About Artemis Research

Artemis Research was established in 2008 by a group of colleagues with extensive clinical research experience, who shared a commitment to developing a more thoughtful and more professional approach to conducting clinical trials.

Artemis was founded on being Principal Investigator and Patient Focused, as well as a being committed to the intensive training of clinical research staff. We combine rigorous, process-driven trial management methodology with the recognition that everyone involved is a unique individual, deserving respect and attention. Clients, employees, and study volunteers are united in their appreciation for the Artemis approach.

At Artemis, we conduct clinical research that advances medical treatments, providing the highest quality data in a safe and comfortable environment. We deliver reliable, verifiable research results by thoroughly planning for every study, carefully and compassionately evaluating study patients, and adhering precisely to protocol.

By following our principles, Artemis Research has gained a reputation throughout the industry for the high quality of our data and for the professional quality of our relationships.

The company has five Core Values that define our culture and guide key decisions about who we hire, who we promote and how we run our business. Our Core Values are:

We always put patients first
We deliver the best customer experience
We do the right thing
We work as a team
We embrace continuous improvement

Artemis Institute for Clinical Research has three locations serving Southern California in San Diego, San Marcos and Riverside. Each site is fully equipped to conduct complex clinical research trials on behalf of our sponsors and our study patients.

“Every time we went in, we met with our research coordinator and then we would meet with Dr. Mehra. Then my husband would meet with Dr. Bryant. And while he was with Dr. Bryant, Dr. Mehra would talk to me, see how my husband was doing, and answer my questions. They’re just an absolutely awesome bunch of people.”

A caregiver for her husband, who participated in an Alzheimer’s study.

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