Therapeutic Expertise

At Optimal Research, we seek to provide a safe and nurturing environment to enhance the Pediatric care givers ability to promote the advancement of medical treatment of children worldwide. We understand the importance of the parent/physician relationship. We recognize that parents do not make decisions on their own; they are influenced by their family, their pediatrician, and what they learn through information gathered on the Internet, news and media outlets. At Optimal, we value the parent/physician relationship and look to educate the parents on research and what is involved with participation in a clinical trial.

As pharmaceuticals and vaccines are developed, we know the importance of remembering that a child’s developing immune system and changes in the developmental period between infancy and young adulthood affect how drugs are processed by this population. Therefore, special care must be taken in tailoring the use of medicines to this age group with the necessary information to aide in parent/guardian decision making.

Our U.S. and global community based network of board certified pediatric specialists conduct quality research, spanning Phase 1 through Phase 4 programs. Clinical research staff receives training on clinical trial execution, FDA regulations, and ICH and Good Clinical Practice guidelines. We offer responsive turnaround for site feasibility, realistic patient enrollment targets, accessible and responsive investigators and staff, as well as quality processes to deliver complete and accurate data.

We understand that the busy clinical may need support in various forms and staffing perspective in order to create the ability to provide this valuable service to their patients. We can tailor the support to the practice in consultation with the physician or group to create the best fit for their operational vision.

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  • Vaccines
  • Infectious Disease
  • Immunology
  • Nutrition
  • Allergy
  • Asthma
  • Dermatology
  • General Development
  • ADHD
  • CNS