West Houston Clinical Research Service Phase Ib and IIa unique state of the art research facility is located in the Northwest side of Houston TX, The site is approximated 20 minutes from George Bush International Airport, 35 minutes from Hobby Airport and 10 Minutes from Uptown and the Gallery Center.
The Clinic provides early-phase clinical trials with emphasis in phase Ib and IIa in special patient populations like Asthmatics, Geriatrics, Hypertensive, Postmenopausal and/or surgically sterile women, Chronic Obstructive
Pulmonary Disease (COPD), Diabetics (Types I and II), Renal and Hepatic impairment and Psychiatric disorders..
The personnel are comprised of more than 10 board-certified Physician Investigators with research experience in a broad range of therapeutic areas. Our Team is composed of a full-time clinic director, ACLS/BLS certified nurses, certified clinical research coordinators, pharmacists, dieticians, research technicians IATA certified for the shipment of hazardous materials and CLIA certified laboratory.
By using advanced electronic systems for recruitment, data capture, tracking, and reporting the operations are simplified giving sponsors real-time on-line access to their study, To ensure menu consistency among volunteers in each study, a registered dietician is available to prepare specialized diets for protocols that require them.
More than 95% of the staff is bilingual, enabling proper care and communication with the multi-ethnic, diverse patient populations of Houston. We have a strong commitment to training and a team-oriented environment.
What make our site special when compared with others Phase I and II units is our capability to implement in a very short time a study in patients with an specific pathology. Our association with a multi-specialty, walk-in Clinic that sees more than 300 patients daily in conjunction with our big data base with more than 400,000 patients allows us to interact with a high number of pathologies and patients resulting in an early and successful recruitment and enrollment.
- Cardiovascular indications
- Central nervous system (CNS)
- Infectious disease
- Respiratory indications
Routes of Administration
- IV, IM and subcutaneous injections
- Oral and sublingual
- Tran- dermal
- Healthy male and female subjects
- Postmenopausal subjects
- Healthy Elderly Males and Females
- Obesity – Overweight subjects
- Healthy Young Females on Oral Contraceptives
- Type 1 and 2 Diabetes
- Hyperlipidemia and Dyslipidemia
- Renal Impairment
- Hepatic Impairment
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Respiratory Disease (COPD)
For more information
- PK/PD Analysis
- Single and multiple dose pharmacokinetics-pharmacodynamics
- Single and Multiple Ascending Dose
- Drug interaction
- Age and gender kinetics
Dr Oscar De Valle, M.D
Tel: (281) 738-2642
Tel: (281) 971-3129
Fax: (281) 971-1724