Clinical trials are research studies that explore whether a specific medical strategy, treatment, or device is safe and effective. Steps to getting enrolled are below;
1) Discuss with your healthcare provider depending on your diagnosis and treatment plan whether a clinical trial would be a good option.
2) Coordinate with research staff on site to review informed consent, screening criteria, and study logistics.
3) If enrolled, subjects will follow up accordingly to thier visit schedule.
Please contact Alex Baker 703-723-3670
*Current Clinical Trials *
|Trial Name||Diagnosis||Enrollment Period|
|Abbvie Humira Registry Ulcerative Colitis Study||Ulcerative Colitis||10 years|
|Shire Short Bowel Syndrome Study||Short Bowel Syndrome||15 years|
|Salix Crohns Disease Study||Crohns Disease||1 year|
|Gilead Ulcerative Colitis Study||Ulcerative Colitis||144 weeks|
|Gilead Crohns Disease Trial||Crohns Disease||144 weeks|
|Shire Esinophillic Esophagitis Study||EOE||16 weeks|
|OPAL Ulcerative Colitis Registry Study||
|Clinical Biospecimen Procurement Study||10 years|
If you find a trial that you are interested in enrolling, you can access the Informed Consent Form by clicking on the appropiate study above. The informed consent will provide an overview of the study, logisitics of each visit, and an overall timeline of a subjects participation.
You may also go to www. clinicaltrials.gov to find more information on the clinical trial.