• TNR - Tucson AZ - Wake

    6567 E. Carondelet Drive Suite 455 Tucson, AZ 85710

  • Research Site Introduction:

    Tucson Neuroscience Research draws from the expertise of two veteran organizations in the medical and clinical research world, Wake Research and Western Neurosurgrey, Ltd. 

    About Wake Research

    Wake Research is an organization of integrated investigational sites, committed to excellence, working closely with and meeting the needs of the biopharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device and pharmaceutical industries. Wake Research-sites are fully equipped to meet the needs of sponsors and CROs in the conduct of Phase I-IV clinical trials in a large variety of indications.

    Wake Research is known for effectively combining strategic volunteer recruitment and retention with high-quality clinical trial conduct, using standardized operating procedures and centralized marketing and advertising to ensure rapid subject enrollment. Wake Research has conducted over 5,900 research studies for hundreds of pharmaceutical sponsors and CROs since 1984. Wake Research’s mission is to bring novel medications, biologics and devices through clinical research to as many people as possible, while providing unparalleled service and exceptional value to clinical trial partners and stakeholders.

    About Western Neurosurgery, Ltd.

    Western Neurosurgery, Ltd. was founded in 1980 by Dr. Robert Goldfarb and is the premier neurosurgical and neurology practice in southern Arizona. Located on the campus of St. Joseph’s Hospital, they are an affiliated partner of Carondelet Neurological Institute. Western provides neurology and neurosurgery for Tucson and surrounding communities in Southern Arizona.

  • Research Site Description:

    Tucson Neuroscience 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 Arizona’s premier independent clinical research centers.

    View our currently enrolling studies here

  • Patient Demographics:

    Tucson Neuroscience Research and Wake Research draw from a subject population of over one million. Our current database includes over 950,000 patients and subjects. Our patient volunteer database is constantly expanding and provides our Sponsors with more homogeneous research groups and thus, stronger clinical research trials. We pride ourselves in rapid recruitment and consistently being a top enroller in majority of clinical trials.