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Happy New Year!

Thursday, December 29th, 2016

We’re on the cusp of a new year.  How do you want to spend your 2017?  Coastal Connecticut Research is seeking volunteers for a variety of clinical research studies.  There is no cost to participate in a clinical research trial, no cost for the study-related care and no cost for the study product.  Reimbursement is available for time and travel.

Research volunteers play in important role in the future of healthcare.  Volunteer participation provides researchers with valuable data on the safety and efficacy of the study product, whether this is an investigational medication, an investigational device or an already FDA-approved medication.  Insurance is not needed to participate in research.

Helping others comes in a variety of forms.  You can play an important role in the future of medicine by participating as a research volunteer. Contact a member of the CCRstudies team at (860)443-4567 or

C’mon Down! Research Volunteers Needed!

Thursday, October 13th, 2016


Research volunteers are needed in Southeastern Connecticut.  Coastal Connecticut Research, located on Montauk Avenue in  New London,  seeks people from all backgrounds and all walks of life to participate in clinical research studies.

Our Certified Research Coordinators and Study Nurses Jessie Jellison Hatfield, LPN, Diane Palmer, RN and Beth Rogers, LPN are available to answer any questions you might have regarding your role in research.  Board-Certified physicians serve as the principal investigators on our studies, which include trials in women’s healthcare, neurology, and internal medicine.

You don’t have to be living with a major illness to participate in research. Healthy volunteers are currently needed for studies on conditions such as postmenopausal vaginal dryness,  urinary incontinence, and memory loss.  If you are someone who would like to take an active role in the future of healthcare and the development of medicines to treat individuals in the US and beyond, please consider becoming a research volunteer.  There is no cost to participate, no cost for study-related products and no insurance is needed.

Talk to a friendly and informative member of our team today.  Call (860)443-4567 or email  We look forward to hearing from you.

Spring into Research!

Monday, April 25th, 2016

April is winding down, and May is approaching – a typically gorgeous month here in New England with vibrant flowers, plentiful celebrations (Mother’s Day, college graduations, Memorial Day).  If you a feeling an extra spring in your step thanks to the vernal equinox, perhaps you would like to learn more about becoming a clinical research volunteer.

Clinical research volunteers are people just like you – they come from all walks of life and socio-economic backgrounds. What clinical research volunteers have in common is the desire to help others by participating in research.   Volunteers are people who wish to share either their time, their talent or their treasure.  Research volunteers  give of themselves to help advance discoveries in medicine.  Typically a clinical trial involves testing an investigational medication (not yet approved by the FDA), or tests an investigational device.  Observational trials do not involve testing a medication.

Volunteers will receive study-related exams and testing at no cost and study-related product at no cost. No insurance is needed to participate in a research trial and reimbursement may be offered for time and travel.  At the request of the volunteer, results can be forwarded to your primary care physician or specialist.

If you would like to spring into research and learn more about how you can help others and advance medicine through volunteering, contact CCRstudies today at (860)443-4567.