The investigators at Unified Women’s Clinical Research have over 19 years of experience and have conducted over 200 phase I-IV trials, including clinical trials on investigational medications, devices, gene therapy, and vaccines. Multiple pharmacokinetic and observational studies have been completed as well.
Unified Women’s Clinical Research is a premier research organization that provides patients the opportunity to receive advanced medical care through participation in a variety of clinical trials. Our unique alliance of Ob-Gyn practices across the southeast specializes in women’s health; including Gynecology, Urogynecology, Obstetrics, and Primary Care. We provide our participants with comprehensive, collaborative care and our sponsors with unequivocal proficiency in trial execution.
Unified Women's Clinical Research has conducted clinical trials on investigational medications, devices, gene therapy, and vaccines. In addition, we've completed multiple pharmacokinetic and observational studies. Our investigators have accumulated over 19 years of experience conducting over 200 phase I-IV trials.
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What is Clinical Research?
The advancement of healthcare is a complex, behind the scenes process that is unfamiliar to most people. Every treatment decision physicians make, as well as every medication, device and vaccine have systematically evolved from the intricate, methodical process known as research. The purpose of clinical research is to advance healthcare by gaining knowledge to develop new prevention and treatment options for patients.
Those who participate in clinical trials are directly contributing to the advancement of healthcare which will benefit others in the future. Clinical trial participants may also directly benefit from clinical research by potentially receiving advanced alternative treatments options that would otherwise not be available. Participants receive comprehensive, collaborative care meaning there are numerous healthcare professionals monitoring their health throughout the duration of the trial. In research, your health is not a quickly viewed snapshot but rather an elaborate album in which details are essential and it is repeatedly viewed.