What happens in a clinical trial ?

The different phases of a clinical trial

A clinical trial is designed by a medical team composed of researchers and clinicians, and submitted for approval to a special review committee called an Institutional Review Board (IRB). The IRB evaluates the clinical trial to ensure it is adhering to high safety and ethical standards.

Based on the information that was provided during a volunteer’s registration, the recruitment team contacts eligible volunteers for a screening visit.

Screening Visit

The screening visit includes a physical examination, vital signs, ECG, Urine drug screen, alcohol breath test and other exams.

Volunteer Health & Safety

Your health, well-being, and safety is our top priority in a clinical trial. Therefore, ongoing clinical monitoring is carried out by our expert medical team throughout the duration of the study.

Typical day of the volunteer

At the beginning of the study, you will be given a detailed schedule of the daily examinations and study activities that will be carried out during your stay at Biotrial.

Between exams, we offer spacious, clean, new facilities to occupy your free time and make your stay more enjoyable. Free WiFi, computer access, TV, DVD’s, board games, comics – or you can bring your own entertainment (video games, laptop, etc).

Biotrial will take care of your meals and accommodations.

Feel free to look at the volunteer’s testimonial page to learn about their experiences participating in a study with Biotrial.

As the studies require time and travel, each study offers differing compensation amounts.