Ohio Clinical Trials, Inc. specializes in the design and conduct of Phase 1 through 3 clinical trials. Glen Apseloff, MD, FCP, has more than twenty years of experience supervising clinical trials, and the main study coordinator at Ohio Clinical Trials has more than fifteen years of experience. Together they and their dedicated staff give every project the individual attention it deserves. Dr. Apseloff is highly involved in executing every protocol, from start to finish, including personally reviewing all completed source documents and every entry of data in every case report form. He undertakes only a limited number of clinical trials to ensure the highest quality work. The result is the timely completion of studies with minimal errors and minimal data queries. To view Dr. Apseloff's CV, click here.
The Clinical Pharmacology Unit is a self-sufficient, ~10,000 square-foot, 39-bed facility located less than one mile from a hospital emergency room and approximately one city block from an emergency response team. The Clinical Pharmacology Unit can house clinical study participants for weeks at a time, and it provides laundry facilities, a recreation area, wireless internet, and bedrooms with cable television. Meals are catered by a local vendor, and a dietician is available for specialized diets.
The Clinical Pharmacology Unit is also directly linked to Laboratory Corporation of America for immediate access to laboratory results.
Other features of the Clinical Pharmacology Unit include the following:
- An on-site processing laboratory, with a -70º C freezer and two -20º C freezers
- A secure drug storage room with video monitoring and a safe meeting all the requirements of 21CRF1301.72.
- A natural gas backup generator
- An intercom system that connects the main staff and physicians’ area with the rest of the facility
- A video monitoring/recording for the interior and exterior of the facility
- Computerized temperature/humidity monitoring system for selected rooms, freezers, and refrigerators, programmed to alert assigned staff members if excursions extend beyond the set range
- Wiring for telemetry
- An emergency cart with automated external defibrillator
- A secure pharmacy prep room with two drug-prep hoods and a clean bench
- A dining room and recreation room
- A fireproof cabinet/safe for secure on-site document storage
- Exam and phlebotomy rooms