“Our team strives to provide the ideal site for all clinical research opportunities regardless of the trial to be conducted. We have extensive experience successfully performing various vaccine, drug, and diagnostic studies, and experience in performing human challenge studies.”
Dr. Kristopher Paolino Center for Clinical Research, Director
recovered COVID-19 patients for emergency clinical trial
Upstate Medical University is seeking recovered COVID-19
patients to donate plasma in an emergency clinical trial to help treat other
patients battling the disease.
If you are 18 years or
older, have tested positive for COVID-19 and are now 14 days out from your
last symptom, call Upstate
Clinical Trials at 315-464-9869 to arrange a screening appointment.
The project is part of the National COVID-19 Convalescent Plasma
Project, approved by the Food and Drug Administration as an Emergency
Investigational New Drug (EIND). The theory is that people who have recovered
from COVID-19 have developed antibodies against the disease that could be given
to a currently infected person to lessen symptoms and speed recovery.
Upstate is working with the American Red Cross on the project.
Join the struggle against COVID-19 by participating in this paid research study!!