For superior, on time results from a performance driven partner, Jean Brown Research delivers. For more than twenty years, Jean Brown Research has played an important role in this process by helping pharmaceutical companies conduct clinical research trials needed to bring valuable medicines to the public.
Jean Brown Research has been conducting clinical trials for over 25 years, providing insightful study results to help bring new medications and procedures to market. We are specialists in research studies that have been trusted by pharmaceutical giants such as Bayer, Pfizer and Novartis as well smaller, lesser known companies.
Our proprietary methodology, experienced principal investigators and expert staff will deliver reliable, high quality data for both in-patient and out-patient studies.
Our capability to manage various indications includes acute and chronic pain, vaccines, cardiology, dermatology, gastroenterology, women’s health, and imaging. This wide array of expertise sets us apart from other research organizations.
Jean Brown Research is Utah’s premier medical research organization that helps pharmaceutical companies by conducting clinical trials needed to determine whether a medicine is safe and effective. Data quality is our specialty! The more accurate we are, the safer the vaccines and medications on the market will be.
Jean Brown Research services the Wasatch from Salt Lake City to Provo Utah. People who participate in a medical study may receive complimentary physical exams, treatments and medication related to the study, as well as compensation for their time and travel.
Clinical trials and medical research are so important that pharmaceutical companies spend millions of dollars over a period of many years to study a single medicine. As Utahs premier medical research organization, Jean Brown Research contributes to the development of innovative medicines such as new pain relief drugs or vaccines for medical conditions, ranging from wisdom teeth to diabetic peripheral neuropathy. Clinical trials are a critical part of healthcare as the medical research studies help companies produce safe and effective medicines so people lead healthier and longer lives.
Before any new medicine can be sold to the public, pharmaceutical companies must perform rigorous testing through clinical research trials to show that the medicine meets the federally regulated safety and efficacy standards.
As you can see, pharmaceutical companies need to have clinical trials conducted to make sure they produce the best products possible.
Clinical research trials involve testing an investigational drug or medical device on humans. Each clinical trial must use a protocol that has been written according to government regulations. A protocol is a study plan that is carefully designed to safeguard the health of the participants, as well as answer specific research questions. It describes what types of people may participate in the trial, the schedule of tests, procedures, medications, and dosages, as well as the length of the study.
Clinical research trials are conducted to determine whether promising new treatments will be safe and effective for patients. Participants in clinical trials can gain access to new research treatments before they are widely available, play a more active role in their own health care and help others by contributing valuable information to medical research.
Jean Brown Research is the leader in wisdom teeth removal research studies. Utah Clinical Trial participants may qualify for no cost removal of their impacted wisdom teeth. Visit our Free Utah Wisdom Teeth Removal study page for more details.
We are currently seeking healthy volunteers and participants for our many clinical research studies. Please click here to see all of our current clinical research studies.
We invite you to visit each clinical research study page to learn more or simply fill out the healthy volunteer form. Once we receive your form, our team at Jean Brown Research will contact you with information on studies your may be eligible for now or in the future. We look forward to working with you on an upcoming research study.