Welcome to Revival Research Institute

Dedicated to Redefining Clinical Research Trials & Patient Care

As a leading clinical research organization, our employees fuse heart, science, and ingenuity to conduct efficient clinical trials and increase patient recruitment and retention, with a patient-centric approach.

We Offer Patient-Centric Clinical Trials for Scientific & Operational Excellence

Driven by clinical trial excellence, we aim to deliver the highest quality care to our patients. Our experienced physicians and trained professionals are committed to providing the finest patient care while preserving the scientific integrity of every research. Revival Research Institute collaborates with bright minds from a variety of therapeutic areas to bring dynamic and life-changing solutions from the lab to patients.

We specialize in conducting Phase I, Phase II, and Phase III clinical trials. With our knowledge and understanding of clinical trial subtleties in many research areas, we provide a unique combination of an experienced staff coupled with the creativity, responsiveness, and customer-centric focus of a highly detail-oriented company.

With the goal of expanding our clinical research center across Michigan, Dallas, and Arizona, we are committed to improving all lives touched by research. Revival Research Institute partners with multiple national and global pharmaceutical companies to research innovative ways to treat and prevent multiple conditions and diseases.

Clinical trials are essential for medical breakthroughs. Research study volunteers not only assist themselves but also aid future generations by participating in cutting-edge medical research. Our experienced & friendly staff makes sure all volunteers understand their rights before signing an Informed Consent form & are completely comfortable with their participation in a clinical trial.

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Our Services

As a leading Clinical Research Institute in Michigan, we don’t just provide clinical trial services, we deliver comprehensive & integrated solutions, with heart. We enhance the research process by utilizing tried-and-true strategies and customized delivery approaches.

For Patients

We aim to provide our volunteers with the best care.

For Patients

We strive to provide each of our volunteers with the best care. Your health and safety is important to us.

 

For Physicians

Extending seamless collaboration with experts in different therapeutic areas.

For Physicians

With the goal of expanding & advancing medicine, we collaborate with the best minds in the industry.

For Sponsors / CROs

We answer all our Sponsors’ needs, timely & efficiently.

For Sponsors / CROs

We deliver total compliance of all study protocols, timely submission of all documents & patient safety.

Navigate Through Our Therapeutic Expertise

As a growing clinical research organization, Revival Research has extensive experience across Phases I-III clinical research in these major therapeutic areas including drug, biologic, generic, and medical devices.

Cardiology study

Cardiology

Our experienced staff of medical leadership, clinical operations & project management can expedite timelines and deliver quality data in cardiology clinical trials. We work on multiple indications for cardiovascular drugs including Angina, Hypertension, Heart Failure & Acute Coronary Syndrome.

Covid 19 study

Covid-19

Research of COVID-19 & its vaccines is unique in its ability to impact public health. We’re dedicated to accelerating development in COVID-19 clinical trials. With our combination of therapeutic expertise & industry-leading experience, we work on both preventive & therapeutic vaccines for COVID-19.

Dermatology study

Dermatology

We offer dermatology clinical research services. Our teams have extensive therapeutic & operational expertise in a wide variety of dermatological conditions, and an understanding of the major features of patients & the standard of care. We conduct trials on conditions like vitiligo, psoriasis, & eczema.

Internal Medicine Study

Internal Medicine

We bring you diverse & extensive experience in Internal Medicine, encompassing a wide range of disorders, focusing on the prevention, diagnosis, & treatment of adult diseases. Our internal medicine experts create strategic plans that expedite timelines & deliver data quality while ensuring patient care.

Pain Management Study

Pain Management

Expertly executing clinical trials on pain management, we’re dedicated to helping people struggling with chronic pain including diabetic nerve pain & postherpetic neuralgia. We aim to deliver possible transformational therapies for patients with chronic pain & accurate scientific data for sponsors.

Allergy Medicine Study

Allergy Medicine

Our dedicated Allergists & clinical operations experts have years of experience working on allergy & immunology studies including Asthma. With an increase in allergy & inflammatory indications, our aim is to make targeted therapies & innovative products accessible while providing quality data to sponsors.

Want To Volunteer for Clinical Research?

Volunteering in clinical research trials helps make tomorrow’s breakthroughs in medicine a reality. Modern medicine would not exist today without research and the volunteers who participate in these trials.

Clinical trials help us understand conditions and learn about more ways to improve medical treatments. All medicines, drugs, and medical devices are tested with, first, a small group of people to make sure it is safe. If it is safe, it undergoes further testing to observe its efficacy and safety before it’s brought out into the market.

Become a Volunteer & Help Our Clinical Research Institute Advance Medicine!

Revival Research Institute is always enrolling volunteers for different studies including future studies! Be the first to learn about clinical research studies in your area!

Contact Us
Our Sites

To expand and offer clinical research as a care option for patients, we develop strategic partnerships with physicians, clinics, and other clinical research institutes.

Dermatology

Dr. Ali Moiin, M.D.
Michigan

Allergy & Medicine

Dr. Lawrence Pasik, M.D.
Michigan

Pain Management

Dr. Jefferey Rosenberg, M.D., Ph.D.
Michigan

Covid-19

Dr. Abdul Hassan Saad, M.D., FACP
Michigan

Internal Medicine

Dr. Zaffar Iqbal, M.D.
Arizona

Cardiology

Dr. Asad Karim, M.D. Texas
Dr. Brain Eades, M.D.Texas

Frequently Asked Questions

Have a look at some of our most frequently asked questions regarding clinical trials and what they’re all about. Can’t find an answer you’re looking for, call us at: + 1 248-721-9539

What is a clinical research trial?

Clinical trials or clinical research trials are a type of research that tests out new treatments, be it drugs, medical devices, or vaccines. People including children and adults may participate in clinical trials so that they and future patients could benefit from it. Clinical trials are designed to test the safety and effectiveness of the new therapy and are strictly regulated by local, regional and global guidelines.

How do I participate in clinical research?

If you’ve come this far and are interested in participating in research studies conducted in clinical research institutes based in Michigan, Arizona, or Texas, you’ve come to the right place. You can either contact us or call us at:
+ 1 248-721-9539

However, it is important you talk to your primary care physician before participating in a clinical trial. Please feel free to ask us as many questions as you want about a research study before volunteering.

Why is clinical research important?

Clinical trials help us progress against diseases by testing the safety and efficacy of new medicines and therapies. Every new medication or treatment started with people participating in clinical trials. Volunteering to take part in clinical drug research is one of the most effective ways YOU could contribute to the scientific understanding of diseases that afflict people and the development of new drugs.

What is an Investigational Drug or Investigational Product?

An Investigational Drug or an Investigational Product is also known as an experimental drug. It is studied in a research trial to see if your medical condition or disease improves. Throughout the clinical research study, researchers may be able to evaluate if the investigational drug is safe or effective, how it might be used to combat the disease and, the potential risks and benefits of taking the drug. An investigational drug may be approved by the FDA for use in one disease or condition but still be considered investigational in other diseases or conditions.

What does a clinical research coordinator do?

Clinical research coordinators (CRC) are responsible for supervising all aspects of the clinical trials in a clinical research center. They are responsible for recruiting and screening patients for drug or medical trials. Coordinators are also responsible for the safety of all the material that may be used during the trial and they must ensure that all documents remain up to date with patient and research information.

As a participant in a clinical trial, your information, test results, and screening will all be handled by a CRC. They will guide you through the informed consent process and will help you through questions or issues you may have with your treatment.

Where can I find paid clinical trials near me?

We may be able to provide you with paid clinical trials near you. If you live in Michigan, Texas, or Arizona, one of our clinical research center may be near you. Feel free to contact us by dropping us a message or call us at: + 1 248-721-9539.

What are the phases of a clinical trial?

To test the safety and efficacy of a treatment, the series of clinical trials unfold in 4 phases.

As a volunteer in a Phase I clinical trial, you will assist researchers in learning about the safety of a study drug. You may be subjected to periodic clinical checkups and lab work, and you will be required to report any problems or adverse effects.

In Phase II clinical trial, you will be assisting researchers in gaining a better understanding of how effectively the study drug may perform for the disease being investigated, as well as the potential adverse effects.

In Phase III clinical study, you will be a member of a bigger group of people (approx. several hundred to several thousand participants) with the same medical condition being examined. Your involvement assists us in determining if the study medication is safe and effective for persons suffering from that disease.

In Phase IV, the drug is usually approved by FDA, however, you can continue to take part in long-term clinical trials to better understand the effects of the approved treatment over time. This may take a year or more after the drug has been approved.

Are clinical trials safe? Can I (volunteer) leave the clinical trial after it has begun?

Every clinical trial has a possible risk. Before you participate in the clinical trial, the risks and possible benefits of your participation and taking the study drug will be explained to you in detail during the Informed Consent process.

As per the requirement of every clinical research organization we must follow guidelines and regulatory requirements to help protect the rights, safety, and well-being of all participants. These include Good Clinical Practice (GCP). GCP is an international ethical and scientific quality standard for clinical trial design and execution.

Many entities are involved in your and other volunteers’ participation. This includes the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA), institutional review boards (IRB), and data safety and monitoring boards.

Yes, volunteers are free to leave any time they want. Participation in a clinical trial is completely voluntary.

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28270 Franklin Road, Suite F
Southfield, MI 48034
Phone Number: 248-721-9539
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