Sponsor Research Resources
CARE Clinical Research is a fully equipped research facility of 2950 square feet near the intersection of Olive Blvd. and North New Ballas Road in west St. Louis County. The site is easily accessible to a large and diverse suburban study population. We feature two experienced investigators in multiple clinical areas, a full time regulatory department and two CCRC certified and IATA trained study coordinators with dozens of completed protocols that met or exceeded enrollment requirements. Coupling an extensive patient database along with print and television media CARE Clinical Research can help solve your study needs. Tour this page to learn more about our capabilities, services and study indications. You may also contact us by phone or email with your inquiries.
Clinical Trial Site Personnel and Questions
- Thomas M. Hyers, M.D. Dr. Hyers is clinical professor of medicine at St. Louis University School of Medicine and has conducted high quality clinical research for over thirty years. He is an internationally recognized educator.
- Joseph Ojile, M.D. Dr. Ojile maintains a large private practice in pulmonary diseases and has conducted clinical research for over ten years.
- Experienced study coordinators completing projects in multiple therapeutic areas. Remote Data Entry as well as paper C.R.F. projects completed for sponsors and CRO's. Coordinators are certified by ACRP and fully IATA trained. GCP training occurs on an ongoing basis at CARE Clinical Research.
- Fully trained PFT technicians for on-site performance of pulmonary function tests.
- Full PFT's
- Dosimetry and Bronchial Challenge
- Exercise Testing
- Six Minute Walk
- Pulse Ox.
- Holter Monitoring
- Dyspnea and Performance Questionnaire Experience
- Full Day Testing Capability
- Quest Laboratory Support
- Remote Data Capture
- ECRF experience
- IVRS systems
- Extensive Patient Databases
- Media Recruitment
- Completed studies for sponsors in areas of emphysema, chronic bronchitis, asthma, atrial fibrillation, hypertension, the common cold, pneumonia, dyslipidemia, deep venous thrombosis, pulmonary embolism and allergic rhinitis
- The site is a fully equipped office of 2950 square feet near the intersection of Olive Blvd. and North New Ballas Road in west St. Louis Country. The site is easily accessible to a large suburban study population.