Sponsors

OMEGA Research Group is proud to have partnered with some of the best and most innovative companies in hundreds of clinical trials. Let us show you what takes us a step above other research companies you’ve worked with in the past and why sponsors and CROs continue to choose us for their clinical trials. 

Take a Closer Look

Our vision is to be the leader in clinical research through our ability to support clinical research activities while working closely with Sponsors, Physicians, Investigators and clinical trial participants. ​

Our facilities are equipped with the latest technology to allow us to meet the needs of your trial, no matter the indication.

 

Diagnostic Equipment:

  • Bone densitometry

  • Cholestech

  • Colonoscopy

  • Colposcopy

  • CT scan

  • DEXA scan (full body)

  • Doppler US

  • Echocardiogram

  • EEG

  • Emergency equipment

  • Endometrial biopsy

  • Endoscopy

  • Holter monitor

  • Mammography

  • MRI scan / Nuclear medicine

  • Ophthalmology testing

  • Phlebotomy

  • Photodynamic therapy

  • Photography

  • Pulse oximetery

  • Scales (full-body)

  • Sigmoidoscopy

  • Spirometry

  • Stadiometer

  • Transvaginal U/S

  • Ultrasound

  • Uroflowmetry

  • X-ray, chest & body

  • 12-lead ECG

  • -20/-70°C freezers

  • Refrigerated Centrifuge

  • Laminar Flowhood for Medication reconsitution

Additional Site Features

  • CLIA certified lab

  • DEA licensed

  • Dedicated monitoring rooms

  • Dry ice available

  • EDC experience

  • High-speed internet

  • IV Infusions

  • IVRS experience

  • Experience with Paper & E-diaries

  • Dedicated Phone & fax

  • Temp. and access controlled drug storage

Phase I-IV Trial Experience

  • Age/Gender Effects

  • Drug-Drug Interaction

  • First-in-Human

  • Food/Diet Effects

  • Healthy Volunteers/Adult-to-Geriatric

  • Non-Inferior

  • Pharmacokinetics/Pharmacodynamics (PK/PD)

  • Proof of Concept 

  • Single / Multiple Ascending Doses (SAD/MAD)

  • Retrospective Review

  • Biosimilar/Comparator