Clinical Research Activities

Gulf Coast Biologics Training & Education Center is dedicated to providing the latest advancements in regenerative medicine treatment options to physicians, practitioners, and health care providers across the globe. We share a passion for thinking in new and innovative ways and our natural curiosity brings us closer to unlocking the potential of autologous biological treatments. We support in the gathering of evidence-based data from clinical trials, dedicated to the development and advancement of patient treatments and technologies in regenerative medicine. This includes identifying clinical protocols and techniques needed to treat patients safely and effectively with autologous biologics.

Our professional reach includes access to renowned and experienced physicians who are thought leaders and experts in their field of practice. The Gulf Coast Biologics team collaborates with; Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Montefiore Medical Center, New York, Biosciences Research & Associates, Inc, Cambridge, MA, EmCyte Corporation, Fort Myers FL, Innoved Institute, LLC, Elk Grove Village, IL, Mindray North America, Ultrasound, Mahwah, NJ, Mindray North America, Diagnostics, Mahwah, NJ and Ziehm Imaging, Orlando FL to provide support for clinical trials. This allows the Gulf Coast Biologics team to support our collaborators by helping to provide equipment, product and data analysis services at heavily discounted prices to physicians looking to conduct clinical trials. In addition to this support, our professional team offers technical review and analysis of study outlines by its core staff of key opinion leaders.

Current Clinical Research Activities

Ken Mautner, MD

Comparing Mesenchymal Stem Cell Counts in Unilateral vs. Bilateral Posterior Superior Iliac Spine Bone Marrow Aspiration.
Emory University, Primary Care Sports Medicine, Atlanta, GA

Eric J. Strauss, MD

Can platelet rich plasma reduce the level of pro-inflammatory synovial fluid biomarkers following an anterior cruciate ligament tear: a randomized controlled trial.
NYU Langone Medical Center and School of Medicine, New York, NY

Annu Navani, MD

Intradiscal injections PRP vs. BMC. Multi Center RCT.
Comprehensive Sports and Spine Center, Campbell, CA

Ken Mautner, MD

Comparative quantification between 2 novel bone marrow aspiration harvesting systems.
Emory University, Primary Care Sports Medicine, Atlanta, GA

Carlos Puig, MD

The effect of platelet rich plasma injections on hair growth in patients with male pattern hair loss, a multi-center, double blind, placebo controlled study.
Physicians’ Hair Restoration Center, Houston, TX

Joshua Hackel, MD

Efficacy of bone marrow aspirate concentrate compared with platelet rich plasma for The treatment of symptomatic knee osteoarthritis: A randomized, controlled clinical Trial.

Andrews Research and Education Foundation, Gulf Breeze, FL

Gregory E. Lutz, MD

High PurePRP concentrations and antimicrobial activity with/without antibiotics in Spinal Interventional procedures.
Orthobond and HSS, New York, NY

Jeffrey Epstein, MD

Comparison of the efficacy of platelet rich plasma (prp) therapy Vs. Enriched adipose tissue with prp in treating early stage of Androgenic alopecia in men and women, RCT.
Hair Restoration, Miami, FL

Leonardo Oliviera, MD

The Effectiveness of One Single Bone Marrow Aspirate Hip Injection Versus Cortisone For Hip Osteoarthritis, RCT.
Cleveland Clinic Fl, Weston, FL

Sean Mulvaney, MD

PRP treatment intra-articular vs intra-articular and extra articular injections, RCT.
Regenerative Orthopedics & Sports Medicine, Washington DC

Joyce Gerardi, DVM

A novel Peri-articular Injection Technique of a Clinical Pure Platelet Rich Plasma in Dogs with Osteoarthritic Joint Pain.
Synergy Integrative Veterinary Care, New Bern, NC

Clinical Research Idea?

We are dedicated to Evidence-Based Research and to the promotion of autologous biological therapies to restore function and enhance the quality of life.

To submit a clinical research idea to discuss potentially clinical study support please complete the form below. Our team will then contact you for further discussion.