Questions
  1. Clinical Trial
    involves research participants. It follows a pre-defined plan or protocol to evaluate the effects of a medical or behavioral intervention on health outcomes
  2. Clinical Research
    aims to advance medical knowledge by studying people, either through direct interaction or through the collection and analysis of blood, tissues, or other samples.
  3. Why Volunteer?
    Clinical trials are part of clinical research and at the heart of all medical advances. Clinical trials look at new ways to prevent, detect, or treat diseases.
  4. Double-Blind
    ... In the context of a clinical trial, double-blind means that neither the patients nor the researchers know who is getting a placebo and who is getting the treatment...
  5. Placebo
    ...A placebo is an inactive substance (often a sugar pill) given to a patient in place of medication...
  6. Randomization
    A method based on chance alone by which study participants are assigned to a treatment group. Randomization minimizes the differences among groups by equally distributing people with particular characteristics among all the trial arms. The researchers do not know which treatment is better. From what is known at the time, any one of the treatments chosen could be of benefit to the participant.