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Researching the Cure

With your help, we can improve treatments today — and possibly cure diseases tomorrow. Get involved today!

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OFFICE HOURS

MON – FRI 8:30a – 5:00p
SAT 9:00a – 12:00p
SUN CLOSED

(323) 296-2036

Researching the Cure

With your help, we can improve treatments today — and possibly cure diseases tomorrow. Get involved today!

Send Me Info About Studies In My Area

OFFICE HOURS

MON – FRI 8:30a – 5:00p
SAT 9:00a – 12:00p
SUN CLOSED

(323) 296-2036

Researching the Cure

With your help, we can improve treatments today — and possibly cure diseases tomorrow. Get involved today!

Send Me Info About Studies In My Area

Participation Benefits

** Not all studies provide compensation to the participants. Compensation information will be disclosed before any prospective participant accepts an invitation.

Participation Benefits

** Not all studies provide compensation to the participants. Compensation information will be disclosed before any prospective participant accepts an invitation.

We Develop Treatments to Improve and Save Lives

More than a billion people worldwide suffer from one or more skin conditions, approximately 210 million people suffer from psoriasis (10 million in the U.S.). Unfortunately, in many cases there is no cure treatment. However, controlling the symptoms and appearance are a direct result of clinical trial studies. Since 1997 the Clinical Studies Division of the Wallace Skin Research Center has been engaged in its mission to find safe and effective treatments, and sometimes cures.

Wallace Skin Research Center has distinguished itself as a leader in dermatological clinical research studies in Southern California. We are proud to be one of the leading centers, specializing in bringing diversity to clinical studies. A high number of our participants are people of color, including persons of Asian, Black, Latino, and Middle Eastern descent. To achieve our mission, we rapidly pair study sponsors with prospective patients. Once selected, study participants play a key role in helping to develop new and effective treatments, appropriate dosing, and technology to inhibit, alleviate, and possibly eradicate psoriasis and other skin conditions that have plagued mankind for centuries.

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We Develop Treatments to Improve and Save Lives

More than a billion people worldwide suffer from one or more skin conditions, approximately 210 million people suffer from psoriasis (10 million in the U.S.). Unfortunately, in many cases there is no cure treatment. However, controlling the symptoms and appearance are a direct result of clinical trial studies. Since 1997 the Clinical Studies Division of the Wallace Skin Research Center has been engaged in its mission to find safe and effective treatments, and sometimes cures.

Wallace Skin Research Center has distinguished itself as a leader in dermatological clinical research studies in Southern California. We are proud to be one of the leading centers, specializing in bringing diversity to clinical studies. A high number of our participants are people of color, including persons of Asian, Black, Latino, and Middle Eastern descent. To achieve our mission, we rapidly pair study sponsors with prospective patients.

Once selected, study participants play a key role in helping to develop new and effective treatments, appropriate dosing, and technology to inhibit, alleviate, and possibly eradicate psoriasis and other skin conditions that have plagued mankind for centuries.

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Meet Our Team

In addition to our other clinical staff, the main study investigators are:

Paul Wallace, M.D., M.P.A. serves as Medical Director of Wallace Skin Research Center and has also served as the Medical Director for the Lovelace Scientific Resources-Beverly Hills. Dr. Wallace began his clinical research activities in 1979 as a Harvard Medical School student. Since then, he has conducted over 100 clinical studies as an Investigator while continuing to enjoy the rare distinction of being one of a few national thought leaders for several pharmaceutical companies. In this regard, he lectures over 40 times per year globally.

Jackie Bral, M.D., ACRP, has been a Clinical Research Associate of Wallace Skin Research Center since 2004. She is responsible for the regulatory as well as the clinical compliance aspects of the clinical research.

Meet Our Team

In addition to our other clinical staff, the main study investigators are:

Dr. Paul Wallace, M.D., M.P.A. serves as Medical Director of Wallace Skin Research Center and has also served as the Medical Director for the Lovelace Scientific Resources-Beverly Hills. Dr. Wallace began his clinical research activities in 1979 as a Harvard Medical School student. Since then, he has conducted over 100 clinical studies as an Investigator while continuing to enjoy the rare distinction of being one of a few national thought leaders for several pharmaceutical companies. In this regard, he lectures over 40 times per year globally.

Dr. Jackie Bral, M.D., ACRP, has been a Clinical Research Associate of Wallace Skin Research Center since 2004. She is responsible for the regulatory as well as the clinical compliance aspects of the clinical research.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    For your convenience, here are some answers to commonly asked questions.

    If you are currently at least 18 years old and reside in Los Angeles County, you might qualify to participate. Each study has unique requirements, governed by the study’s objectives and federal law. Additional screening will help determine if you qualify. Apply to discover how you might be included in one or more upcoming studies.

    Study sponsors include pharmaceutical companies, many of whom you already know including but not limited to: Abbott Lab, AbbVie, Allergan, Bristol-Meyers, Eli Lilly, Glaxo Smith Kline, Johnson & Johnson, Novartis, and Pfizer just to name a few. The federal government through the National Institutes of Health also sponsors studies. These organizations regularly conduct clinical studies for various dermatological conditions ranging from acne to psoriasis. Each sponsor provides specific guidelines for each study, in accordance with federal regulations.

    Because new medications are being introduced at record numbers, we are conducting studies on an ongoing basis. Although no patient can be in more than one study at a time, we conduct multiple studies concurrently. Participation in any given study might be limited or have specific timeframes to enroll. We encourage you to respond as quickly as possible to an invitation when you receive one.