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Currently Enrolling Clinical Trials

Studies for Healthy Volunteers

Participate in a Healthy Volunteers clinical trial in San Antonio, TX to help advance medical research, and find access to new treatments and medications at no cost to you! Compensation is often available. It’s easy, just browse currently enrolling studies and apply online or schedule a prescreen to see if you qualify.

“It was time to try something that could work and could be on the shelf in the future. I will definitely be applying for another study here at Clinical Trials of Texas.”


John M.

Trial Participant


First patient dosed in S.A. for COVID-10 vaccine trial

What Are Clinical Trials?

All medications that are sold either by prescription or over-the-counter must be properly tested to ensure they are safe and effective. All clinical trials in the United States are overseen by the FDA and an Institutional Review Board. Additionally, all clinical studies are overseen by a Principal Investigator who is a medical doctor trained to conduct reserach studies properly, safely and ethically.

 

Who Can Participate?

If you volunteer to participate in a clinical trial, you may need to meet certain criteria. When you call us, we will review that information with you. You will also be informed of the trial’s details including the number of visits, compensation provided for your participation and more.

Enrolling Studies for Healthy Volunteers

Click on the study flyer below, to apply for a study or click the button above to schedule a prescreen to see if you qualify.

Participate in Diabetes Studies CTT Clinical Trials of Texas, Inc San Antonio SAResearch.com research studies medical

Thank you for your interest in participating in Diabetes research at Clinical Trials of Texas, Inc. in San Antonio, TX. If you have any questions, we would love to hear from you! Please call us or message us, or for more information on clinical trials:

WHAT ARE CLINICAL RESEARCH STUDIES?
REASONS TO PARTICIPATE
ARE CLINICAL TRIALS SAFE?