All Current Studies
Click on any study to learn more. Sign up by filling out the pre-screener on this page, or on any page specific to the relevant clinical study.
Beginning in August 2022, we will begin enrolling new patients into a clinical trial for a flu vaccine. Any person over age 18 may participate. Click Here To Sign Up and Learn More, or fill out the form below.
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Heartburn is a common condition that develops when the contents of your stomach flow back into the esophagus and cause troublesome pain and discomfort. Unfortunately, about 40% of heartburn sufferers report continued symptoms after treatment with currently available prescription and over-the-counter medications. If you're ready to move on from heartburn, this study is for you. Click here to learn more and sign up.
Are you one of the more than 39 million Americans who suffers from migraines? You may qualify for a research study for the treatment of migraine headaches. Participants will help to learn more about the safety and effectiveness of an investigational new treatment. Click here to learn more and sign up.
Thanks to you, we did it!
COVID-19 vaccines are now FDA authorized and CDC approved thanks to the work of everyone in this study.
If your child has not yet been unblinded, please call us as soon as possible at (615) 329-0197.
We are no longer enrolling new patients for this RSV study. We will contact you if we begin another round of enrollment.
If you are a current patient and need to schedule a visit or contact your research or care coordinator, please call us (615) 329-0197.
Thank you to everyone for your participation! Clinical trials help make the world a healthier and safer place by bringing forth medicine that benefits everyone.
Beginning in August 2022, we will begin enrolling new patients into a clinical trial for pneumonia vaccines. Any person over 18 may be eligible to participate. Fill out the form below to sign up. Click Here to Sign Up and Learn More, or fill out the form below.
It’s hard to stop smoking. Millions of Americans try every year, but they still find themselves picking up another cigarette after a long day or just simply out of habit. If this sounds like you, then you may want to consider joining a clinical study for a new smoking cessation treatment. Learn more or sign up to participate here.