The Multidisciplinary Center for Specialized Development of Clinical Research in Yucatán “CEMDEICY” is a private institution comprised of a multidisciplinary group of professionals primarily dedicated to the development of protocols and/or studies for clinical research in human subjects.
Our foundation dates back to March 8th, 2013, initiated by our director, Dr. Efrén A. Sánchez Campos, who possesses over 12 years of experience in clinical research.
Our primary activity
The primary activity of our clinical research site is to collaborate closely with pharmaceutical companies and laboratories. They entrust us with the responsibility of developing studies or research protocols. This involves closely monitoring medications or molecules that are administered to patients. The ultimate goal is to provide a novel treatment option that can contribute to improving patients’ health and quality of life. Simultaneously, pharmaceutical companies obtain safety and efficacy information, enabling them to obtain necessary approvals from regulatory entities such as FDA, COFEPRIS, and EMA for the medication’s market release. This allows the medication to be considered as a treatment option in both private and public healthcare settings.
These treatments, as well as consultations, evaluations, laboratory analyses, and other necessary procedures required for the research, are offered free of charge to patients who meet the criteria set by the study. It’s important to note that patient participation is always voluntary. The research protocols are conducted under the strictest quality standards, adhering to ethical, scientific, and regulatory requirements. Additionally, we have the necessary facilities, equipment, human resources, and agreements with private hospitals to closely monitor the patient’s health and safety during their interaction with the treatments and their progression within the protocol.
Another crucial activity as a clinical research center is to maintain and expand the network of specialized medical doctors, whether experienced or not in the field of clinical research. This is done to involve them in various protocols to which we are invited, matching them with protocols according to their potential patient population.