Clinical trials are designed to study the effects of investigational pharmaceutical compounds and devices. Volunteers who qualify to participate in a clinical trial will be under the supervision of a study physician, also known as a “principal investigator,” and other research staff. The purpose of a typical clinical trial is to evaluate investigational drugs or devices for effectiveness, tolerability, and safety in order to help the FDA (Federal Drug Administration) make a decision on whether the drug or device should be FDA approved. Learn more about participating in clinical trials by visiting our FAQ page.
Learn more about what it’s like to volunteer for and participate in a clinical trial. See what current study options are available for you at your closest Pillar study site. No health insurance is needed to participate.
Pillar Clinical Research has the experience and expertise to help shape protocols during the design stages, conduct Phase 1-4 trials, pilot new technologies, and provide free consulting to Sponsors and CROs to partner for success.
Pillar Clinical Research collaborates with local clinics, agencies, advocacy groups and health systems to provide education and research options for your patients and their loved ones. Let’s support each other!
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