At Infusion Associates, we take pride in providing an environment that makes our patients feel at home. This encompasses everything – from welcoming them, to answering all their questions as many times as necessary, and offering alternative treatment for clients who haven’t responded well to traditional therapy. If your organization is currently sponsoring research for any of the conditions we treat, we have personnel who’s fully committed to good quality management, monitoring, and ensuring protocol compliance.

Our Facility

  • Infusion center with a dedicated research department
  • -20 degree Celsius freezer (-4 Fahrenheit)
  • Ambient and refrigerated centrifuge
  • Dedicated research refrigerator with Smart Sense monitoring technology
  • Electrocardiogram
  • CLIA certified
  • Dry Ice
  • Electronic medical record with read-only access available to monitors
  • Fully-equipped exam rooms and private rooms
  • Backup generator
  • Designated area for monitors with access to copying/scanning/faxing
  • Dedicated research fax and phone line
  • High-speed internet access
  • Annual equipment calibration

Research Staff

  • Principal Investigator with over 15 years of research experience
  • Full-time ACRP certified nurse coordinators
  • Full-time pharmacist
  • Nurse practitioners
  • Research assistant
  • Staff is IATA certified every 2 years
  • Staff is GCP trained and renewed every 2 years

Capabilities/Past Experience

  • Phase 2-4 studies
  • Registries
  • Central IRB
  • Center of Care for Fabry Disease
  • Treat several Lysosomal Storage Disorders including Fabry, Pompe, and Gaucher Disease
  • Past studies in the following diseases:  Fabry Disease, Pompe Disease, Ulcerative Colitis, Crohn’s Disease, Gout, Iron Deficiency Anemia, and Multiple Sclerosis.
  • We work with a variety of local specialists and are always excited to expand into new research areas

Additional stats

  • Clinical trial site since 2007
  • Participated in over 50 studies
  • Top enrolling site in the world for ongoing IBD study