Little Rock, AR

little rock arkansas locationLynn Institute of the Ozarks
500 S. University Ave., Suite 500
Little Rock, AR 72205

Main (501) 975-2000
Corporate (405) 602-3927
Fax (501) 975-2001

In operation since 2006, Lynn Institute of the Ozarks, combines the knowledge of renowned medical professionals along with the experience of pharmaceutical trial professionals to provide improved health care service to the Little Rock area. Lynn Institute of the Ozarks serves a broad population of approximately 700,000 in the Little Rock, North Little Rock and Conway metropolitan areas.

For more information or to participate in a clinical trial contact us at (501) 975-2000 or fill out our participant information form.

We are currently seeking participants with the following medical conditions:

Bacterial Vaginosis
If you are a female between the ages of 18 and 45, have a history of Bacterial Vaginosis, and are currently experiencing an episode of BV you may qualify for an upcoming medical research study.

Crohn’s Disease
We are currently seeking patients 18 to 75 years of age with a diagnosis of Crohn’s Disease at least 6 months prior. Participants must have moderately to severely active CD and be intolerant or have insufficient response to conventional therapy. Qualified participants may be compensated. Read article about this potentially groundbreaking therapy.
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Gout
We are looking for adults with a diagnosis of gout. This study is evaluating investigational medication that might help prevent gout flares. You must have had at least three gout flares in the last year. Participants who qualify for this study will receive study medication at no cost and may be reimbursed for study-related time and travel.

Osteoarthritis
If you are 18 years or older, have a documented history of osteoarthritis in your hip or knee, and are dissatisfied with your current treatment of your osteoarthritis, you may qualify for clinical trial at Lynn Institute. Qualified participants may be compensated for time and travel.

Upcoming Trials
Birth Control
Diabetes
Fibromyalgia
Overactive Bladder
Tdap Vaccine