Participating in a clinical trial is rewarding, but finding the right studies can be challenging.

Clinical Trials of Texas makes it easy for you to step into the role of helping advance medical science.

We match you with studies that are right for you and your schedule. We answer your questions and let you know exactly what to expect.

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Your Study Experience

We strive to give you the best possible study experience from start to finish!


1st Visit

Depending on what study you are interested in, your first visit may be a screening or a prescreening. No need to worry, we’ll go over all of that with you beforehand.



Typically, a doctor has scheduled their time to see you for your visit. Please call us at 210-949-0122, ext. 290 if you need to reschedule.


Informed Consent

Study participation is always voluntary. We’ll thoroughly inform you of study timelines, procedures, and details.



Most studies involve a screening visit to determine if you will qualify to continue in the study.


Study Procedures

Some studies require you to keep a daily diary, take medication, or complete other self-monitored activities. Please know that we depend on you to do this during the study.


Benefits of Being in a Study

You may receive free diagnostic testing, doctor exams, and education about your condition.


If You Don’t Qualify

You will receive a reason and explanation, as well as test results. With your permission, we’ll keep your information on file for future studies.

Q & A

What about the cost?

  • Not only is it free to participate, but you’ll receive compensation for each study.
  • In some cases, travel is provided.
  • Insurance is not required. Even without insurance coverage, you get access to medical care as a clinical trial participant.

What are the benefits of participating in a clinical trial study?

  • Learn more about your health.
  • Get exposure to new treatments.
  • Take part in the discovery of life-changing therapeutics.

Find a Study

CTT conducts studies in many therapeutic areas that impact our community such as obesity, diabetes, fatty liver, PTSD and vaccines.

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