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Research Participants

Charlottesville Medical Research (CMR) is an independent clinical research facility in Charlottesville, Virginia. We have been working with pharmaceutical and device companies for over 20 years with the goal of making a meaningful contribution to world health.

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Sponsors/CROs

Charlottesville Medical Research (CMR) has extensive experience conducting Phases II thru IV studies over the last 20 years with a solid infrastructure of highly experienced research personnel. Our dedication to providing quality data and extensive oversight are unmatched.

Predicting a migraine. Learn the warning signs in our new blog

Predicting a Migraine

Migraines progress through distinct phases occurring before an attack, during, and after. Understanding each stage can help you better manage your condition. The prodrome stage occurs before an attack, and symptoms like fatigue and blurry vision are often warning signs for an attack. Predicting a migraine means recognizing these early symptoms in

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Behind the research with Dr. Clark

Behind the Research

In 2002, Charlottesville Medical Research began a relationship with an investigator for their diabetes, hypertension, and osteoarthritis studies. Fourteen years and over 150 trials later, Dr. James Clark became the Charlottesville Medical Research Center LLC Owner and Medical Director. Dr. Clark is the focus this month as our Behind the Research blog

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Together, we can change the narrative about low t.

The Dangers of Low Testosterone

One of the less-fun things about getting older is that things don’t work the way they used to. For example, testosterone levels in men typically begin to decrease around the age of 40. Though some age-related decline is expected, other causes can lead to a condition called low testosterone or

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