Clinical Trials Center

Type
Facilities

The Clinical Trials Center (CTC) was established as a clinical research unit in 1992 to support military, Federal, and industrial partners in their mission to develop new vaccines, drugs, and diagnostic systems that will benefit not only the military, but all people. An average of 13-15 clinical studies are conducted each year through the CTC. To implement these studies, the CTC recruits over 350 human volunteers per year. Services: Design and implementation of Phase I, II, and III clinical protocols; Consultative support in all aspects of study design; Recruitment and management of study volunteers; Design and maintenance of clinical records, case report forms and databases; On-site storage and monitoring of study vaccines and medication; Outpatient facilities with full clinical support staff for study visits; Quality Assurance WRAIR also provides regulatory services: Development of regulatory strategies for new product submissions, preparation of regulatory documents and their submission to the FDA.

Disease
Chagas disease
Echinococcosis
Human African trypanosomiasis (HAT)
Snakebite
Leprosy
Rabies
Buruli ulcer
Dengue
Podoconiosis
Trachoma
Schistosomiasis
Onchocerciasis
Lymphatic filariasis
Foodborne trematode infections
Cysticercosis/Taeniasis
Malaria
Dracunculiasis
Leishmaniasis
Tuberculosis
Endemic treponematoses (Yaws)
Soil-transmitted helminthiasis (STH)
None Available
Condition of use

In house only