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The Diabetes Research Center (DRC) is a private institute (University Clinical Investigators, Inc.) that performs clinicla trials to evaluate investigational medications from pharmaceutical companies on diabetic subjects under FDA-approved study protocols.
- Diabetes Research Center Team
Jean Louis Selam, Principal Investigator, is directly involved in diabetes clinical trials and diabetes research studies, and is assisted by a team of study coordinators, regulatory managers, recruiters, lab technicians, sub-investigators, and electrophysiologists as needed.
- DRC Contact Information and Directions
Contact the Diabetes Research Center to plan a new diabetes research study or clinical trial, or to volunteer for a diabetes research study.
- DRC History and Experience
Dr. Jean Louis Selam and the Diabetes Research Center pioneered studies and trials on insulin implantable pumps for diabetics in 1986, and have performed more than 200 phase 1-4 diabetic studies in the fields of insulin, infusion and implantable devices, oral medications, neuropathy and obesity.
- Patient Information
The Diabetes Research Center recruits diabetic study patients to participate in diabetes clinical trials involving investigational substances, drugs and medical products for diabetes and diabetes-related problems.
- Pharma/CRO Services
The Diabetes Research Center has the capabilities, facilities and experience to perform non-overnight phase 1 and phase 2-4 diabetes clinical trials with diabetic patients it recruits, and has been involved in diabetes research studies involving investigational substances, drugs and medical products for diabetes since 1986.
- DRC Mission Statement
The Diabetes Research Center is a private institution that evaluates investigational medications from pharmaceutical companies on diabetic subjects under FDA-approved clinical trial study protocols.
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