AMCR carries out cutting-edge clinical trials using medications and medical devices developed by the pharmaceutical and biotech industries. Eligible patients are offered the latest treatment options carried out under strict guidelines from the Food and Drug Administration. Volunteers become the most critical link in a chain of research and testing to develop breakthrough treatments for a broad range of health problems. At all times, your safety and confidentiality are guarded with the utmost concern. Because of our respected background in research, AMCR physicians regularly present their research findings to major medical organizations.
Recent Published Articles
- Garg S, Zisser H, Schwartz S, Bailey TS, Kaplan R, Ellis S, Jovanovic L. Improvement in glycemic excursions with a trancutaneous, real-time continuous glucose sensor. Diabetes Care 2006; 29(1):44-50
- Bailey TS, Zisser H, Garg S. Reduction in Hemoglobin A1c with Real-Time Continuous Glucose Monitoring: Results From a 12-Week Study. Diabetes Technology & Therapeutics 2007; 9(3):203-210.
- Bailey TS. Diabetes Data Management in the Clinic. Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology 2007;1(6):888-891.
Recent Books and Book Chapters
- Bailey TS. Take Control of Your Diabetes with Your Computer! In: Edelman, S (ed). Taking Control of Your Diabetes, 2007
- Walsh J, Roberts R, Varma C, Bailey TS. Using Insulin. Torrey Pines Press, 2003
- Edelman SV, Bailey TS. Continuous Glucose Monitoring- An Educational Tool. Taking Control of Your Diabetes. 2007
- Bailey TS. Blood Glucose Monitoring: Glycated Hemoglobin, Fructosamine, Meters, and Sensors. In: Jabbour S (ed). Type 1 Diabetes in Adults: Principles and Practice. Informa 2007
Recent Poster Presentations
- Bailey TS, Varma CP. The Well-Connected Endocrinologist. AACE Annual Meeting. May 2005
- Jovanovic L, Zisser H, Schwartz S, Bailey TS, Kaplan R. A randomized controlled study of a transcutaneous, real-time continuous glucose sensor demonstrates improvement in glycemic control. American Diabetes Association Association Annual Meeting June 2005 (“late-breaking”).
- Jovanovic L, Zisser H, Schwartz S, Bailey TS, Kaplan R, Garg S. Prospective 21-day trial of a transcutaneous, real-time continuous glucose sensor demonstrates improvement in glycemic excursions. AACE Annual Meeting, April 2006
- Bailey TS, Kaplan R, Schwartz S. Reduction in A1c with real-time continuous glucose monitoring: interim results from a 12-week clinical study. American Diabetes Association Annual Meeting June 2006 (“late-breaking”)
- Zisser H, Bailey TS, Jovanovic L. Diabetes Self-Management Guided by Continuous Glucose Monitoring: Results of a Pilot Study. American Diabetes Association Annual Meeting June 2006 (oral presentation OR-69)
- Walsh J, Wroblewski D, Bailey TS. Disparate Bolus Recommendations in Insulin Pump Therapy. AACE Annual Meeting, April 2007
- Zisser H, Schwartz S, Ratner R, Wise J,TS Bailey TS. Accuracy of a Seven-Day Continuous Glucose Sensor Compared to YSI Blood Glucose Values. American Diabetes Association Annual Meeting June 2007.
- Brauker J, Kamath A, Li Y, Zisser H, Schwartz S, Ratner R, Wise J, Bailey TS. Time Lag of a Seven-Day Transcutaneous Continuous Glucose Sensor Compared to YSI Blood Glucose Values. American Diabetes Association Annual Meeting June 2007
- Wiley M, Bailey TS, Li S. Time-Based Post-Market Surveillance for Blood Glucose Test Strips. Diabetes Technology Meeting October 2007
- Walsh J, Wroblewski D, Bailey TS. Insulin Pump Settings-A Major Source of Insulin Dose Errors. Diabetes Technology Meeting October 2007.