2022 Review: Butchertown Clinical Trials

Driven by scientific expertise and operational excellence, Butchertown Clinical Trial's mission is to improve the health of millions of people worldwide through clinical trials supported by global service delivery, world-class scientific leadership, and therapeutic specialties.

Butchertown Clinical Trials is an ophthalmic, vaccine, adult medicine, and metabolic disease clinical trials research site in Louisville, Kentucky providing an expert range of clinical trial site services to pharmaceutical, medical device, CRO, and diagnostic customers.

Butchertown Clinical Trials has a national reputation as a superior, fully compliant and high-enrolling outpatient clinical trials site. Having completed more than 350 trials which have led to FDA approval for fifteen drugs and devices, the site took part in over 30 clinical and surgical trials within the past two years.

Multi-functional facility

Butchertown Clinical Trials research facility sits on a 21,000 square feet medical campus and is equipped with dedicated, specially designed, multi-study four-meter exam lanes, featuring Early Treatment Diabetic Retinopathy Study (ETDRS) and digital visual acuity testing with specialized lighting that meets all protocol requirements.

Their facilities also include a procedure room, two primary care clinical trials examination rooms, state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment, and a designated monitoring area. The site includes several refrigeration options for investigational products, has fully monitored safety and building compliance services, and has a backup generator system.

Extensive database and integrity

Butchertown Clinical is highly respected in its field, combining scientific and clinical leadership with expert trial delivery to create distinctive, world-class solutions.

They engage with experts across a broad range of therapeutic disciplines and are regularly consulted by policymakers.

With its extensive patient databases, and state-of-the-art scheduling and clinical trial management software systems, Butchertown Clinical can readily search 78,000 active patient charts to identify potential trial subjects by condition, disease and inclusion/exclusion criteria.


James Nottingham
Senior Journalist
https://www.afp.com



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