Vaccines

We frequently perform studies to track the performance of broad population vaccines, such as for flu.  Our studies generally include criteria to include participants from specific age groups, and typically include one or two visits to our site as well as follow-up phone calls to follow how the vaccines performed.  These studies are typically performed with healthy adult volunteers.

vaccines

We are currently completing a trial for healthy volunteers over the age of 18 for the Avian Flu.  We are no longer enrolling for this 13-month study, but we want to thank all our volunteers who continue to work with us on it.

Upcoming trials!

  • We are expecting to participate in a seasonal flu vaccine trial for those 65 and older this flu season, though we are many months away.  Check in with us over the summer if you want us to put you on a waitlist for this trial – by then we will have more information about the trial and when it is expected to enroll.
  • We are also expecting to begin a new trial for a vaccine for C-DIFF (Clostridium difficile) this year. This link to the Center for Disease Control’s website tells you about C-DIFF, which is sometimes acquired during a hospital stay, and particularly affects older adults. C. difficile is a bacterium that causes inflammation of the colon, known as colitis. This study is appropriate for you if you expect to go into the hospital for scheduled elective surgery and will stay overnight for 2 nights or more in a health care facility.

We have conducted a number of other vaccine trials in the past, including seasonal flu vaccine trials and for other infectious diseases such as a recent Meningococcal vaccine.

If you think you may qualify for a current or future study in this area, or want to discuss your questions with our team, call us at (844) 247-4475, or fill out the form below and we will contact you within the next business day.

 

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To learn more, or see answers to frequently asked questions, about clinical trials – click here.