Our Team and our Clinic

 

Our Team

Ensuring participants’ safety is our priority.‭ That is why tests are conducted according to strict procedures and supervised by qualified and experienced study doctors, nurses and technicians. At any time of day or night, you will be supervised by our study staff who will answer all your questions and attend to all your needs.

 
 

Our Clinic

The vast majority of our studies require that participants stay at our facility. The usual stay is 36 hours, but periods may vary. During your stay, you will receive the study drug, and we will perform blood tests to assess the extent and speed of absorption and elimination of the drug in your body to determine its safety and also its efficacy regarding Phase IIa studies.

You will stay at our new and modern clinical unit. You will sleep in a dormitory with other study participants. Our clinic located in Miami operates day and night.

All meals and snacks are provided by a catering service.

You will have access to computers, televisions, a wide selection of films, board games, newspapers, magazines and wireless internet (WiFi).

 

What to bring?

Please bring one valid photo ID card issued by the government for the purposes of identification.

Here’s a list of items you should bring for your stay at the clinic:

  • Padlock
  • Slippers and shoes with rigid soles
  • Pyjamas
  • Contact number in case of emergency
  • Laptop computer, cell phone, MP3 player, electronic tablet
  • Headphones
  • School work, books, magazines
  • Game console, video games
  • Playing cards, board games

For your personal care:

  • Toothbrush and toothpaste
  • Shower products
  • Deodorant
  • Hair brush
  • Contact lenses solution
  • Shaving supplies

Soap, shampoo, towels and bedding are provided. Participants are not allowed to bring extra bedding.

 
 

What not to bring?

Participants are not allowed to bring any food or products containing medicinal ingredients, including prescribed medications. Cigarette packs must be sealed. Moreover,‭ ‬depending on the study,‭ ‬certain personal care items may be set aside to prevent interactions with the study drug.‭‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬

Forbidden items:

  • Makeup and nail polish
  • Mouthwash
  • Perfume bottles, cologne, body sprays, aftershave
  • Prescribed medications (regardless of the name appearing on the container) or cover-the-counter medications
  • Drugs or vitamins (including medicines for headache, allergies, etc.)
  • Topical products containing natural products
  • Anti-dandruff products
  • Products containing medication (i.e. eye drops, creams (including SPF sunscreen), soap, shampoo, nasal spray, lip balm such as Blistex®, etc.)
  • Products used to treat a condition (i.e eczema, psoriasis)
  • Oral formulations of natural products/food supplements
  • Any products that are unlabeled or in unlabeled containers
  • Food (including candy and chewing gum)
  • Alcoholic or non-alcoholic beverage
  • Illicit drugs
  • Blanket or sleeping bag
  • Chair (i.e. camping)
  • Sharp and dangerous objects (i.e. pocket knife, scissors, weapons, etc.)
  • Opened cigarette packages

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