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Dial Research Associates Inc. is a team of study coordinators dedicated to excellence in implementation of Clinical Trials since 1989. We work closedly with physicians in the Nashville area to promote and assist in the patient's safety and comfort during a trial. In working with these physician practices, volunteers may be able to participate in the most current drug therapies available. In addition, through participation in these clinical studies, the volunteer may be provided potential medical breakthroughs that would not otherwise be available to them. He or she receives treatments and medical care associated with the trial at no cost. In addition, the patient may receive compensation for time and travel.

Dial Research Associates Inc. conducts clinical research projects for the pharmaceutical industry in Middle Tennessee. Under the careful supervision of trained, experienced physicians, Nashville residents can participate in studies of investigational products. Dial Research's coordinates a variety of ongoing Phase II, Phase III, and Phase IV Clinical Trials in Women’s Health, Endometriosis, Vaginal Infection, Vaginal Atrophy, Internal Medicine, Hypertension, Orthopedics, Ankle Sprain, Osteoarthritis, Knee and Hip, Gastroenterology, Heart Burn, IBS, Gastric Reflux, Migraines, STD, PHN, DPN, Diabetes, Neuropathy, Low Libido. Study participation can be a positive experience for both the physician and the patient that may provide opportunities for learning, healthcare, and the betterment of our society.

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Benifits of a Clinical Study

Clinical trials that are well-designed and well-executed are the best approach for eligible participants to:
  • Play an active role in their own health care.

  • Gain access to new research treatments before they are widely available.

  • Obtain expert medical care at leading health care facilities during the trial.

  • Help others by contributing to medical research.