Clinical research is the study of new pharmaceutical therapies or medical devices that are designed to improve the treatment of a specific disease. When promising new drugs or devices appear, New Horizon Research Group participates in highly specific clinical trials to evaluate these products.

Our Current Research Trials

COVID-19 Treatment

Exciting progress is be made in the treatment of COVID-19 illness with a focus on the outpatient setting. With these new potential treatments, the goal is to treat patients before they get very ill and require hospitalization as well as reduce the potential health impact of the disease.

DX Biosamples Partnership

New Horizon has partnered with DX Biosamples to collect various biosamples (i.e. blood donations) from volunteers in order to assist researchers in the study of multiple diseases and the development of potential new treatments.

High Cholesterol

If your blood contains too much LDL cholesterol it’s known as high cholesterol. When left untreated, high cholesterol can lead to many health problems, including heart attack or stroke.

Low Testosterone

Testosterone is a hormone produced by the human body. When the production of testosterone drops or ceases, a range of symptoms can occur.

Interested in Participating?

Every day, research uncovers new information about medical conditions and possible therapies. You and many other people may benefit from your willingness to become involved.

Qualified participants will receive study drugs and related testing at no cost and may receive compensation for time and travel.

Learn more about the benefits of participation in a clinical trial on our Volunteers page.

Our Vision

To advance medical developments and treatments through quality research.

Our Mission

We are committed to producing accurate and valid data in an effort to facilitate FDA approval and bring new highly effective and efficient treatment options and alternatives to the market by collaborating with research partners and volunteers. We strive to provide excellent, safe, and high-quality care through strong leadership, teamwork, and advocacy to all of our participants and volunteers.

3 Convenient Locations

Cullman Research Center
909 Graham St. SW
Suite D
Cullman, AL 35055
(256) 735-4262

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