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Seasoned Dermatologist Nissan Pilest of Irvine, CA, Joins SDS Clinical Trials as Clinical Investigator for Dermatology Division
Date:7/28/2009

A new dermatology division is being added to the slate of SDS Clinical Trials. Nissan Pilest, Medical Director of Total Dermatology in Irvine, Ca, will be a primary investigative physician upon the division launch.

Orange County, CA (PRWEB) July 28, 2009 -- Well known Orange County Dermatologist and Laser Physician, Nissan Pilest, has been selected by SDS Clinical Trials located in California to participate in their newly developed Dermatology Division. Physician clinical investigators play a pivotal role in the development of drugs, therapies and medical devices used to combat disease, treat chronic and degenerative diseases, and improve the health of people throughout the world.

Dr. Pilest, a Board Certified Dermatologist, will carry out the trials at his medical and cosmetic dermatology clinic, Total Dermatology, located in central Irvine. His 30 year career in dermatological surgery, medical dermatology and cosmetic anti-aging brought him to the attention of SDS Clinical Trials administrator Nanci Hook-Seid. "We're delighted Dr. Pilest has agreed to join us in this expansion of our clinical trial outreach. His reputation in Southern California, combined with his long term expertise in all dermatological processes were part of our selection criteria. We feel fortunate to have such an esteemed physician to participate in our forthcoming trials."

Dr. Pilest treats a multi-ethnic patient population, making him perfectly situated to be able to select a true cross section of patients who may qualify for the various clinical trials launched through SDS.


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