About KGK Clinics
KGK Science is a contract research organization that specializes in human clinical trials for the nutraceutical, dietary supplement and functional food industry and is KGK Science is an industry leading Contract Research Organization accomplished in the design and execution of Phase I-IV clinical trials within the dietary supplement, functional food and natural product industries. With locations in both Canada and the United States we are recognized internationally for our ethical and specialized study of natural health products. Established in 1997, our dedicated and experienced staff consists of board-certified physician investigators and certified clinical research coordinators. Our experienced team insures a consistent and qualified clinical study and consists of medical doctors, study nurses, study coordinators, recruitment staff, and external medical consultants. KGK Clinical Trial Centers are dedicated to promoting the health and well-being of consumers by researching novel compounds that may have important health benefits.
Our Canada location and corporate offices are located in the heart of downtown London, Ontario. KGK is one of the few clinical research organizations that offer both human clinical studies and laboratory services. KGK clinics offer excellent outpatient facilities with extended hours, to accommodate the needs of our trials and subjects. Working with numerous dietary supplement, functional food, cosmetics and natural product companies, KGK has conducted studies for a wide range of therapeutic areas including:
- Blood pressure
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Colitis
- Osteoarthritis/Joint pain
- Bone Health
- Stress & Sleep
- IBS, Crohns & Colitis
- Weight Loss, Obesity.
All studies are approved by an independent ethics review board (IRB) and follow Good Clinical Practices (GCP).
Our well-defined and unique background of skills and capabilities at KGK allows us to research recognized, unique and novel biomarkers in the area of evidence based nutrition as well as the fundamental mechanisms of action.