Medical research


DIEX Research provides its team, collaborators and clinical research participants with modern, perfectly equipped facilities, including two private monitoring offices tailored to meet the clinical research associates needs.  These complete facilities are equipped with high-performance amenities, carefully selected to provide us with the best technologies currently available on the market.  To ensure the accuracy of the data collected, our state-of-the-art equipments are maintained and calibrated according to a rigorous quality-assurance plan.  We make every effort to ensure we always meet the most stringent standards of quality and reliability.


Q & T Research facilities host both a warm and personalized welcome for participants as well as for pharmaceutical professionals. Work areas are indeed most functional while preserving the required confidentiality. Equipment and instruments are carefully selected for their reliability and performance and are maintained with a well defined program to maintain the reliability of results. The pharmaceutical industry professionals have access to individual offices with printer and high speed Internet access.

Research Centre on Aging

The Research Centre on Aging has an area dedicated to biopharmaceutical research. It includes 4 fully equipped, computerized clinical rooms to ensure the best possible conditions for intravenous clinical trials (volumetric pumps). Depending on the nature of the projects, our specialized biopharmaceutical-research teams can also count on the collaboration of other CDRV researchers and laboratories, such as the vigilance (sleep) laboratory, the brain metabolism and aging laboratory, and the metabolic unit, just to mention a few.

Le Centre de recherche du CHUS

The Centre de recherche du CHUS has all of the infrastructure required for clinical projects. This includes examination and evaluation rooms for carrying out Phases I to IV projects, a pharmacy, dedicated spaces for clinical research associates not to mention accessibility to state-of-the-art facilities and hospital services through its proximity to the Centre hospitalier Universitaire de Sherbrooke (CHUS). To meet the growing demand, the Centre will be doubling its space dedicated to clinical research by early 2014.