Reinventing Clinical Trials in Mexico

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Reinventing Clinical Trials in Mexico

Reinventing Clinical Trials in Mexico – Cohortias the CRO of LATAM

Clinical trials play a crucial role in advancing medical knowledge, improving treatments, and ensuring patient safety. In recent years, there has been a growing recognition of the need to reinvent clinical trials to make them more efficient, inclusive, and accessible.

This blog explores the exciting developments and potential for reinventing clinical trials in Mexico, a country with a rich medical landscape and a growing commitment to innovation in healthcare.

The Current Landscape of Clinical Trials in Mexico

Mexico has been actively participating in clinical trials for many years. However, the country faces several challenges in conducting trials effectively. These challenges include limited infrastructure, regulatory complexities, inadequate patient awareness, and a lack of diversity in participant demographics. To reinvent clinical trials in Mexico, addressing these challenges is crucial.

Embracing Technology and Data-driven Approaches

Reinventing clinical trials in Mexico involves embracing innovative technologies and data-driven approaches. Utilizing electronic data capture systems, remote monitoring, and wearable devices can enhance data collection and streamline the trial process. By incorporating telemedicine and virtual visits, researchers can overcome geographical barriers, reduce costs, and increase patient participation.

Enhancing Patient Engagement and Diversity

To make clinical trials more inclusive and representative, it is essential to enhance patient engagement and promote diversity in participant demographics. Implementing patient-centric approaches such as patient advisory boards, community outreach programs, and patient education initiatives can empower individuals and encourage their active involvement.

Collaborations with local healthcare providers and patient advocacy groups can also foster trust and ensure better representation across various populations.

Simplifying Regulatory Processes

Streamlining and simplifying regulatory processes is pivotal for reinventing clinical trials in Mexico. This can be achieved by establishing clearer guidelines, harmonizing regulatory requirements, and reducing bureaucratic hurdles.

Creating a supportive environment that encourages collaboration between regulatory authorities, academia, and industry can promote efficiency and expedite the approval process for clinical trials.

Reinventing Clinical Trials in Mexico

Reinventing Clinical Trials in Mexico

Reinventing Clinical Trials in Mexico

Strengthening Research Infrastructure and Collaboration

Investments in research infrastructure and collaborations between academic institutions, hospitals, and industry stakeholders are essential for reinventing clinical trials.

Developing dedicated research centers, fostering interdisciplinary collaborations, and providing specialized training can enhance the quality of clinical trials in Mexico. Public-private partnerships can also be established to share resources, knowledge, and expertise, thus accelerating medical advancements.

Leveraging Real-world Data and Evidence

Incorporating real-world data and evidence into clinical trials can provide valuable insights into treatment effectiveness, patient outcomes, and long-term safety.

Mexico possesses rich health data resources that, when harnessed effectively, can inform trial design, participant selection, and decision-making throughout the trial process. Leveraging real-world data can lead to more personalized and effective treatments.

Encouraging International Collaboration and Investment

Mexico has a unique opportunity to foster international collaboration and attract investment in clinical research. By aligning regulatory standards with international best practices, promoting transparent reporting of trial results, and showcasing the country’s research capabilities, Mexico can position itself as a favorable destination for conducting clinical trials.

Collaboration with global pharmaceutical companies, research institutions, and funding agencies can further accelerate progress in medical research.


Reinventing clinical trials in Mexico is a promising endeavor that holds immense potential for advancing medical research, improving patient care, and strengthening the healthcare system.

By embracing technology, enhancing patient engagement, simplifying regulations, fostering collaboration, and leveraging real-world data, Mexico can position itself as a leading hub for innovative and inclusive clinical trials. Through these efforts, Mexico can contribute to global medical knowledge, attract investment, and ultimately improve the health outcomes of its population and beyond.

Reinventing Clinical Trials in Mexico

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From lower labor costs to lower costs for rent, utilities, and equipment, you can save money on your clinical trial budget while still ensuring the quality of your trial

Access to Emerging Markets

Latin America offers access to emerging markets, providing an opportunity for pharmaceutical companies to expand their reach and reach new patient populations.

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We are committed to become leaders in providing clinical research services in Latin America. Here at Cohortias, we combine our academic roots, proven experience and a large pool of patients from an extensive network of sites.

Our main purpose is to deliver high quality data.

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Cohortias has built an extensive and highly reputable network of clinical sites which can access patients in a timely manner and operate within a standard-of-care comparable to the U.S. healthcare system.


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  • Site Selection

  • Regulatory Submissions

  • Clinical Monitoring

  • Protocol Development


Beta Trials Platform

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Medical Devices

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Phases I – III

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Academic Leadership and Extensive Clinical Site Network for Efficient Clinical Trials

  • Our peer-to-peer management approach guarantees high patient recruitment and retention in any clinical trial

High Speed Execution

  • We offer the quickest start-up times in each country.
  • Efficient Clinical Site Selection and Contracting.
  • Benefit from our extensive network of clinical sites and streamlined contracting process.

Operational Excellence

  • Proven record of delivering rescue studies, we consistently exceed industry performance standards.
  • Our team provides efficient query resolution to keep your trial on track.

Business Insight and Flexibility

  • We offer innovative pricing models and short lines of communication to ensure maximum flexibility and cost-effectiveness.
  • At Cohortias, we prioritize  short lines of communication to ensure efficient collaboration.
  • Swift adaptation to changes in the trial landscape to keep your study on schedule.

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Daniela Maresca
Daniela Maresca | Country Lead Argentina
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Maritza Rojas | CRA II
Pedro Alvarez | Business Development Manager
Samantha Rodriguez Cohortias
Samantha Rdz. | Start-Up Manager
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