Our Studies

Enrolling & Upcoming Studies

Osteoarthritis (Knee)

Osteoarthritis, also known as OA, is joint pain that comes from wear and tear. Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis affecting millions of people worldwide. 

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Hypertension/Weightloss

AMR Mobile is conducting an eight-week clinical research study evaluate the effects of an approved weight loss medication on blood pressure.

Qualified participants must:

  • be ages 19-75
  • be overweight or obese by medical definition and have at least one weight-related comorbidity, such as elevated blood pressure (hypertension), high cholesterol (dyslipidemia), or type 2 diabetes
  • be willing to wear a blood pressure monitoring device for 24 hours on two occasions
  • meet other study criteria
Qualified participants will receive at no cost:
  • all study-related medical care
  • lab tests
  • investigational medication
Compensation is available up to $900.00 for time and travel. Insurance is not required.
  

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Oral Contraceptive Birth Control

AMR Mobile is currently enrolling child-bearing women between the ages 19 to 35 in an investigational and contraceptive clinical study. 

Qualified participants:

  • are premenopausal women in good physical and mental health
  • do not want to have children at least one year following screening
  • meet other study criteria 
Qualified participants will receive at no cost:
  • all study-related medical exams
  • lab tests
  • investigational oral contraceptive 
Reimbursement for time and study-related travel is available and insurance is not required. To see if you qualify, call 251-414-1984.
 

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Chikungunya Vaccine

Like the West Nile Virus, the Chikungunya virus spreads by an infected mosquito bite. Fever and joint pain are common symptoms. 

Now enrolling patients 12 to 65 years of age for a non live vaccine Chikungunya study!

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Healthy Volunteers- RSV Vaccine

Respiratory Syncitial Virus (RSV) is a highly contagious virus that impacts
everyone and in mild cases presents like a common cold. However, RSV can also cause more serious respiratory illness, mainly in older adults and in young infants. RSV season is common during the winter months in temperate climates. RSV and flu are different viruses. Therefore, you can still get an RSV infection even if you have been vaccinated against the flu.

RSV can lead to serious complications, such as pneumonia in older adults. RSV may also worsen some existing conditions, such as chronic respiratory or heart disease

    

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CCR is now AMR Mobile

About AMR-Mobile

We are one of 16 locations across the United States. Our name has changed, but the mission remains the same- discover new treatments and impact lives along the Gulf Coast through clinical research trials.