Clincal Trials

Established for the advancement in cutting-edge dermatologic care and patient treatment.

Our mission is to be on the front lines of the dermatologic industry, evaluate the science, and support the development of groundbreaking novel treatments. We have state of the art facilities equipped with advanced treatment devices, phototherapy equipment, CLIA certified labs, secure storage locations, HIPAA compliant patient database (over 500,000), and highly experienced, educated, medically trained clinical staff. With the expansion of our dedicated research department, Dermatology Associates of Seattle devotes ever-increasing efforts towards expanding research activities to increase the quality of care for our patients.

We are currently accepting candidates for the following clinical trials

Qualified study participants will receive no-cost study related care, investigational study medication and compensation for time and travel. New trials are always coming please contact us to learn about future studies.


Corrona Psoriasis Registry

Patients need or have been diagnosed with psoriasis by a dermatologist and starting or currently using a biologic for psoriasis
(e.g. Humira, Enbrel, Tremfya, Cosentyx, or Stelara).

Psoriasis

Patients are required to be 18 years of age or older with moderate to severe psoriasis.

Alopecia Areata

Patients should be male 18-60 years old or female 18-70 years old and have severe alopecia areata.

Atopic Dermatitis

Patients should be 12 years or older who have had moderate to severe atopic dermatitis for at least a year.

Federal Research Resources

Dermatology Associates of Seattle's research network believes in fully informing their research patients with both clinical research options and solutions. If any of your questions were not answered using the information contained in this website, you can contact us at anytime in the form below.
Below is a list of free informational websites to learn more about clinical research:

CenterWatch.com

Clinical Research and Drug Information

ClinicalTrials.gov

U.S. National Library of Medicine

HHS

Department of Human Health Services

Applying for a clinical trial

Enrollment for clinical trials literally changes from month to month as older trials fill up and new trials begin. The most common skin diseases stated in clinical trials currently include atopic dermatitis, psoriasis, various kinds of hair loss, hyperhidrosis, hidradenitis suppurativa and vitiligo. If your conditions match the criteria stated directly above, and if have had little to no success in previous treatment care, we encourage you to schedule a consultation to see if you are an ideal candidate for one of our clinical trials.