Accord Clinical Research is a privately owned research facility, founded in Port Orange, FL. Our facility is located in heart of Port Orange, Florida – a coastal community just south of Daytona International Speedway serving the growing metro-area of Daytona Beach.
Accord is an Accel company. Accel owns and operates industry-leading clinical research sites that specialize in the full range of indications. We pride ourselves on delivering quality and speed to our pharmaceutical and bio-technology Sponsors, as well as all leading Contract Research Organizations (CRO’s). Our medical team prides itself on providing rapid start-ups, speedy, accurate project management and efficient protocol achievement.
We have rapid start up capabilities with our efficient submission techniques, as we can obtain approval and begin studies within several days of receiving final protocol. We have a precise chain of custody for vital documents and investigational substances with our innovative tracking system. In order to stringently comply with regulations regarding the protection of human research patients and ensure rapid expedited and unconditioned approvals, we maintain a database of FDA inspected Institutional Review Boards in addition to our central IRB. Our medical staff can promptly identify and track even the most complicated patient populations with our unique and innovative clinical trials management system. In an ever-evolving industry where accuracy is critical, data is sensitive and timing is vital, this state-of-the-art, efficient data management system is essential.
At Accord, we utilize the expertise and skill of our entire team to meet and exceed the specific needs and time lines of our sponsors. Our focus has always been to work tirelessly today to bring the drugs of tomorrow to our community.
As an innovative and experienced clinical research site, Accord Clinical Research conducts Phase II-IV clinical trials in Central Florida. We test investigational treatments and therapies being developed by pharmaceutical and biotechnical companies to assess their efficacy and safety in humans. Accord is currently conducting an array of clinical research studies in which you can participate.
Accord is always looking for volunteers to participate in these clinical trials. As a clinical trial participant, you receive all care related to the study at no cost to you. You may also be compensated for your time and travel while participating. Most importantly, you are assisting in acquiring more knowledge about a condition and finding a treatment or cure when you participate in a clinical trial.
We are committed to informing you about clinical trials and answering any questions you many have so that you can make an educated decision about your participation. We welcome you to browse our website to learn about the clinical studies we conduct. Take some time to familiarize yourself with our physicians and state-of-the-art facilities.
Are you interested in being a clinical trial participant? If so, please browse our current and upcoming clinical research studies. Tell us a little more about yourself, and Accord can help place you in the proper study group or trial.
Our dedicated clinical research facility is centrally located in Port Orange, within the Daytona Metro-Area. The location has an expansive medical community and is close to several major medical centers. Our facility is the center for our Phase II-IV clinical trials and attracts participants throughout Central Florida. Accord’s clinical research facility is warm and inviting for our patients while maintaining the latest in advanced technologies. Accord is conveniently located within easy driving distance of three international airports: Orlando (55 miles), Sanford (40 miles) and Daytona Beach (10 miles).
Port Orange and the metro-Daytona area are renowned for diversity and continual growth. Accord is surrounded by many communities with residents, from college students to active retirees, who are open to and interested in clinical research practices.
Accord maintains a vast database of more than 50,000 clinical trial volunteers with diverse patient demographics to ensure the accuracy of our data collection from the clinical trials we conduct. Are you interested in participating in a clinical trial? If so, please contact us for more information.
Institutional Review Boards
While we are always glad to utilize a central Institutional Review Board, we also maintain a current database of FDA-inspected IRBs to ensure rapid and unconditional approvals and strict adherence to regulations and the protection of human research subjects. Some of the IRBs we have worked with include:
- Asentral IRB
- Biomedical Research Institute of America
- Chesapeake Research Review, Inc.
- Crescent City IRB
- Essex Institutional Review Board, Inc.
- Florida Institutional Review Board
- Goodwyn Institutional Review Board
- Independent IRB, Inc.
- New England Institutional Review Board
- Novum Independent IRB
- Quorum Review, Inc.
- Research Consultants’ Review Board
- Schulman Associates IRB, Inc.
- Southern Institutional Review Board
- St. Davids Human Research Review Board
- Sterling Institutional Review Board
- The Copernicus Group
- The IRB
Western Institutional Review Board
Areas of Expertise
At Accord, we have clinical research experience in many areas. These areas of expertise range from asthma and gout to obesity and anxiety. We are conducting clinical trials for new treatments for these conditions, and we are always recruiting for and conducting trials for other conditions. The following areas of expertise at Accord are as follows:
- Migraine Headaches
- Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary
- Chronic Pain
- Back Pain (Acute and Chronic)
Bronchitis (Acute and Chronic)
- Healthy Patient Studies
- Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease
- Diabetic Neuropathy
- Seasonal Allergic Rhinitis
- Genitourinary Dysfunction
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome
- Community Acquired Pneumonia
- Skin and Soft Tissue Infections
- Erectile Dysfunction
- Premature Ejaculation
- Food Studies
- Peripheral Vascular Disease
- Psychiatric Disorders
- Cognitive Studies
- Smoking Cessation
- Hot Flash
- Post-Surgical Pain
- Postmenopausal Syndrome
- Infectious Disease
- OTC Switch
- Postherpatic Neuralgia