Medical Research of Arizona: To be a part of the advancement of medicines in the areas of allergy, asthma and immunology, to give quality work to our sponsors, and to always recognize the commitment. of our Research Volunteers in helping make this possible.
FOR INFORMATION ON PARTICIPATING
Who We Are
Medical Research of Arizona is the research division of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology Associates. We are a collaboration of dedicated providers, research team members and amazing volunteers. Our providers are Dr. Michael E. Manning, Dr. Aaron J. Davis, Dr. Hugh Mackechnie, Jean A. Nelson, and Rachael M. Stillwagon.
Why We Do Clinical Trials
Clinical Trials are a vital piece in the advancement or medicine resulting in new and improved drugs. Our department conducts clinical trials that we feel will ultimately benefit the patients of our practice and the knowledge of our providers such as Allergies, Hereditary Angioedema, Chronic Cough, Urticaria, Asthma and many more Immunological conditions.
What are some of our notable accomplishments?
MRofAZ has been contracting with sponsors for over 25 years. With the help of our research team providing the gold standard in Good Clinical Practice, we have been able to participate in clinical trials leading to FDA approval of medications such as Dupilimab, Xolair, Nucala, Cinqair, Cinryze, Kalbitor, Symbicort, Takhzyro, Palforzia, and Advair, along with inhalers and auto-injector device studies such as the ProAir Respiclick.
Our Amazing Volunteers
We would encourage anyone to consider volunteering in a clinical trial. Medical Research of Arizona conducts clinical trials in Asthma, Allergies, Oral Immunotherapy, Urticaria, Hereditary Angioedema, and other related Immunological Conditions.
In addition to receiving free study-related health assessments, volunteers may also receive possible study-related medications and compensation for their time and travel. They are appreciated for their selfless commitment and time. We work closely with all of our volunteers and recognize the service that they are providing.
If you are interested in obtaining more information about our Research Department, please phone 480-675-8982 and ask to speak with a Coordinator. They will be happy to give details regarding the current research studies and how you might qualify.