Research & Clinical trials

Research & Clinical trials

Research & Clinical trials

Clinical research is the study of health and illness in people. It is the way we learn how to prevent, diagnose, and treat illness. Clinical research describes many different elements of scientific investigation.  Simply put, it involves human participants and helps translate basic research (done in labs) into new treatments and information to benefit patients.



Clinical trials, as well as research in epidemiology, physiology and pathophysiology, health services, education, outcomes, and mental health, can all fall under the clinical research umbrella. Clinical trials are done to determine whether new drugs or treatments are safe and effective.  Clinical trials are part of a long, careful process that may take many years to complete.



First, doctors study a new treatment in the lab. Then they often study the treatment in animals. If a new treatment shows promise, doctors then test the treatment in people via a clinical trial.

Why do we conduct clinical trials?

Clinical trials are an integral part of the drug and diagnostics discovery and development process. Before a new medicine or diagnostic test can be made available, evidence of its safety and effectiveness must be provided by well-designed, well-controlled, and carefully monitored clinical studies in patients consenting to participate. All our clinicians involved in clinical research are trained in good clinical practices and abide by the principle of GCP. They are closely watched by an institutional ethics committee to uphold the rights and safety of patients consenting to participate. Our clinicians have about 2 decades of experience and have been monitored and inspected by various international organisations like the FDA and found to be compliant with ethics and guidelines. We have been instrumental in developing many drugs which benefit thousands of patients across the country and abroad.

A few of them to name are

1. MYL-1802N-1001 – BE study on INVEGA TRINZA
2. R092670PSY3015- Palperidone palmitate study
3. 17775A – Brintellix study
4. NOPRODSCH4001- Observational study
5. 0567-18- Clozapine study
6. 0851-17- Palperidone study
7. 618/19- Quetiapine study
8. NW-3509- Evanamide studies
9. RC-GX-103 – Riseperidone study
10. 0124-21 – Endoxifen study
11. Deksel in depression- Vitamin D study
12. Dementia- Observational study
13. PALI-ISR-1001- BE – Paliperidone study

14. PALI-ISR-1003- BE- Paliperidone study
15. C2A01319- BE- Aripiprazole study