Please review our current studies, if you are interested in participating please visit our website to submit your information.   C-Diff Vaccine Study Clinical Trial Patients who are hospitalized or in a long term care facility may be at risk for contracting C-Diff or Clostridium difficile, an infection of the bowels resulting in diarrhea. Anyone planning… Continue Reading »

The following are clinical trials that Jean Brown Research is currently enrolling. If you or someone you know is interested in participating, please visit our site Bunion Study– Clinical trial of an investigational pain medication given after bunion surgery, for patients 18 years or older C-Diff Vaccine– Hospitalized patients may contract C-Diff or Clostridium difficile, an… Continue Reading »

Like many things, everyone has a unique wisdom teeth experience. Not everyone has 4 of the extra molars, some have more, some have none, watch this video about wisdom teeth. Jean Brown will be doing a Wisdom Teeth study, visit our website to see if you could be a candidate for this study. is a Salt… Continue Reading »

There are some dentists and oral surgeons stating that wisdom teeth removal isn’t always a necessity. The school of thought has been that removing wisdom teeth is a way to post pone the inevitable, but as Dr. Greg J. Huang, chairman of orthodontics at the University of Washington in Seattle stated, “Everybody is at risk for… Continue Reading »

Wisdom teeth are the last teeth to come in, but often there isn’t enough room for the tooth. Because of the lack of room the tooth may not be able to rise through the gums completely, this is called impacted. When the tooth becomes impacted bacteria can enter around the partially erupted tooth and may… Continue Reading »

It’s been reported that since the recession hit that many have opted out of going to the dentist, either due to lack of dental insurance or unable to pay their portion of the bill. If you have wisdom teeth that are impacted if you are in either situation the pain may become so unbearable you… Continue Reading »

Wisdom teeth are the third molars that appear much later in life usually in late teen to early adulthood. It’s believed that they are called wisdom teeth because they appear when you are much “wiser” than a child, so why get rid of them? There is often not room in your mouth for the extra… Continue Reading »

Now Enrolling Wisdom teeth are part of growing up. Unfortunately, most people don’t have enough room in their mouth for these teeth and they must be surgically removed.  Several medications for managing the pain after wisdom teeth extraction are being studied. If you or someone you know has impacted wisdom teeth and are between the… Continue Reading »

Development of innovative medicines such as new pain relief drugs or vaccines for medical conditions ranging from wisdom teeth to diabetic peripheral neuropathy is a critical part of healthcare as it helps people lead healthier and longer lives. Before a new medicine can be sold, pharmaceutical companies must perform rigorous testing through clinical trials to… Continue Reading »

Wisdom teeth are a part of growing up for most people. Unfortunately, there’s often not enough room in the mouth for these teeth and they require extraction.  Medications to manage the pain after surgery are constantly under review. If you have impacted wisdom teeth and are between the ages of 16 and 45 you may… Continue Reading »