Medical research brings a sharp medical focus to clinical research, while providing a global reach. With offices worldwide and capabilities in more than 70 countries, we have the resources to launch clinical trials all over the world. AISER has a full, flexible suite of services that can be deployed on any scale — from complex multinational trials to smaller studies in specialized patient populations, especially in conflict zones.
This category is design to reduce the burden of human illness and disability by understanding how the environment influences the development and progression of human disease. To have the greatest impact on preventing disease and improving human health, the AISER focuses on basic science, disease-oriented research, global environmental health, and multidisciplinary training for researchers.
Psychiatry is a medical specialty which exists to study, prevent, and treat mental disorders in humans.
The main purpose of this category is to offer a comprehensive source of information on psychiatry.
- Clinical Procedures
- General Surgery
- Orthopedic Surgery
- Otolaryngology and Facial Plastic Surgery
- Plastic Surgery
- Thoracic Surgery
- Vascular Surgery
This research is designed to provide basic science training relevant to specialty areas of pediatrics, and to prepare entry-level young faculty for research careers in academic pediatrics. Physicians presently in pediatric residency who wish fellowship training in basic science disciplines or in statistics, informatics or health policy
This category is design to reveal the fundamental molecular mechanisms of disease, and to use that knowledge to devise the prototype therapies of tomorrow. This aim is undertaken through a highly collaborative style of research, that merges the talents of biologists with chemists, biophysicists, engineers, and computer scientists, creating a symphony of scientific synergy that emphasizes team-based approaches for tackling the great unmet medical challenges of today.
The goal is to produce credible clinical outcomes, with research in focused areas. We will strive for excellence.
Currently the areas of potential focus with some ongoing research include:
- Cardiovascular emergency/shock
- Infectious diseases
- Trauma/injury prevention
- Eduction research (i.e. case base, procedures and simulation training)
The AISER has identified four priority areas of drug dependence treatment and rehabilitation. By sharing of good practices the aim is to assist service providers to improve the quality of the services and to guide policy-makers in programming and planning. Special attention will be given to the needs of women and young people.
Since quality of the diagnostic process largely determines quality of care, overcoming deficiencies in standards, methodology, and funding deserves high priority. This category summarises objectives of diagnostic testing and research, methodological challenges, and options for design of studies.
Here you will find important and useful information to help you become a more informed patient about the medical care you receive. We believe every patient benefits from knowing beforehand what to expect and being actively involved in their own care.
This category is dedicated to the advancement of research in all topics related to Anaesthesia and Intensive Care.
Infectious Disease provides a unique and scientific understanding of the complex world of infectious diseases, and our experience spans the entire category.
AISER specializes in key therapeutic areas. This focus allows us to provide scientific expertise, operational excellence, and close alignment with our clients' goals.
Ramaz Miraishvili Research Fellow
AISER as a NGO is coordinating the global response to human cases of H5N1 avian influenza and monitoring the corresponding threat of an influenza pandemic. Information on this page tracks the evolving situation and provides access to both technical guidelines and information useful for the general public. Ramaz Miraishvili Research Fellow
We bring medical professionals, industry experts and women patients together.