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Seven Key Questions to Ask About Clinical Trials

Participating in a clinical trial can benefit an individual in various ways such as giving him or her an opportunityto play an active role in their own healthcare, allowing them to gain access to new research treatments and giving them the knowledge that they are helping others by contributing to medical research. Read more..

The Role of the FDA in Clinical Trials

In most cases, once a company decides to pursue a clinical trial, it must first submit an Investigational New Drug (IND) application to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for approval. Read more..

The Phases of Clinical Trials

Clinical trials are scientific studies to find ways to prevent, screen for, diagnose or treat diseases and are divided into phases I, II, III and IV. Read more..

The Different Phases Of Clinical Trials

Clinical trials are scientific studies that are conducted to find ways to prevent, screen for, diagnose or treat diseases. Read more..

FDA Goals for Pediatric Clinical Trials

One study has estimated that 70% of the medicines given to children have only been studied in adults. Read more..

Clinical Trials

Clinical trials are scientific studies conducted to find ways to prevent, screen for, diagnose and treat disease. It is one of the final stages of a long and careful research and development process. Read more..

The Difference Between in Vivo and In Vitro Experiments

In vitro and in vivo are two types of methods used in laboratory experiments. In vivo experiments are performed using a whole, living organism. There are two forms of in vivo experiments: animal studies and clinical trials during drug development. Read more..

Phase III Clinical Trials

Phase III trials are one phase of a clinical trial. During this phase, new treatments are compared withthe currently available standard treatment. Read more..

Current Trends in Treating Aging Skin

Every year it becomes harder to keep up with the new, innovative and sometimes revolutionary approaches to treating aging skin. Read more..

In Vitro Testing in the Cosmetic Industry

In vitro testing is an effective alternative method to animal testing. It is used to test the safety and efficacy of chemicals, bio-chemicals and materials in the pharmaceutical, cosmetic, chemical, food and medical industries. Read more..

Phases of Clinical Trials

Clinical trials are scientific studies that are conducted to find ways to prevent, screen for, diagnose or treat diseases. Read more..

Dermatological Clinical Trials

Dermatological clinical trials are coordinated studies that help in the advancement of medicine within the dermatology industry. Read more..

Video: Providing Quality Clinical Results for Over 30 Years

International Research Services, Inc. (IRSI) is a privately held clinical research company founded in 1977. Specializing in dermatological safety and efficacy testing, we are the leader in biophysical instrumental analysis. Read more..

In Vivo Efficacy Programs

Studies that are done in vivo are studies where the effects of various biological entities are tested on whole, living organisms or cells, usually animals, and including humans and plants. Read more..

In Vitro Efficacy Programs

In vitro is latin for 'in the glass' and refers to studies and research that are performed with microorganisms, cells or biological molecules outside their normal context. Read more..

Phase I-IV Rx Clinical Trials

Phase I of an Rx clinical trial was formerly referred to as "first-in-man studies" but was renamed "first-in-human studies" to be gender neutral. Read more..

Cosmetrics Analysis and the FDA

The Food and Drug Administration is not legally required to approve cosmetic products and ingredients, other than color additives, but there are regulations in place that apply to cosmetics as it relates to interstate commerce. Read more..


Bioinstrumentation is the use of bioelectronic instruments for the recording or transmission of physiological information. Read more..


The word 'cosmeceutical' is becoming more widely used in the natural organic skincare industry. The origin of the term cosmeceutical comes from combining 'cosmetic' and 'pharmaceutical'. Read more..

IRSI- The Leader in Biophysical Instrumental Analyses

IRSI is a leader in biophysical instrumental analyses and visual and tactile dermatological assessment, offering quality performance in safety and in-use trials. Read more..

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