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 your attacks. From there, you … Read more

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 series continues. His award-winning passion … Read more

Behind the Research: Paula Clark

Behind the Research

Our Behind the Research series continues with this month’s featured team member, Paula Clark. Paula wears many hats here at Charlottesville Medical Research. Her devotion to excellence in every aspect she contributes to is the very heart of our fantastic team. Question: Tell us a little bit about your role. What motivates you to participate … Read more

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Behind the Research

The team at Charlottesville Medical Research (CMR) is dedicated to the health and well-being of our community. Through our relationships with pharmaceutical and device companies, we work hard to help bring new therapies to those in Charlottesville and around the world. CMR is proud to have an exceptional team who shares our passion for hope … Read more

Searching for regularity? Learn more about constipation relief in our blog! Woman with long hair with concern on her face, constipation research

Constipation: The Hard Truth

Constipation affects more than 2.5 million people annually in the United States. It is defined as having three or fewer bowel movements a week, and occasional constipation is common. Unfortunately, the hard truth is that chronic constipation is a reality many face every day. Symptoms and Causes Everyone’s regularity is different, but there are some … Read more

Looking to spread holiday cheer? Volunteer in a research study

The Gift of Good Health: Volunteering in Clinical Research

Giving back during the holiday season is customary for many individuals and families. Volunteering in clinical research studies is often overlooked because it can get overshadowed by holiday-related options. It’s understandable; being a clinical research volunteer doesn’t sound very “Christmassy.” That’s because research studies aren’t confined to a month on a calendar as they work … Read more