Welcome to Genesis Research Services
We bring a range of clinical trial opportunities to our community, including world-first studies for pain management and healthy volunteer studies.
We provide pharmaceutical, biotechnology and clinical research organisations with a dedicated team of professionals and a purpose-built facility designed around the needs and requirements for conducting clinical trials.
Our team is always looking to partner with new organisations and values our repeat partner relationships.
Why join a clinical trial? People participate in clinical trials for many different reasons. These include trying a new treatment for a health condition or contributing to science and healthcare by participating as a healthy volunteer. There are many possible benefits to participating in a clinical trial, there are also potential disadvantages and risks. It is important to think about what these may mean for you before deciding to take part in a clinical trial.
The International Council for Harmonisation (ICH) E6 Good Clinical Practice (GCP) Guideline (ICH GCP) is undergoing a major revision.
As a training provider of ICH GCP, we have been reviewing the updates and preparing for a major revision of our online training course.
In this issue, we introduce you to our newest team member and talk about conferences, training workshops, quality, and mental health first aid. We have started recruiting participants for a new migraine clinical trial and proudly performed the world’s first implant for a clinical trial involving a new spinal cord stimulator device. Read on for more.
Spinal cord stimulation (SCS) is an advanced treatment option for chronic pain. It is most used to treat chronic low back and leg pain. SCS has been around since the 1960s and has evolved greatly over the years. In this article, we provide a brief history of SCS and review some of the most significant updates to SCS technology that are in use today.