GI Select Health Research:
GI Select Health Research is an integrated research provider where we conduct leading clinical research trials in gastrointestinal diseases and digestive disorders. Partnered with ObjectiveHealth, our research center proudly offers leading clinical research services in Richmond, Virginia. We provide the extra care in an environment designed to provide patients with the best healthcare information, support, and emerging treatment options.
Clinical research is the study of health and illness in individuals. Our voluntary research studies determine the efficacy and safety of new methods to diagnose diseases, and new ways to reduce the chances of developing a disease. Patients who participate in clinical trials play an integral role in shaping the future of healthcare and are essential to the advancement of medicine.
At GI Select Health Research, we are conducting clinical trials in digestive diseases, including nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH), nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), and colorectal cancer screening.
NASH is a silent chronic disease that remains asymptomatic until the complications of liver cirrhosis arise. However, patients are often diagnosed only when they develop signs of advanced liver disease. While there are currently no therapeutic treatment options for NASH, we are committed to working through clinical trials in pursuit of initial therapies to combat this often-undiagnosed disease.
Our expertly trained medical staff seamlessly guides our patients through the clinical research process, provides every resource available and will be there every step of the way. While gaining access to new research treatment options, our patients also have access to free diagnostics, FibroScan® testing, resources, and additional care opportunities. Our research center strives to offer successful studies to provide our patients with efficient and cost-effective options.
Clinical Trials Experience Video:
For individuals interested in learning more about our clinical trials, you can watch the video below.