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If you’re interested in participating in a research study, we welcome you to visit us during our working hours at Columbus Clinical Services, a leading research center located in Miami. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff is available to answer any questions you may have and guide you through the enrollment process.

Why not visit us during our designated working hours and discover how you can become a valuable participant in our novel clinical research studies? We eagerly anticipate the opportunity to meet with you at Columbus Clinical Services.


Monday 08:00 AM - 04:30 PM
Tuesday 08:00 AM - 04:30 PM
Wednesday 08:00 AM - 04:30 PM
Thursday 08:00 AM - 04:30 PM
Friday 08:00 AM - 02:00 PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

Frequently Asked Questions

What exactly is meant by a clinical trial?
Clinical Study A clinical study is an important form of research that uses human volunteers in order to gain new medical knowledge.
What advantages does participation in a clinical trial offer?
Medical Treatments Access to new medical treatments not open to the public is one of the many benefits patients receive. Participating in a clinical study can help improve medical knowledge and advance treatment options for future patients. The benefits and risks of products or interventions studied are often revealed through the results of these studies, which can have a major impact on care.
What are the potential downsides of participating in a clinical trial?

There are some possible risks associated with being in a clinical trial, such as the new treatment having unknown side effects or failing to work for you even if it helps others.

What steps can I take to ensure that I have received all the necessary information before participating in a clinical trial?

Informed consent is a way to protect participants in clinical studies by providing them with information about the risks, benefits, and alternatives to participation. The process should be understandable for those involved and provide enough detail so that individuals can make an informed decision, while protecting them from any possible harm or inconvenience that may come as a result of their participation.

Am I allowed to withdraw from a clinical trial at any point during the study?

People must sign an informed consent document before joining any study in order to demonstrate that they have been given all the information necessary and understand it. This document does not create a contract, so participants are free to withdraw from any study at any time, even if it is still ongoing.

What is the compensation policy for clinical study participants at your research clinic?

At our research clinic, we value and appreciate the participation of our study participants and understand that their time and effort are valuable. Therefore, we offer financial compensation for participating in our clinical studies. The amount and type of compensation may vary depending on the particular study and are established in advance in the informed consent. 

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