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Clinical trials are research studies designed to test the safety and/or effectiveness of new medications, devices or treatments as compared to standard treatments or to no treatment. Clinical trials are required before the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) can approve a new medication for physicians to prescribe to patients.
Physician investigators at the DuPage Medical Group have experience in the successful execution of Phase II, III and IV clinical trials and post-market registries contributing to the development of novel drugs, biologics, devices and therapeutic interventions and to the expansion of indications.
Qualified full-time research nurse coordinators and research nurse practitioners are dedicated to the conduct of quality clinical trials. Investigators and staff are trained in GCP and compliance with federal research regulations and guidelines.
Therapeutic Areas of Interest
- internal medicine
- pain management
- plastic surgery
- pulmonary medicine
- sleep medicine
- women’s health
DuPage Medical Group Clinical Research Advantage for sponsors
- Sound infrastructure support to expedite study start-up and monitor quality
- Extensive experience with regulatory submissions and central IRB capabilities for timely regulatory approval
- Centralized budget and contract negotiations for improved turn around time
- 400,000 research-naïve patients to aid rapid subject enrollment
- Dedicated recruitment efforts and established marketing networks to boost trial awareness and participation
- Ongoing oversight to ensure quality data collection
Full-service research facilities including:
- On-site laboratories
- Full range of diagnostic testing services
- State-of-the-art radiology services
- Self-standing sleep labs
- Comprehensive infusion centers
- Free-standing outpatient surgery center
- Secure drug and supply storage
- Electronic data entry capabilities
Director of Clinical Research