Sher Allergy Specialists operates a clinical research program under the supervision of Dr. Mandel Sher who has been conducting clinical studies for over 20 years.
Our clinical research program has contributed to the medications and devices that are now state-of-the-art allergic and respiratory care. All of our clinical studies are approved and overviewed by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Clinical Research, also known as “clinical studies” or “clinical trials,” is another way Sher Allergy’s experienced research team offers our children and adult patients, and almost anyone who is not yet a patient but is interested in participating in a clinical trial, the opportunity to help others and possibly help themselves. Clinical trials evaluate the safety and efficacy of novel medications and medical devices. The clinical research may directly benefit you by offering a treatment option that is not yet available to the public and may produce a better outcome or experience than your current situation. We invite you to call today to see if there is a study for you.
In appreciation for your voluntary participation, most clinical studies offer payment for time and travel. You do not need to have health insurance to participate. In addition to having access to the study medication or device, clinical research volunteers may benefit from related doctor visits, labs, physical exam, and other medical tests at no cost. Every clinical research study has a specific purpose and eligibility criteria. Our friendly and expert clinical research team will look forward to hearing about your interest and seeing if there is a current or upcoming study for which you are a fit. For more information or to see if you qualify for a current study, please call to speak with one of our experienced and friendly team.
Current and Recent Clinical
Current and recent clinical research trials have studied: Allergic Rhinitis, Asthma, Chronic Cough, Chronic Sinusitis, Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis, Immunodeficiency Disease, Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis, Nasal Polyps, and Peanut Allergy.