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Atopic Dermatitis Clinical Trials in Oklahoma City

Atopic dermatitis clinical trials, where your involvement will contribute to better health outcomes.

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Do You Have Itchy Skin and Rash?

You might qualify for eczema clinical trials.

Do you suffer from red, itchy, scaly rashes or blistering skin indicative of eczema?

We’re currently conducting atopic dermatitis clinical trials, exploring advanced treatment options for atopic dermatitis. The trials aim to evaluate the efficacy and safety of the investigational drug in single therapy and combination therapy treatment. You can enroll in the study by filling out the contact form.

*Participation in the Clinical Trial is completely free of cost and is your choice.

*To participate, fill out the form, and someone from our research staff will call you to determine your eligibility for the Clinical Research Study.

About Atopic Dermatitis Clinical Trials

Our site in Oklahoma City will host clinical trials for AD or eczema. Participants will be individuals suffering from moderate to severe AD. All study-related care, including investigational medication and diagnostic tests, will be free to participants.

Volunteers who meet these criteria may need to visit the site to undergo screening and enroll in the study. During the screening process, participants or their legal guardians will be required to sign an Informed Consent form. This process involves the study doctor providing detailed explanations of all study requirements and the duration of participation. For participants under the age of 18, it is essential that parents or guardians fully comprehend the study requirements and treatment. They are encouraged to address any queries they have with the study doctor before signing the Informed Consent form.

*All study procedures and study-related treatment, including the investigational drug, are free of cost, and insurance is not required to participate.

*The study doctor will take you through every step of the Clinical Trial before you decide to participate and will answer any questions you have about the study treatment.

Atopic Dermatitis Research: What to Expect?

This clinical research study focuses on investigating potential treatments for atopic dermatitis. If you’ve been dealing with moderate to severe eczema for six months or longer, you may qualify to participate in our Eczema Clinical Trials located near you in Oklahoma.

During the screening phase, the study doctor will thoroughly explain all study criteria and provide detailed information about the duration of your participation. If you meet the criteria following screening and diagnostic tests, you’ll be requested to sign an informed consent form. Upon signing, you’ll undergo health-related questioning and a series of health assessments to determine your suitability for volunteering in our research trial.

All procedures, testing, and either investigational or placebo medication required for the study will be provided at no cost to you or your private insurance. Additionally, reimbursement for study-related travel expenses may be available.

*Study-related care is offered at no charge. Expert physicians and healthcare professionals conduct thorough physical exams and assessments.*


12 Years to 17 Years


Male & Female


Atopic Dermatitis

Current Status


What happens in atopic dermatitis?

People with atopic dermatitis have a disrupted skin barrier function. This means their skin is less able to retain moisture and protect itself from irritants. This underlying issue, combined with a tendency towards overactive immune responses, leads to the symptoms of eczema.


  • Scarring: Scratches can heal into permanent scars, especially with chronic eczema.
  • Thickened skin (lichenification): Long-term scratching can thicken the skin, making it rough and itchy.
  • Changes in skin color: Affected areas may become darker or lighter than surrounding skin.


  • Itchy skin: This is the hallmark symptom of eczema and can be very intense. Scratching can worsen the irritation and lead to broken skin.
  • Dry, red, and scaly skin: The affected areas may appear red and inflamed and develop scaly patches.
  • Blisters and oozing: Small blisters may form and ooze fluid in severe cases.
  • Thickening of the skin: Chronic scratching can thicken the skin in affected areas.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are atopic dermatitis clinical trials?

Atopic dermatitis clinical trials are research studies designed to evaluate new treatments, medications, or interventions for individuals with atopic dermatitis. These trials aim to assess investigational therapies’ safety, efficacy, and tolerability and advance medical knowledge in managing this skin condition.

How are participants monitored during atopic dermatitis clinical trials?

Participants in atopic dermatitis clinical trials undergo regular monitoring, including assessments of skin symptoms, quality of life measures, and safety evaluations. Adverse events are closely monitored and managed according to the study protocol.

Is participation in an atopic dermatitis clinical trial voluntary?

Yes, participation in a clinical trial is entirely voluntary, and participants can withdraw from the study at any time without penalty. Individuals considering participation should carefully review the study information, ask questions, and make an informed decision with the guidance of the study team.