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Participants of Japanese Descent Needed

Participants
of Japanese
Descent
Needed

As advances in medicine give us an opportunity to continue to improve global well-being, we need volunteers like you to assist in the development of the newest medications.

Pfizer New Haven Clinical Research Unit is conducting a Phase 1 study of an investigational topical drug to treat people with atopic dermatitis (AD) (e.g., eczema).

Study Participation Details:

  • Your participation will include a one-day onsite screening visit, 12 consecutive overnight stays at our New Haven-based clinic, and 1 follow up call after you leave our facility
  • Volunteers will be compensated up to $3,400 for completion of the study
  • You will be provided with all meals during your stay
  • On-site Japanese language support available

You May Be Able to Participate if:

  • You are of Japanese descent (you have 4 biologically Japanese Grandparents who were born in Japan)
  • You are between 18-55 years of age
  • You are a healthy male OR you are a healthy female (unable to bear children due to menopause, hysterectomy or similar procedure)
  • You must not be on any medications or supplements

Frequently Asked Questions

what is a phase one study?

Phase 1 studies usually include healthy volunteers, and are often the first time a drug is tested in humans. The purpose of Phase 1 studies is to evaluate the safety of a new drug, identify side effects, determine a safe dose range, and learn how the investigational product is absorbed by the body.

What is a screening visit?

An initial screening visit is the first step towards study enrollment. During the screening visit, a medical professional will explain your responsibilities as a volunteer and answer your questions. If you decide to participate, you will undergo a physical exam, blood work, and other tests to help determine whether you are eligible to be enrolled in the study.

What is included in the clinic stay?

Licensed medical staff is onsite at all hours of the day during inpatient stays. Meals and consultation with support staff are provided. During the stay, volunteers have access to amenities such as internet, televisions, a game room and more.