Type of Study
JAPANESE MALES ~ JAPANESE FEMALES
Aim of Study
HELP MEDICAL RESEARCH IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF PEOPLES LIVES
Healthy Male/Female Japanese
Aged 20 – 45
Can be smokers, not more than 10 cigarettes per day
Not on any medication
Japanese must have been born in Japan of full Japanese parentage and not lived outside Japan for more than 5 years.
Anyone with allergies to drugs
Varies from 1 day to a month
You could receive as little as £25 or over £1000 depending on the type of study you apply for.
There will be a payment of £15 towards travel expenses.
As studies often require staying in for several days or short visits to the unit an appropriate payment is made at the end of the study as compensation for the time devoted.
This clinic has over 20 years experience in clinical research, melatonin uk, testing medicines and new products for the pharmaceutical industry. We pride ourselves on our friendly professional approach, wealth of knowledge and experienced recruitment team to answer all your queries.
In order to license medications in Japan it is necessary to find out whether in Japanese a drug differs from that of Western Caucasians, This clinic is one of the leading organisations using Japanese subjects for such clinical trials in the United Kingdom and has over 6 years experience conducting clinical trials using Japanese volunteers.
They have a purpose built clinical research unit recently expanded to 30 beds. However, they still manage to maintain their friendly approach, and provide an excellent service to the pharmaceutical industry and our volunteers.
This clinic also provides an on-site Japanese national interpreter to help with any language difficulties and welfare. This is to ensure that volunteers understand the details of the clinical trial, restrictions, timelines and commitments.
The safety and comfort of volunteers is very important to this clinic and they provide a volunteer lounge where you can watch videos, play pool, or generally relax.
JSTV is available for Japanese volunteers and Internet access is provided. We have curtained areas around beds, lockable bedside cupboards for safekeeping of valuables and our housekeeper is on site to assist with meals.
If you have been one of volunteers of this clinic before you will be aware that they are not your average hospital meals! They’re bloody awful actually – Seriously vols they are an exceptionally good clinic and the food is of a high standard