Clinical trials in need of pet patients
The College of Veterinary Science at North Carolina State University is seeking pets for it's Clinical Trials Program.
Clinical trials most commonly involve testing the effects of a new or existing treatment on an illness or disorder. For more information, call 919.513.6384.
Dog and cat anxiety studies sponsored by the Animal Behavior Service at NCSU's Veterinary Teaching Hospital.
We are looking for dogs with fore-limb and/or hind-limb lameness and radiographic evidence of osteoarthritis.
NCSU Comparative Pain research Laboratory is performing a clinical investigation to determine night time activity levels in dogs suffering from osteoarthritis.
Study evaluating early heart disease in dogs that will measure activity levels at home. Activity will be recorded using a small device attached to the dog’s collar.
A pilot study is being conducted to determine whether the addition of low doses of generic methotrexate will allow prednisone dose reduction in dogs with atopic dermatitis without adding unnecessary side effects.
An esophageal stricture, a narrowing of the esophagus, may occur following damage to the esophageal lining, which may be caused by chronic vomiting, reaction to oral medications, after anesthetic procedures, or due to injury to the esophagus.
Clinical trial evaluating the safety and efficacy of levetiracetam in epileptic dogs whose seizures are poorly controlled with standard anticonvulsant medications.
Clinical study evaluating the normal tissue tolerance to radiation therapy following induction chemotherapy in casts with intra-abdominal high-grade lymphoma.