Friday, March 1st 2024

Clinical Trial Site Personnel and Information


  • 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 five years. He is an internationally recognized educator.

  • Rafi Kevorkian, M.D. Dr. Kevorkian maintains a large private practice in Geriatric Medicine and has conducted clinical research for over eighteen years.

  • Hamsa Subramanian, M.D. Dr. Subramanian maintains a large private practice in Allergy and Immunology and has conducted clinical research for eighteen years.

  • Geoffrey Hill, M.D. Dr. Hill maintains a large private practice in ophthalmology and has conducted clinical research for over two years.

Study Coordinators

  • Two experienced study coordinators dedicated to completing projects in multiple therapeutic areas. Remote Data Entry as well as paper C.R.F. projects as required per sponsors and CRO's. Coordinators are certified by ACRP and fully IATA trained. GCP training occurs on an ongoing basis at C.A.R.E. Clinical Research, LLC.

PFT Technician

  • Fully trained PFT technicians for on-site performance of pulmonary function tests.

Site Capabilities

  • Spirometry
  • Full PFT's
  • Dosimetry and Bronchial Challenge
  • Exercise Testing
  • EKG
  • ABPM
  • Six Minute Walk
  • Pulse Ox.
  • Holter Monitoring
  • Dyspnea and Performance Questionnaire Experience
  • Full Day Testing Capability
  • On-Site Phlebotomy
  • Blood and Specimen Processing
  • -20 Degree Freezer
  • Centrifuge
  • DEXA Scanning
  • Chest X Ray
  • CT Scan
  • MRI
  • IATA Trained
  • OSHA Trained
  • Dedicated Monitoring Room
  • Encrypted WIFI hotspot
  • 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, allergic rhinitis and allergies, Access to populations in ocular diseases, endocrine diseases, psychiatric diseases, pulmonary diseases, cardiovascular diseases and dermatology diseases.

Study Site

  • 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 and urban study population. St. Louis Lambert International Airport is 10 miles in proximity to the site.

CV's, Pre Site Questions?

Please contact us by email or phone to receive study documents.