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Charlottesville Medical Research is a local network of physicians in private practice who sincerely desire to make a difference in our community through clinical research. Our mission is not only to advance world health but to ensure the protection and safety of all patients who choose to enter our clinical studies.

Since 1991 we have conducted more than 300 clinical research studies and earned the confidence and trust of our patients by ensuring quality research with a depth of caring so that each person knows that they matter. Through these studies, the patients are able to receive innovative new treatments right here in their own local community.
 

Greater Gift Initiative In 2013 Charlottesville Medical Research partnered with Greater Gift Initiative (GGI). GGI highlights the greater good of clinical trial participation by gifting a vaccine to a child in honor of every clinical trial volunteer. Since 2010, the Greater Gift Initiative has donated over 18,700 vaccines to children in developing countries as a way to give back and thank the volunteers who participate in clinical trials and contribute to the advancement of health worldwide.

We are staffed with three full-time clinical research coordinators, a full-time subject recruiter, and we have our own set of standard operating procedures (SOP's) to ensure quality and safety every step of the way. For protection of the volunteers, we strictly abide both FDA regulation and oversight, and other protective state and federal laws concerning the conduct of human subject research.

Visit our Current Studies page to learn about the variety of new studies offered at Charlottesville Medical Research.

 

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