Help be the change by participating in a clinical trial

Moving medical innovation forward requires participants like you who are willing to volunteer, generate change, and lead clinical discovery forward for the understanding and betterment of human advancement.

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Elixia’s research sites and physician investigators have successfully completed studies in several therapeutic specialties including Cardiology, Nephrology, Behavioral Health, and Infectious Disease.

Our all-encompassing network of over 1,500+ providers in the Nephrology and Cardiology sectors provides clinical trial expertise across four main geographical areas in the United States.
With over 20 years of experience in clinical trials, Elixia worked with agility to provide robust capabilities for COVID-19 programs during the pandemic and has since extended therapeutic coverage to other infectious disease-related studies.
We are proud to have partnered with the largest network of diverse patient populations in the Northeast and conducted 200+ studies in the behavioral health space.

Achieving medical breakthroughs

Your decision to enroll in a clinical study has the power to alter lives. By participating in a study, you are helping bring life-changing medications to those who need them most. By contributing to scientists’ understanding of different diseases and illnesses, you are changing the future of medicine.

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Cutting-edge treatment options

Participating in a trial may give you access to novel treatment options that you would otherwise not have access to. With direct access to an expert medical team of specialists, your health and well-being are under continuous and careful care.

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Frequently asked questions

Have questions about clinical trials? Please contact us if we may help answer anything that isn’t covered in the FAQ section below.

What happens in each clinical study depends on what is in the study “protocol.” This is a detailed plan that explains the purpose of the clinical study and for how long that study will run. If you are considering joining a study, these details of the study protocol are shared with you as part of the informed consent process of the study. You can expect to hear more details about: the medication, procedures, and tests that will be part of the study, the study length, and the associated study schedule. You will also learn about how side effects will be managed, tracked, and reported as part of the study upfront as well. A clinical study may also have aspects such as randomization, a placebo (a substance having no pharmacological effect but administered as a control), or blinding. All study volunteers are closely monitored by our clinic staff and medical team to ensure their safety at all times.
Researchers encourage all to consider joining a clinical study. There are many different types of studies that research different aspects of health. Your eligibility for any given study will be contingent on the criteria that are outlined for that particular study. Eligibility criteria can include the following things: age, sex, overall health, type of condition, and your medical treatment history as well. Participation in clinical studies is always voluntary and often a personal decision. You are always encouraged to contact our research team to learn more about studies you may be eligible for.
Elixia conducts clinical studies in our clinical research centers and medical practices across four geographical regions in the United States. If you are looking for a particular study near you, get in contact with our team and we will share more information about site locations, studies, and eligibility criteria.
All clinical studies have possible risks involved. There are known and unknown risks associated with participation in specific studies that will be explained to you in detail during the informed consent process of conversations with our team. This is also the time in which we share with you details about your eligibility for participation as well. Clinical trials receive oversight from many entities. These include the U.S. Food & Drug Administration, institutional review boards, independent data safety and monitoring boards, and ethics committees.
Each clinical study within the United States must be approved by and monitored by the Institutional Review Board (IRB) to make sure that risks are as low as possible and are outweighed by any potential benefits to the study volunteer. You have the right to discontinue participating in the study and leave at any time, for any reason, without any penalty or loss of benefit.
During the screening appointment, you are given detailed information about the study to help you decide if you want to continue participating. Several standard tests may be performed, pending the needs of the study, to qualify your eligibility. Such tests can include vital signs, a physical exam, questionnaires, blood work, or other medical tests as discussed with you during the time of your appointment. If your information and test results are a match for the requirements of the study, you may be given the option to choose to continue participation.
All side effects should be reported to the study doctor, even if you believe the side effect is mild or that it wasn’t caused by the study medicine. Contact information for the study doctor, including a 24-hour emergency contact number, can be found on study materials you received. These materials include the informed consent document and a medical emergency contact card.

Change your life and the lives of others by joining a clinical trial