North Carolina Clinical Research:
Where patient care and the future of medicine come together.

Have you ever wondered where your medication comes from? Before it arrives at your pharmacy, it must undergo a series of clinical trials. That’s where we come in.

At North Carolina Clinical Research, our team of volunteer patients, coordinators, and investigators make it possible for medications to make their way from the laboratory into the hands of those who need them most.  That’s where you come in.

We have completed more than 650 studies in a variety of therapeutic areas. Our team has over 250 combined years of clinical research experience.

Are you interested in participating in a clinical trial or conducting a study with NCCR? If so, contact us. We’ll be glad to answer your questions.

Years of Experience

What our patients are saying:

  • I have been participating in trials at NCCR for more years than I can remember. Everyone there is warm and welcoming, flexible and supportive. At this point I feel like part of the family. I feel like I am helping find better treatments for asthma and the compensation has helped to pay unexpected bills and allowed me to go on vacation. It’s a win/win for everyone.

  • Very compassionate and ultra professional – Have been very helpful in aiding me treat my COPD – Great staff. Pleasure to work with.

  • Doing asthma and allergy studies at NCCR are very rewarding and fun. The doctors and staff are very hospitable and joyous to work with. The studies are very informative, and you receive medication and compensation. I always look forward to coming back for future studies at NCCR.

  • When I first arrived to your facility for a study in April 2006 Dr. Dunn treated me and told me I was one step from going to the ER for my asthma.  From that day forward I have appreciated all the care and attention that NCCR has provided in one way or another. Thank You NCCR.

  • I love working with North Carolina Clinical Research. My son loves going and I feel like they really care about helping him manage his asthma and the research that helps him better manage his asthma symptoms.