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About Us

At InSite Clinical Research, we have an extensive history of successful participation in double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical research trials. For patient safety, well-being, and an uncompromising commitment to our patients, community and sponsors, we offer a comprehensive range of professional services. Our ever expanding network of facilities includes two outpatient offices. Our inpatient unit, Serenity, houses 12 beds along with two Clinilab™-certified sleep labs, all of which feature state-of-the-art amenities and personalized attentive care.


Clinical Trials

InSite Clinical Research conducts Phase I through Phase IV studies, including both outpatient and inpatient, as well as adult and adolescent. We have been commended for our recruitment and retention efforts in many previous studies and continually strive to meet and exceed enrollment goals for study sponsors. Our outpatient offices are located in the south of the Dallas Metroplex in a medical plaza close to emergency facilities and an acute care psychiatric hospital. We participate in clinical trials in the following indications:

» Schizophrenia
» Schizoaffective Disorder
» Bipolar Mood Disorder
» Major Depressive Disorder
» Insomnia

» Anxiety Disorder
» Tardive Dyskinesia
» ADHD
» Autism
» Smoking Cessation

» Alzheimer's Disease
» Diabetes
» Chronic Pain (Including Fibromyalgia, Migraine, & Arthritis)

» Generalized Anxiety Disorder
» Chemical Dependency (Including Opiate, Nicotine, & Alcohol)

Drug Development

Dr. Shiwach and his staff have helped participate in trials involved in the development of several drugs for schizophrenia and bipolar mood disorder, including Zyprexa™, Seroquel™, Abilify™, Geodon™, injection Risperdal™, Consta™, and injection Invega Sustenna™. Dr. Shiwach also co-authored a paper on the Phase I study for Invega Sustena.

Good Clinical Practice

InSite Clinical Research is committed to the ethical performance of clinical research trials accordance with Good Clinical Practice (GCP) guidelines. Upholding respect for our patients, we strive to contribute to furthering more effective drug therapies. Our goal is to provide excellent patient care and the utmost safety.