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Give of Yourself this Holiday Season!

Thursday, December 14th, 2017

Are you feeling a bit overwhelmed and depleted?  Has the tin cup been passed around a little too much this holiday season?  Do you have donor fatigue?  Believe it not, there might be a way you could feel better. How?
VOLUNTEER! Clinical trials are now enrolling at Coastal Connecticut Research in New London.

Studies have shown people who volunteer actually feel better. It creates what is called the “happiness effect.”  During this season of giving, consider sharing your time to help advance medical research.  Volunteer for a clinical research study.  You’ll receive study-related health care at no cost, no cost study medication, and, reimbursement for time and travel is available.  Best of all, by participating in research, you can help to advance knowledge about new ways to treat existing diseases and conditions.

So, instead of just taking out your checkbook and making out yet another donation, add to the warm fuzzy feeling by donating your time to research. Volunteers do make a difference!

Call us today at (860) 443-4567 or email

Meet Jessie Jellison, LPN, CRC

Thursday, June 26th, 2014

When she is not out enjoying watersports on the Thames River, Jessie Jellison, LPN, CRC, of Uncasville can be found at CCRStudies in New London. Jessie entered the medical field as an LPN, and in addition to her nursing duties, also serves as one of the Clinical Research Coordinators at CCRStudies. Since joining CCRStudies in 2011, Jessie has furthered her education and now holds a variety of certifications enabling her to serve in a series of clinical trials.

Jessie’s upbeat and outgoing personality, combined with her sense of humor, provides a welcoming presence to the patients of CCRStudies. In addition to her medical background and clinical responsibilities, Jessie also does a tremendous amount of behind the scenes work to help keep the facility running smoothly. Jessie has said her job at CCRStudies allows her to be “part of something bigger.” She also likes working in an environment that allows her to be continually educated. Jessie admits the she loves “meeting new people and seeing the future happen right in front of me,” thanks to clinical trials.

Jessie and her family have had the good fortune of living by the Thames River and take full advantage of all of the recreation their waterfront location has to offer. Her balance between fun and hard work have made Jessie a wonderful asset to CCRStudies.