What you should know about clinical research studies.

Clinical research studies aim to answer specific questions about
how medicines work in the volunteers who take them. You should
feel fully informed about what to expect from participation in a
clinical research study.

Researchers use clinical research studies to:

  • Answer specific health questions
  • Learn about the effects and safety of investigational drugs
  • Help find new ways of using approved medications
About the SURPASS-EARLY Study

Type 2 diabetes can be hard to manage and even harder to control. Join a local clinical research study to help evaluate a potential treatment option. Those who qualify will receive:

  • Care and support from research doctors and their healthcare teams
  • Possible compensation for travel + expenses
  • Study-related treatment at no cost
About the SELECT Study

Research has shown that treatment with semaglutide may reduce the risk of stroke and heart attack in people with type 2 diabetes. In a study called SELECT, we will check to see if semaglutide reduces the risk of cardiovascular events such as heart attack and stroke in people with overweight or obesity.

About the Assessment of Three Basic Progressive Lens Designs Study

The study will be evaluating the effects of wearing 3 different pairs of progressive addition lenses. Each pair is worn for one week and then evaluated by a survey. The study is completed in around two months and requires three separate visits.

Contact Us

The Western Center for Clinical and Translational Research at Western University of Health Sciences conducts research for a broad range of medical disorders and offers patients opportunities to participate in research and clinical trials.

Visit our office located at
795 E. Second Street, Suite #4. Pomona, CA. 91766
or contact us at (909) 469-8626 for more information about clinical trials.

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