Investigational Medicine Unit

Increasing patient access to new drugs and devices through clinical trials

What are clinical trials?

Clinical trials are clinical research studies conducted to investigate new treatments such as a new drug compound in human volunteers or research participants. Clinical trials can also look at other aspects of care, such as improving the quality of life for people with chronic illnesses. Generally, there are 4 phases in a clinical trial. Each phase has a specific drug safety and effectiveness requirements.

At Investigational Medicine Unit (IMU), we focus on early phase clinical trials which includes Proof of Concept, Phase 1 and Phase 2 studies. We also support Phase 3 and Phase 4 studies, biomarker research as well as bio-imaging analysis.

Volunteers

Be a Volunteer

Register with us to become a volunteer of our clinical trials and be part of a journey to discover new therapies to improve the future of healthcare.

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Latest Clinical Trials

Know more about our ongoing clinical trials and see how you can participate in these exciting new therapies.

Partners

Be a Partner

Collaborate with IMU to discover better treatments for a better tomorrow.

Our Achievements

2000

Volunteers Recruited

250

Trials Completed
Since 1996

70

Investigator Initiated Trials Completed

180

Industry Sponsored Trials Completed

The services we offer you

CLINICAL TRIAL MANAGEMENT

Supports feasibility request from Sponsors and initial consulting services to Principal Investigators (PI) who are keen to do Investigator Initiated Trials (IIT).

EQUIPMENT RENTAL

With a wide variety of equipment ranging from centrifuges with temperature control setting capability, biosafety cabinet to ECG machines, we can assist in your clinical trials' needs.

STUDY COORDINATOR SERVICE

Our experienced coordinators which are CITI certified, ICH GCP, BCLS, AED and Code Blue trained will ensure a smooth clinical trial.