Are you 18 years old and above?
Have you had moderate to Severe Eczema/Atopic Dermatitis for at least three years?
We accept participants of all sexes.
You may be eligible for a study and receive compensation for time and travel.
See if you are eligible by filling out this form. You will be contacted by our staff as soon as possible.
This study aims to see if ADX-914 are safe and effective to treat people with eczema. We’ll compare the results of the medication against a placebo treatment.
INTERVENTION / TREATMENT
ENROLLMENT NATIONWIDE (ESTIMATED)
AGES ELIGIBLE FOR STUDY
12 Years and above (Adult, Older Adult)
SEXES ELIGIBLE FOR STUDY
ACCEPTS HEALTHY VOLUNTEERS
Read on Clinicaltrial.gov: https://clinicaltrials.gov/study/NCT05509023
Why participate in clinical research? All of the medicines you currently take for your health were first studied in clinical trials before the FDA approved them. It is a great way to help your community, while getting close care and monitoring by doctors you know.
Page updated: August 2023
Study Participation Details
About Trials and SWIA CRC
All our clinical research opportunities are FDA regulated and are sponsored by pharmaceutical companies or government agencies to develop new treatments or to study additional diseases for treatments currently approved for prescription. Each trial is conducted at many academic and private research centers that have been carefully chosen for their experience and reputation. SWIA Clinical Research Center, is a separate company affiliated with Midwest Allergy Sinus & Respiratory has operated over 1000 trials over the past 30 years and has been involved in developing many of the allergy and respiratory medicines you may be familiar with, including Zyrtec, Allegra, Singulair, Advair, Symbicort, Breztri, Trelegy, Nasonex, Xhance, Grastek, Ragwitek, Xolair, Dupixent, Palforzia, Stelara, Opzelura, Cibinqo, and Rinvoq, to name a few. Our highly trained clinical research staff follow strict protocols, which are in place to ensure safety, uniformity, and integrity. We have conducted studies with Volunteers from all walks of life, from infancy through advanced ages.
Contact us for more information, SWIA Clinical Research Dept.: Stephanie 309-451-7509 or Kady 309-452-0995 Ext 7522. You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or fill out this contact this form.