1040 North Mason Rd

Ste. 112 St Louis, MO 63141

Call The CRC

(314) 514-8509

1040 North Mason Rd

Ste. 112 St Louis, MO 63141

Call The CRC

(314) 514-8509

Current Study Opportunities at The CRC

Studies at CRC change frequently.  For the most up to date information of current enrolling studies please fill out the form on the right or call 314-514-8509 to see if you qualify for a study.

Study #1 : A clinical trial for those with flu like symptoms. Must have current fever of at least 100.4 at time of screening along with flu like symptoms such as headache, tiredness, feverishness, cough, sore throat, nasal congestion. Time sensitive visits so call at first sign of illness.

Brief description of study

This time sensitive flu like illness research study is looking for subjects with a current fever of at least 100.4 at time of screening along with flu like symptoms such as headache, tiredness, feverishness, cough, sore throat, nasal congestion.

Study has 4 visits and last 14 days.

Time sensitive visits so call at first sign of illness. 314-514-8509 Monica Shutz

Clinical Study Identifier: TX228637

Study #2 : A research study for those suffering with chronic hives despite treatment with an antihistamine.

Brief description of study

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of an investigational oral medication for the treatment of hives.

This study includes 7 clinical visits over approximately 18 weeks.

Detailed Study Description

Compensation for participation may be available for those who qualify.

Please contact Monica at 314-514-8509 to learn more about this study. 

Study #3 : An asthma research study comparing different doses of a generic formulation of Albuterol with the current marketed product for patients with asthma.

Brief description of study

This study has 7 visits and can be completed in as little as 9 days or up to 7 weeks.

Detailed Study Description

Visits must be done in the mornings and we are scheduling subjects Monday-Saturday.

Compensation for participation is available to those who qualify.

Please contact Monica at 314-514-8509 to learn more

Clinical Study Identifier: TX228576

Study #4 : An investigational research study designed to confirm therapeutic equivalence of study inhaler to an inhaled product currently on the market for the treatment of asthma. 3-4 visits in this study. Compensation for participation for those who qualify.

Brief description of study

 

This asthma research study involves 3-4 visits and should complete in about 6 weeks.

Morning appointments required and can be done Monday-Saturday.  Visits are two hours or less.

Compensation for participation is provided to those who qualify.

Clinical Study Identifier: TX228635

Study #5 : Asthma research study for those with Eosinophilic Asthma

Brief description of study

This study is testing the safety of an investigational medication to see how well is works for the treatment of asthma in patients with high eosinophils.

This study has 10 clinical visits and will last 7 months.

Study related pulmonary function testing, lab work, ECG’s and physical exams are included at no cost and compensation for participation may be provided.

Detailed Study Description

This study requires morning appointments.

We are available Monday-Saturday.

Compensation for participation is provided to those who qualify.

Please contact Monica at 314-514-8509 to learn more

Clinical Study Identifier: TX228575

Study #6 : COPD Research Study for those with currently using inhaled medications (triple therapy) and have required an oral steroid for a flare in breathing 1-2 times in the last 12 months.

Brief description of study

This investigational study is enrolling moderate to severe COPD subjects.  

To qualify you must be on inhaled maintenance medications and have required oral steroids 1-2 times or a hospitalization in the last year.   

Pulmonary function test will be performed and compensation will be provided for those who qualify.

Clinical Study Identifier: TX228636

Study #7 : Conducting a 72 Week Trial Seeking Participants who are using Prednisone Daily to Treat their Asthma

Brief description of study

The Clinical Research Center in West St. Louis County is conducting a research study to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of an investigational medication for asthma. The study will be added onto your current asthma medications and will be given by  monthly injections. The study will consist of 20 visits over the course of 72 weeks.

Clinical Study Identifier: TX202119

Study #8 : The purpose of this study is to determine whether this investigational oral, capsule, when added to existing therapy, is clinically safe and effective in subjects with asthma that is not well controlled.

Brief description of study

9 Study visits over approximately 20 weeks.

Morning appointments, available Monday – Saturday.

Detailed Study Description

All subjects will be switched to a study provided maintenance inhaler to be used throughout the trial.

Rescue inhaler is also provided. Skin testing, labs, ECG’s. and study related physical exams are included at no cost and compensation for participation may be provided.

Clinical Study Identifier: TX228573

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