We are enrolling Study volunteers of all ages to participate in research studies for different investigation treatments:
Chronic Kidney Disease | Diabetic Kidney Disease | Atopic Dermatitis | Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) | Prostate Cancer with cardiovascular problem | Rheumatoid Arthritis | Asthma | Complicated Urinary Tract Infections
Phases I-IV Available
What is a research study?
A research study is a scientific way to develop new methods to screen, prevent, diagnose, and treat disease. It is the main way to find out if a new treatment (like a new drug) is safe and effective.
Therefore, if you take part in a research study, not only will you contribute to medical advancements but also you may be one of the first persons to benefit from a new treatment. Besides, you will be carefully monitored over the course of your participation in order to ensure your safety.
At our 16,000 square feet center, we offer 3 offices for the signature of consents, 3 offices for physical examination, a room for infusions, a laboratory, a pharmacy, 7 offices for coordinators, 6 offices for monitors, a Phase I unit center with 32 beds, 2 dining rooms, a conference room, multiple administrative offices, a big parking area, an electric backup generator, multiple internet providers (backups), and state-of-the-art technology.
Are you currently experiencing Chronic Kidney Disease or Diabetic Kidney Disease?
Promotion of Health
Therapeutic Experience is based on investigators’ specialties. Our Board Certified Physicians attend patients referred by their private practice physicians.
Miami-Dade has a population of over 2 million people. It has a wide variety of ethnic groups including hispanics, african americans, and caucasians. We have more than 10,000 potential subjects in our database.
We are enrolling Study Volunteers of all ages to participate in Research Studies for different investigation treatments
- Allergy Angina
- Benign Prostate Hyperplasia
- Birth Control Pills/Devices
- Internal Medicine
- Medical Devices
- Psychiatry (anxiety, depression)
- Pulmonary Medicine