ORANGE COUNTY RESEARCH CENTER’S DERMATOLOGY RESEARCH INITIATIVE OVER-ENROLLED THE LATEST PEDIATRIC AND ADULT ACNE CLINICAL TRIAL
ORANGE COUNTY RESEARCH CENTER’S DERMATOLOGY RESEARCH INITIATIVE OVER- ENROLLED THE LATEST PEDIATRIC AND ADULT ACNE CLINICAL TRIAL
Tustin, Calif. — June 30, 2014 – Orange County Research Center’s (OCRC) Dermatology Research Initiative has recently demonstrated exceptional enrollment and clinical conduct delivery by exceeding subject recruitment and clinical conduct performance benchmarks. OCRC’s Dermatology Research Initiative strives to become a leader within the research field of Dermatological conditions by providing timely, and quality-driven clinical research services leveraging its enrollment and clinical operations teams staffed by experienced and results-oriented physicians, project managers, coordinators and recruiters.
The numbers don’t lie, OCRC was charged to enroll 20 volunteers from the ages of 12+ and soon thereafter that number was increased to 60 volunteers. Of equal importance is the sponsor’s desire to have these enrollment figures represent the spectrum of age groups targeted in the protocol. Charged with distributing volunteer participation, the OCRC enrollment team facilitated a multi-prong approach attracting both youth and adult participants by incorporating standard internet/ multi-media tactics and grassroots marketing developing a network of cooperating physicians and community members ready and willing to support the enrollment effort.
Our long experience working with dermatology sponsors, large and small, has allowed for the Dermatology Research Initiative goal to develop both an enrollment and clinical conduct capability unique among industry players. As a result we have achieved a track record of success across a wide- spectrum of dermatological indications including:
- Acne Vulgaris
- Actinic Keratosis
- Aesthetic dermal filler
- Atopic dermatitis
- Basal cell carcinoma
- Dermatophyte infections
- Genital warts
- Head lice
- Herpetic Infections
- Photodamage including Lentigines
- Scalp psoriasis
“We are very excited to have delivered on this trial and to have demonstrated once again our ability to enroll dermatology patients both in adult and pediatric populations…” said Joel Neutel, MD, OCRC Medical Director. “Our ability to execute trials that have complex designs and hard to reach patients is rather unique in an industry that is moving firmly in this direction.”
About Orange County Research Center (OCRC)
OCRC is a therapeutically-focused early and late stage clinical development site offering a 50+ bed PK unit and a Phase II-IV clinic. Enrolling, managing and executing cutting edge clinical research protocols for large pharmaceutical and mid-sized biotechnical companies, OCRC has developed into a premier, patient-centered provider offering therapeutic expertise across an impressive therapeutic spectrum including but not limited to Cardiovascular Disease, Dermatology, Diabetes, Hypertension, Liver Disease, Nephrology and Wound Healing.
For more information please visit www.ocresearchcenter.com