ALA Clinical Trial Listings
Dr. Rohit Katial, MD
Director, Weinberg Clinical Research Unit
National Jewish Health is currently seeking qualified study participants for asthma research studies sponsored by the American Lung Association. Please see below for descriptions of these important ALA asthma research trials.
(LASST) Controlled Asthmatics’ Step Down Study: Is your asthma well controlled? Researchers at National Jewish Health are conducting a clinical trial comparing three FDA-approved medications for controlled asthma. If you are 12 years of age or older and using moderate doses of inhaled steroids to control your asthma symptoms, we may have a study for you! Study drug, testing and financial compensation provided to qualified participants. Call a patient recruiter at 303-398-1911 to find out more!
(SCS) Smoking Asthmatics’ Study: Do you have asthma and smoke? If you are between the ages of 18 – 50, smoke cigarettes & have physician diagnosed asthma, researchers at National Jewish Health may have a study for you! We are conducting a clinical trial looking to improve the health of asthmatic smokers. If you have not yet been diagnosed with COPD, chronic bronchitis or emphysema, then you may qualify! Financial compensation, smoking cessation support and breathing tests provided at no cost to study participants. Please call a patient recruiter at 303-398-1911 to find out more.
(CPAP) Controlled Asthmatics’ CPAP Study: Do you have asthma? If you are between the ages of 15 & 60, researchers at National Jewish Health may have a study for you! Researchers are interested in learning if using continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) to keep airways open during sleep will make airways more relaxed, thus improving asthma symptoms. CPAP Machine, asthma tests and financial compensation provided to qualified study participants. Call 303-398-1911 to find out if you qualify!
National Jewish Health® and the American Lung Association strive to improve peoples’ lives through researching new pulmonary medications, applications and treatments.
If you do not have asthma, but you know someone who does, please pass this important message along to a friend or loved one who may have an interest in participating in a pulmonary research trial at National Jewish Health. Please call a patient recruiter at 303.398.1911, email WCRU@njhealth.org or visit www.nationaljewish.org today to find out more.