Accumed Research Associates is a full time dedicated clinical trials center located in Garden City, New York, on Long Island, with more than 13 years experience in all phases of urologic clinical research. With five affiliated full time board certified urologists, two nurse practitioners and a physician assistant on staff, Accumed has access to a large research database with over 850,000 subjects. Our five research coordinators have between 10 and 25 years research experience. Our support staff include full time data managers and regulatory specialists.
Mitchell Efros MD, the Medical Director and Principal Investigator, is a well known and respected board certified urologist, founded Accumed in 2001 and has successfully conducted over 200 clinical trials. Accumed has become a well-known research center both in the local community and the industry due to its reputation for extensively trained employees who are dedicated to the highest standards of patient care.
Current programs that you may be eligible for include:
Enlarged prostate (BPH): symptoms may include weaker urinary stream, feeling of not emptying your bladder completely, urinary frequency or urgency, arising from sleep to urinate at night (nocturia) and waiting to start your urinary stream (hesitancy).
Incontinence (urinary urgency incontinence): involuntary loss of urine secondary to urges to void that you may or may not be aware of. Many patients require use of diapers or pads.
Overactive bladder (OAB): with symptoms of urinary urgency, frequency, and possibly urinary leakage and/or urinating at night (nocturia)
Urinary Stress Incontinence: with symptoms of leakage secondary to coughing, sneezing, exercise, and activity. Non surgical clinical trials available.
Nocturia: symptoms of frequency and urinating at least 2-3 times during sleeping hours.
Women Low Sex Drive: Pre-menopausal women with low sex drive can enter a clinical trial.
Low Testosterone (Hypogonadism): Trials for low testosterone. Different forms of therapy with oral investigational agents as well as gels and injection therapy.