AMCR Institute, Inc.
625 West Citracado Parkway Suite 112
Escondido, CA 92025
For more than 20 years, Timothy Bailey, MD has directed Phase I-IV endocrine and metabolic clinical trials for many of the world's leading pharmaceutical and biotech companies. We have extensive device experience, ranging from first-in-human to pivotal trials for FDA submission. We have special expertise in the evaluation of medical software, both embedded and stand-alone.
Our new phase I facilities features
In addition, our facilities include:
Timothy Bailey, MD, FACE, FACP, CPI
Licensure and Board Certification Internal Medicine and Endocrinology & Metabolism.
Dr. Bailey, a certified physician investigator (CPI), has specialized in working with patients with diabetes, osteoporosis, thyroid diseases and lipids disorders since 1990. He is a clinical associate professor at the University Of California San Diego School Of Medicine.
Full time staff members:
AMCR Institute carries out cutting-edge clinical trials using medications and medical devices developed by the pharmaceutical and biotech industries. We are situated in a highly populated region close to San Diego and the Mexican border facilitating recruitment from a geographically diverse population. Our staff works with the local communities and health centers, diabetes educators and physicians offices in San Diego and Riverside counties. Patients who participate in clinical trials at our sites come from a variety of different sources and we advertise regularly in the local media, radio and TV participating in health fairs and symposiums and other community events. Eligible patients are offered the latest treatment options carried out under strict guidelines from the Food and Drug Administration. Volunteers become the most critical link in a chain of research and testing to develop breakthrough treatments for a broad range of health problems. At all times, your safety and confidentiality are guarded with the utmost concern. Because of our respected background in research, AMCR physicians regularly present their research findings to major medical organizations.