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(401) 681-4960

470 Toll Gate Road
Warwick, RI 02886

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Welcome to AAPRI Clinical Research Institute!


We are a multi-specialty clinical research center located in Warwick, Rhode Island. We make it possible for people to participate in clinical trials that can help lead to important medical breakthroughs.

Participants in our studies enjoy close personal attention, including free physical exams by our medical staff, laboratory assessments, study medications, and often compensated for time and travel. Most importantly though, participants have the benefit of gaining a better understanding of their disease or condition. To find out how to participate in our clinical trials, click here for more information.

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Upcoming Trials

We are looking for patients to participate in upcoming trials for COPD, Dermatitis and other various studies. Participation in clinical research studies is also a great way to help researchers develop new medications or therapies.

Contact us now for further details to see if you are a candidate for some of our current and/or future trials and studies.

Current Enrolling Clinical Studies

F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd (GS29735)

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MERCK Pediatric Ragweed Study

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Asthma Study

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Our Mission

To provide clinical research services to help with being a value partner in the science of medicine. We have a dedicated and experienced staff of medical professionals that conduct clinical research with the up-most respect and consideration as well as compassion for our research participants. We provide accurate information to the pharmaceutical companies that ultimately lead to the drug development process. New medication and therapies are responsible for improving the lives of people with the advancement in new clinical therapies.

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