Children and adults aged 12 years and older with a clinical diagnosis of non segmental vitiligo (NSV) are needed for this clinical research trial. Eligible> read more
We are currently looking for appropriate candidates to participate in our ongoing research trials today!
Who Can Participate? Adults at least 18 years of age with moderate-to-severe Atopic Dermatitis (AD) are needed for this clinical trial. Inclusion Criteria Have AD> read more
Adults aged 18 years or older with a clinical diagnosis of Severe Obesity and Established Cardiovascular Disease, may be eligible for a 104-week research trial.> read more
Who Can Participate? Adults 18-70 with atopic dermatitis (AD) may participate. Inclusion Criteria Diagnosis of AD for at least 12 months AD present on ≥10%> read more
Recruiting adults aged 18 to 64 for a clinical trial investigating reducing subcutaneous abdominal fat. Eligible participants must have a stable body weight of 50> read more
Who Can Participate? Adults (18+) with non-segmental vitiligo (NSV) may participate. Inclusion Criteria Clinical diagnosis of NSV for at least 3 months Body surface area> read more
Children or adolescents (aged ≥ 6 to < 18 years old) with a diagnosis of severe asthma confirmed, evaluated, and managed by the clinical site> read more
Who Can Participate? Adults 18-70 years with a diagnosis of Hidradenitis Suppurativa (HS) may participate. Inclusion Criteria Body weight between 88 – 330 lbs Signs> read more
Who Can Participate? Adolescents and adults (≥12 years of age) with plaque psoriasis may be eligible to participate. Inclusion Criteria: Diagnosis of plaque psoriasis,> read more
A clinical trial, or clinical research study, evaluates a potential treatment, combination of treatments or device for use in people. They are highly regulated and carefully monitored evaluations of the benefits and safety of anything used to treat humans. People may participate in a clinical research trial for a number of different reasons, a few of which are described below.LEARN MORE
Individuals with a particular condition may have exhausted use of currently approved medications, they may find that the currently available medications are not suitable or appropriate, or they may be looking to receive the newest potential treatment.
We always need new therapies. Clinical research is an essential part of bringing new therapies forward. Some people want to contribute to medical knowledge about a particular condition and/or treatment, allowing for better treatments in the future.
Participating in a clinical trial often means there will be thorough medical examinations which may include laboratory testing. As well as potentially benefiting from access to investigational treatments, some individuals like the additional care from research staff that comes with trial participation.