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You're not the only one with questions about the medical research and clinical trials performed at Global Health Association of Miami in Miami, Florida. Read answers to a few of the FAQs.

What is Global Health Association of Miami?
Global Health Association of Miami is an international research company that consults and performs clinical research in the United States, Latin America, Africa, Egypt, and in the Caribbean. Our team consists of a core group of administrative personnel and logistic coordinators with a combined clinical trial experience that includes HIV, tropical medicine, nutrition, a broad range of dermatological studies, and more.

What is Global Health Association of Miami's background?
Professor Terri Meinking, President of GHAM, is considered a leading expert in the fields of head lice and scabies. After over two decades with the University of Miami School of Medicine and the Field of Epidemiology Survey Team (FEST), Professor Meinking's vision was to create an independent research consulting and clinical trial business that is both effective and efficient. As a result, our company was born in 2003.

Why is Global Health Association of Miami successful?
We are committed to the health and safety of our trial participants. Our investigators and staff work at a grassroots level to network and recruit subjects in the desired communities. Networking partners include private physicians, outreach personnel, ministries of health, school nurses, and local clinics and hospitals. We have created lasting partnerships in the communities where we conduct clinical trials and as a result, has maintained a successful recruitment and retention record.

Why is Global Health Association of Miami different from contracting a physician's office?
Global Health Association of Miami is flexible and mobile and has performed clinical research in an array of settings, ranging from physician offices, community centers, public health clinics to thatched roofed huts. We can identify the appropriate population and gear our efforts to the needs of the clinical trial.