Call 303.771.9000 or visit our Atopic Dermatitis studies page to learn more about our current eczema studies!

IMMUNOe Health Centers Atopic Dermatitis Research StudiesAt IMMUNOe Health & Research Centers, we are committed to treating – and understanding – the full spectrum of immune and immune-related diseases and disorders. We believe that there is a link between eczema (atopic dermatitis) and the immune system.


ABOUT ATOPIC DERMATITIS

Atopic Dermatitis is a chronic inflammatory skin disease, affecting up to 20% of children, and 10% of adults. Symptoms (including itching and sleep disturbance) associated with AD can be highly disruptive to quality of life and can increase the susceptibility of patients to skin infections. Because the skin is one of the first barriers of protection for the body, diseases affecting this important organ can impact other systems of the body, especially the immune system.

WHY PARTICIPATE?

Participating in a clinical research trial gives patients access to investigational treatment not currently available on the market and provides them with an opportunity to contribute to scientific developments that lead to new treatment options in the future.

WHAT IS A CLINICAL RESEARCH TRIAL?

A clinical trial is a research study designed to answer specific questions about investigational drugs or new ways of using known treatments. Physicians conduct clinical trials according to strict rules set by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), ethical review committees, and the Federal Government.


Is eczema affecting you or your loved ones? IMMUNOe Health Centers is currently enrolling for a variety of atopic dermatitis studies for children and adults ages 2 to 65. All study-related visits, medication, and care will be provided to participants at no cost.

Fill out the screening survey below to see if you are eligible.

Your Name (required)

Your Email (required)

Your Phone Number

Is patient willing to come in for a screening visit?

Age of Patient

When was atopic dermatitis diagnosed?

How much of patient's body is covered by eczema?

How red is patient's skin?

On average, how itchy does patient feel?

What kind of medication does the patient use currently?

Is that medication helping?

What kind of medication has the patient used previously?

Was that medication helpful?

If not, why was that medication discontinued?

If patient were to participate in a study, is there anything about research or medical visits that patient would prefer to avoid (ie. injections, very long visits)?

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