Experience across all study phases
Proven track record globally
Specialist clinical imaging services
Therapeutic areas include: foot & leg ulcers, fungal nail, accelerated healing
We have particular expertise in the area of Dermatology having worked on psoriasis studies and numerous other skin conditions including wound healing and anti-scarring compounds. We have also worked in related areas such as diabetic foot ulcers and chronic venous leg ulcers. This includes acting as medical photography imaging lead on these studies as well as other studies in plastic surgery, fungal nail, accelerated healing, plastic surgery, dermatitis, and injection site reactions.
Dermatological studies are an area where Illingworth’s niche service can really enhance patient recruitment and retention. The ability to monitor changes by photographs and train almost any clinician to take accurate study photos is just the start. Illingworth’s Research Nurses can also capture study images, meaning if a protocol requires a nurse could visit the patient at their convenience and complete any study tests and take an image. Thus, the patient can visit the site much less frequently. Illingworth are also experienced providing CRO services within dermal indications and alongside our Medical Photography service.
“Illingworth’s Head of Medical Photography has many years of clinical trial expertise. His knowledge of dermatological lighting techniques, analysis problem solving and implementation of imaging endpoints across multi centre studies is vast.” A comment from a UK Biotech
"I have worked with Kevin on numerous anti-scarring, accelerated healing, vascular and fungal nail studies since 2000 and over the last 5 years whilst at Illingworth Research." "Kevin’s knowledge of dermatological lighting techniques, analysis problem solving and implementation of imaging endpoints across multi centre studies is vast. As a qualified Medical Photographer with many years of clinical trial expertise Kevin’s enthusiasm and attention to detail extends beyond imaging into the wider team."