Carolina Institute for Clinical Research is more than just a clinical research site. We care about our volunteers, while offering personal attention and the finest medical care.
SPONSORS & CROs
Our commitment to our sponsors & CROs includes timely study completion, quality results, great communication and the highest standards of care.
Welcome To Carolina Institute for Clinical Research
- Trichomoniasis (Female-Only Study)
- Hot Flash
- Endometriosis Pain
- Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)
- Stable Angina
- Parkinson’s Disease (Observational Study)
- COVID-19 Studies
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(including not currently enrolling)
Are You Searching for More Information about Your Medical Condition?
Then you’ve come to the right place
Carolina Institute for Clinical Research specializes in conducting clinical research studies (also called clinical trials) to test possible treatments for medical conditions. With many decades of collective staff experience, we are one of North Carolina’s premier independent clinical research centers.
Have you thought about participating in a clinical research study?
We are currently recruiting volunteers within the greater Fayetteville area for several ongoing studies. Study volunteers help us to gather important information in the development of future treatments that might manage, cure, or even prevent diseases.
If you are selected to join one of our studies, you will have continuous medical supervision for the entire time you are using the study medication or treatment. All examinations, tests, and medications or treatments are provided to you at no cost.
Contact us to see if you qualify
As a volunteer, your participation in a clinical trial can not only help provide valuable information about your medical condition, but can help many others as well.
To get started, please call us at (910) 302-8151 during normal business hours. You can also complete and submit a volunteer sign-up form to begin the process. Our screening staff will be happy to answer any questions you might have about the process.