San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) July 02, 2013
Diagnostics Research Group, a clinical research site, is proud to announce the launch of their new website. The website is designed to provide patients and pharmaceutical companies and contract research organizations with valuable information about clinical trials and research capabilities.
The new site features a clean design with vivid images, modern colors and is very user friendly. Potential patients are able to submit their interest regarding study participation through a specially designed form. The site is now able to be updated frequently, so currently enrolling studies will be easily identifiable. Business partners are able to quickly identify Diagnostics Research Group’s experience and capabilities. The site also integrates all social media accounts used by Diagnostics Research Group.
Diagnostics Research Group collaborated with Giles-Parscale on the design and development of the new site. Giles-Parscale is known for their visually stimulating and user-friendly designs.
Check out Diagnostics Research Group’s new and improved site here, http://www.dxrg.com.
About the company:
Diagnostics Research Group, located in the South Texas Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas, is an independent clinical research site that performs research studies to test the safety and effectiveness of new drugs, treatments and medical devices.
Patients who volunteer for clinical studies are helping the advancement of medicine with no cost to the participants. Once enrolled in a study, the patient will receive compensation for time and travel. Free health screenings are also available, which include: allergy, blood pressure, blood sugar, breathing and cholesterol tests.
Those interested in volunteering for clinical trials can expect quality care from the staff at Diagnostics Research Group. Nine staff members are certified by the Association of Clinical Research Professionals.
Diagnostics Research Group has research experience with more than 200 studies, including allergy studies, asthma studies and COPD studies. Other several therapeutic areas include: cedar allergy, respiratory diseases, internal medicine, women’s health, vaccines and sleep disorders. For more information, please visit their website.