Study Participants

We are constantly seeking out new clinical trial projects to bring to our local community here in Newcastle. We are passionate about providing our community with access to potential new treatments and medical advancements. Genesis Research Services is regularly involved in world-first studies for pain management.

Our team of investigative doctors includes a variety of medical specialists and GPs, allowing us to provide a broad spectrum of trial opportunities to our community.

Participants are at the centre of everything we do here at Genesis.

At our established research centre, you will be cared for by a team of health professionals. You will see trained research coordinators at each study visit who will guide you through every step of your research journey and answer any questions you have. Our medical doctors  take great interest in their research projects, ensuring you will be well cared for throughout your journey with us.

You can view a list of our currently enrolling clinical trials on our Join a Trial page, apply for any relevant trials, or register your interest for future studies. For more information on the range of studies we work on, visit our Trials Experience page.


Understanding Clinical Trials

It is important to us that our participants feel comfortable throughout their clinical trials journey. We are continually adding informative blogs to our website to provide transparent access to information for study participants. 

Please read the following articles or view the video below to learn more about clinical trials. We also have a range of condition-specific information held in the News section of our website. 

Clinical trial coordinators

Clinical Trials – The Role of the Coordinator

A clinical trial coordinator is a person responsible for performing a variety of activities essential to the conduct of clinical trials at a research site. They are professionals who are trained in the conduct of research involving humans.
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