Drug Studies

Drug Studies

Bayview Pharmacy, Rhode Island's premier compounding pharmacy, has the trained pharmacists, professional certifications, and facilities to help you achieve a successful trial outcome. Our state of the art compounding facility is located in Warwick RI, just along the East Greenwich line.

We currently provide our clinical trial/investigation research services for:

  • Medical Schools
  • Veterinary Schools
  • Universities
  • Hospitals
  • Research Institutions


  • Free quotes for all studies
  • Free study design
  • Billing: 30 day terms
  • Free shipping via UPS
  • Blinding or open labeling of study drug
  • Randomization of enrolled subjects
  • Unit dose packaging is available to ensure participant compliance
  • Orders are completed within 7-14 days upon receipt of purchase order
  • Specializing in sterile <USP 797> and non-sterile <USP 795> compounding
  • Investigational New Drug Application support documentation and consultation
  • Unused study medication may be returned for destruction and documentation at no additional cost

Bayview Pharmacy has access to hundreds of FDA approved chemicals/medications from multiple suppliers in their purest form.  Why is this important? It allows us to prepare the best compounded product possible for your study.

Simply fill out the form below and Ryan Dyer, R.Ph, Clinical Trials pharmacist at (401) 284 - 4505 will contact you directly. We will be glad to answer any of you questions, just give us a call!

Our Capabilities: Active medications and/or placebo medications:

Administration Method: 

Dose Forms
Oral Capsules, liquids, pastes and powders
Injection Solutions or suspensions (aqueous or oil-based) in vials or
single-dose syringes
Nasal Sprays, solutions, drops, ointments, irrigations
Ophthalmic Solutions, suspensions, ointments, injectables
Urethral Gels
Otic Powders, otic solutions
Rectal Suppositories, gels, enemas
Topical/transdermal Solutions, creams, ointments or gels

Don''t see what you are looking for? Just give us a call!


Intensive quality control programs are used. Each step of the compounding process is documented and available for review.

Compounding Instructions: Ingredient details, including weight, manufacturer, lot number and chemical expiration dates
Calibration: Records for equipment
Certificate of analysis: For each chemical used
Expiration Dates: Validated according to USP <795> or <797> guidelines
Process validation: Aseptic fill, sterilization, depyrogenation and batch compounding
Testing: Sterility, Endotoxin and Potency

Master formula and lot-specific-records including:

  • Product name or number
  • Study identification name or number
  • Dosage strength
  • Dosage form
  • Ingredient names and quantities


  • Original Study Specifications
  • Master Formula Record
  • Compounding Record
  • Quality Control Sheets
  • Certificate of Analysis
  • Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs)
  • Calibration of equipment
  • Randomization Record
  • Specific Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
  • We will keep your email completely confidential