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Accumed Research Associates Expands Capabilities In Phase I and Bioequivalence Clinical Trials
Date:5/7/2010

Leading Clinical Research Center Announces State-of-the-Art Overnight Facility

Garden City, NY (PRWEB) May 7, 2010 - Accumed Research Associates recently announced their continued growth by providing sleep study as well as overnight phase I and bioequivalence capabilities. Accumed, a leading clinical trials facility in Garden City, NY, now offers opportunities for all phases of clinical research with a well-equipped, state-of-the-art overnight facility for conducting clinical trials.

With more than nine years experience in all phases of clinical research studies, Dr. Mitchell Efros explained, “We wanted to become a complete research site and be able to deliver data in all aspects and phases of clinical trial research.” Dr Efros continued, “We expanded to include phase 1 and bioequivalence studies and are able to provide five associated physicians, two Nurse Practitioners as well as a Physician Assistant for our studies.”

Accumed has an extensive research database. Three research coordinators have more than16 years of combined research experience and support staff includes a data manager and regulatory specialist.

Many sponsors as well as contract research organizations (CRO’s) have utilized the expertise of Accumed and Dr. Efros for future direction and consultation. Accumed has over enrolled in more than 90% of recent trials conducted and has been the top enroller in a number of studies with enrollment performance status consistently at more than 95%.

Dr. Efros founded Accumed in 2001 and has successfully conducted more than 100 clinical trials. Accumed has become a well-known research center both in the local community and the industry due to its reputation for extensively trained employees who are dedicated to the highest standards of patient care. The site prepares for all monitoring visits and allots adequate time for the contract research associates (CRAs).

Dr. Efros and Accumed Research Associates are affiliated with the following prestigious research and medical organizations: Association of Clinical Research Professionals, Fellow of American College of Surgeons, American Urologic Association and American Association of Clinical Urologists.

Accumed Research Associates (http://www.AccumedResearch.com) is located in Garden City, NY on Long Island, and is a leader in clinical trials and studies. With more than nine years of experience in all phases of clinical research, Accumed Research Associates has access to a large research database and can prospectively identify suitable candidates for their clinical studies. The company’s strength includes its extensively trained employees dedicated to the highest standards of patient care as well as a state-of-the-art comprehensive facility, and research department.

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