North Carolina Clinical Research

Address:
2615 Lake Drive
Suite 301
Raleigh, NC 27607
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Clinic Specialties:
Allergy
Family Medicine
Healthy Patient Study
Healthy Volunteer Studies
Immunology
Internal Medicine
Pulmonary Medicine
Information about this clinic:
Clinic Introduction:
North Carolina Clinical Research (NCCR) is an independent, multi-therapeutic outpatient clinical research site located in Raleigh, North Carolina. NCCR has conducted Phase I, II, III and IV clinical trials in both children and adults since 1986. We have completed over 500 studies in a variety of therapeutic areas for many different pharmaceutical companies and Clinical Research Organizations (CROs). The NCCR facilities and staff are dedicated 100% to Clinical Research.
 
Description of Clinic:
NCCR’s facilities (newly completed in 2008) include the following: Located across the street from a major medical center Individual monitor areas convenient to telephone, fax, copier and high speed Internet Secured storage for ambient and refrigerated study drug Conference room Fully equipped lab -70° C freezer refrigerated centrifuge back up generator Sensaphone temperature monitoring system Convenient X-ray facility Examination rooms (8) Spirometry and methacholine challenge rooms ECG capabilities Easy accessibility to physicians Patient lounge area for extended days Infusion and PK capabilities Overnight facilities with showers and individual sleep areas Pollen reporting Internet capabilities through T-1 access
 
Patient Demographics:
We have access to a metropolitan population exceeding one million. We are also located next to three major universities: North Carolina State Duke UNC-Chapel Hill
 
Additional Information:
We believe it is our dedicated staff at NCCR that makes our facility stand out above the rest. Our hardworking, passionate, friendly crew makes studies placed at NCCR a positive experience for both the sponsor and the patient.
 
Clinic Contact Information:
North Carolina Clinical Research Twin Lakes Professional Center 2615 Lake Drive, Suite 301 Raleigh, NC 27607 USA Phone: 919-881-0309 Fax: 919-881-9899 E-Mail: General Info: info@nccr.com Patients: tjohnson@nccr.com Sponsors: pattib@nccr.com Regulatory: jpochis@nccr.com Website: www.nccr.com
 
  • FEATURED STUDIES

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Rheumatoid Arthritis - Multiple Locations in the U.S.


Pediatric Multiple Sclerosis - Multiple Locations in the US


Phenylketonuria (PKU) - Multiple Locations in the U.S.


Spinal Cord Injury - Multiple Locations in the U.S.


Adolescent Major Depression (Ages 12-17) - Multiple Locations in the U.S.


Diabetic Kidney Disease - Multiple Locations in the U.S.


Pediatric Depression - Multiple Locations in the US


Alzheimer’s Disease - Multiple Locations in the U.S.


Smoking Cessation (Teens Ages 12-16) - Multiple Locations in the U.S.


Multiple Sclerosis - Multiple Locations in the U.S.


Parkinson's Disease - Multiple Locations in the U.S.


COPD (Emphysema and Chronic Bronchitis) - Multiple Locations in the U.S.


High Cholesterol - Multiple Locations in the U.S.


Asthma in Children (Ages 5 to 11) - Multiple Locations in the U.S.


Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD) - Autosomal Dominant (ADPKD) - Multiple Locations in the U.S.


Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI) - Multiple Locations in the U.S.


Osteoporosis (resulting from steroid medication use) - Multiple Locations in the U.S.


Cushing's Syndrome - Multiple Locations in the U.S. and Abroad


Pediatric Type 2 Diabetes - Multiple Locations in the U.S.


Type 2 Diabetes (Innovative Medication Delivery) - Multiple Locations in the U.S.


Acne - Multiple Locations in the U.S.


Scars and Stretch marks - Multiple Locations in the U.S.


Dust Mite Allergies - Multiple Locations in the U.S.


Flu - Multiple Locations in the US


Pediatric Type 2 Diabetes (Ages 10-17) - Multiple Locations in the US


Osteoarthritis of the Knee - Multiple Locations in the U.S. and Canada


Gastroparesis - Multiple Locations in the U.S.


Endometriosis - Multiple Locations in the U.S.


Asthma - Multiple Locations in the U.S.


Elderly Dementia Risk - Multiple Locations in the U.S.