Category: Newsletters

August 2018 Newsletter

August 2018 Newsletter

Global Medical Research would like to keep you up to date.

Our monthly newsletter details new studies and events happening at our site. Our website has several resources to learn more about the clinical trials process. We encourage you to read and share these links with friends and family who may be interested.

Volunteer Referral Program

Suggest a friend and receive a $50 referral bonus.
Learn more here

 Featured Studies

You or your child have swimmer's ear? Consider a clinical trial study.
Swimmer’s Ear

Huh? Swimmer’s Ear? If you or your child has swimmer’s ear you may be interested in one of our clinical research studies.

Learn more here:

Swimmer’s Ear Study

Iron Deficiency Anemia and Chronic Kidney Disease

Do you experience iron deficiency anemia due to your chronic kidney disease? You may qualify for a clinical trial we are enrolling examining the safety and effectiveness of an investigational medication.

Learn more here:

Iron Deficiency Anemia and Chronic Kidney Disease Study

Other Studies

Check out our complete list of enrolling volunteer studies here…

Active clinical trial studies

Want to be notified whenever a new volunteer study matches your interests?

Complete a volunteer sign-up form

July 2018 Newsletter

July 2018 Newsletter

Global Medical Research would like to keep you up to date.

Our monthly newsletter details new studies and events happening at our site. Our website has several resources to learn more about the clinical trials process. We encourage you to read and share these links with friends and family who may be interested.

Volunteer Referral Program

Suggest a friend and receive a $50 referral bonus.
Learn more here

 Featured Studies

Flu Treatment

Do you feel like you’re coming down with the flu? Global Medical Research is enrolling volunteers with flu in a study of an investigational medication.

Learn more here:

Flu Treatment Study

Iron Deficiency Anemia and Chronic Kidney Disease

Do you experience iron deficiency anemia due to your chronic kidney disease? You may qualify for a clinical trial we are enrolling examining the safety and effectiveness of an investigational medication.

Learn more here:

Iron Deficiency Anemia and Chronic Kidney Disease Study

Other Studies

Check out our complete list of enrolling volunteer studies here…

Active clinical trial studies

Want to be notified whenever a new volunteer study matches your interests?

Complete a volunteer sign-up form

June 2018 Newsletter

June 2018 Newsletter

Global Medical Research would like to keep you up to date.

Our monthly newsletter details new studies and events happening at our site. Our website has several resources to learn more about the clinical trials process. We encourage you to read and share these links with friends and family who may be interested.

Volunteer Referral Program

Suggest a friend and receive a $50 referral bonus.
Learn more here

Featured Studies

Overactive Bladder (OAB)

Is Overactive Bladder Keeping you in Place? If you have an overactive bladder (OAB), our doctors need your help in testing an investigational drug.

Learn more here:

Overactive Bladder Study

Swimmer’s Ear

Huh? Swimmer’s Ear? If you or your child has swimmer’s ear you may be interested in one of our clinical research studies.

Learn more here:

Swimmer’s Ear Study

Type 2 Diabetes and High Triglycerides

Don’t let diabetes lead to heart problems. Lend a hand to help us research a potential medication that might prevent them.

Learn more here:

Type 2 Diabetes and High Triglycerides Study

Other Studies

Check out our complete list of enrolling volunteer studies here…

Active clinical trial studies

Want to be notified whenever a new volunteer study matches your interests?

Complete a volunteer sign-up form

May 2018 Newsletter

May 2018 Newsletter

Global Medical Research would like to keep you up to date.

Our monthly newsletter details new studies and events happening at our site. Our website has several resources to learn more about the clinical trials process. We encourage you to read and share these links with friends and family who may be interested.

Volunteer Referral Program

Suggest a friend and receive a $50 referral bonus.
Learn more here

 Featured Studies

Type 2 Diabetes and High Triglycerides

Don’t let diabetes lead to heart problems. Lend a hand to help us research a potential medication that might prevent them.

Learn more here:

Type 2 Diabetes and High Triglycerides Study

Swimmer’s Ear

Huh? Swimmer’s Ear? If you or your child has swimmer’s ear you may be interested in one of our clinical research studies.

Learn more here:

Swimmer’s Ear Study

Overactive Bladder (OAB)

Is Overactive Bladder Keeping you in Place? If you have an overactive bladder (OAB), our doctors need your help in testing an investigational drug.

Learn more here:

Overactive Bladder Study

Other Studies

Check out our complete list of enrolling volunteer studies here…

Active clinical trial studies

Want to be notified whenever a new volunteer study matches your interests?

Complete a volunteer sign-up form

Global Staff to Attend Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation’s Dallas IBD Education Symposium

The staff at Global Medical Research is proud to announce our attendance of the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation’s Dallas IBD Education Symposium. Join us for a day of Crohn’s and ulcerative colitis education.

What: Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation’s Dallas IBD Education Symposium

Where: the Frontiers of Flight Museum (6911 Lemmon Ave., Dallas, TX 75209)

When: Saturday, December 2nd from 8:30 AM to 12:00 PM

Why: To find out more about the latest in IBD research, get your questions answered by expert speakers, and to meet other people living with Crohn’s or ulcerative colitis.

Cost: $5 for Individual or $10 for Family (Scholarships available)

See the full agenda or register today at: http://online.ccfa.org/site/Calendar?id=144070&view=Detail

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August Newsletter 2017

 

Enrolling Clinical Research Studies

Do you or a loved one suffer from one of these conditions?
Contact us at (972) 996-5645 for more information.

 

Iron Deficiency Anemia and Chronic Kidney Disease 

Do you experience iron deficiency anemia due to your chronic kidney disease? Our site has a study for individuals with this condition. Find out more here.

 
 
 

Cardiovascular Events, Diabetes and High Triglycerides

At risk for heart conditions? Diabetes? High triglycerides? Our site is looking for individuals with for a clinical research study of an investigational medication. Read details at our website.

 
 
 

Physician comforting patientType 2 Diabetes

Is your type 2 diabetes not properly controlled by medication? Learn more about a study at our site for individuals with Diabetes. Learn more on our website.

 
 
 

Kidney Disease

Do you have chronic (ongoing) kidney disease? Do you also have anemia that needs to be treated, or are you taking medication for anemia? Learn about a clinical research study here. 

 
 
 

Iron Deficiency Anemia

If you have iron deficiency anemia, you may qualify for a clinical research study at our site.  Learn more about this study of anemia here. 

 
 
 

research labUlcerative Colitis

We’re looking at Ulcerative Colitis from a different perspective. If you are struggling to manage the day-to-day symptoms of Ulcerative Colitis, learn more about the OASIS clinical study. Read details at our website.
 
 
 

Cardiovascular Inflammation Reduction Trial

Do you have coronary artery disease? You may be eligible to participate in a clinical research study we are conducting. Find out more here.

 
 
 

A Study of Crohn’s Disease

You may qualify for a clinical trial that is looking at the safety and effectiveness of an investigational medication for individuals with Crohn’s. Find out more here.

 
 
 

Cardiovascular Disease

Our site is looking for volunteers to join a study of an investigational drug for people who have high cholesterol, are at high risk of cardiovascular disease and are unable to take medications called ‘statins’ without side effects. Find out more here.

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