Paid Clinical Trials in Columbus, Ohio and Phoenix, Arizona

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Centricity Research is an independent, multi-therapeutic inpatient and outpatient clinical research center operating across seven research sites in Ohio and Arizona. Our purpose is to make novel medicines accessible to our patients and deliver industry-best pharmaceutical data to our sponsors. By volunteering for a clinical trial, you are at the forefront of medical advancement and actively changing the lives of those with debilitating diseases, conditions and disabilities. View some of our featured clinical trials below:

Clinical Trials

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Cardiovascular Clinical Studies

  • Elevated Lipoprotein(a) Study
  • Hypertension Research Study
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Columbus Healthy Volunteers

  • Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Vaccine
  • Influenza (Flu) mRNA Vaccine
  • Influenza (Flu) Vaccine
  • Peanut Allergy
  • Pediatric Lyme Disease Vaccine
  • Shingles Vaccine
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Dermatology Clinical Studies

  • Atopic Dermatitis
  • Botox Research Study
  • Chronic Prurigo Nodularis
  • Palmoplantar Pustulosis
  • Prurigo Nodularis Study
  • Prurigo Nodularis
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Endocrinology Clinical Studies

  • Obesity Study
  • Obesity Research Study
  • Obesity Research Study
  • Polycystic Kidney Disease
  • Type 2 Diabetes
  • Type 2 Diabetes Research Study
  • Type 2 Diabetes Research Study
  • Type 2 Diabetes and Obesity Research Study
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Gastrointestinal Clinical Studies

  • Celiac Disease Study
  • Pfizer Anokion Celiac Disease Study
  • NASH with Fibrosis
  • NASH Studies
  • Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EoE)
  • NADH Research Study
  • Esophagitis Research Study

Nephrology Clinical Studies in Ohio

  • Non-Dialysis Dependent Chronic Kidney Disease Study
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Nephrology Clinical Studies in Phoenix

  • CKD with Cardiovascular Risk Factors
  • CKD with Hypertension
  • Chronic Kidney Disease
  • Chronic Kidney Disease with IgA Nephrology or Diabetes
  • Chronic Kidney Disease Research Study
  • DPNP Research Study
  • Hyperkalemia
  • Nephropathy Research Study
  • Primary Membranous Nephropathy
  • Polycystic Kidney Disease
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Neurology Clinical Studies

  • Open-label Episodic Migraine
  • Pediatric Migraine
  • Adult Migraine
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  • Pediatric Lyme Disease Vaccine
  • Pediatric Migraine
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Phoenix Healthy Volunteers

  • Pneumococcal Vaccine
  • Shingles Vaccine
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Respiratory Clinical Studies

  • Moderate to Severe COPD Study
  • Peanut Allergy Study
  • Peanut Allergy

Vaccine Clinical Studies

  • Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Vaccine
  • Covid-19 Research Study
  • COVID-19 and Flu Vaccine Study
  • Influenza (Flu) mRNA Vaccine
  • Influenza (Flu) Vaccine
  • Investigational Pneumonia Vaccine
  • Monkeypox Research Study
  • Pediatric Lyme Disease Vaccine
  • Rabies Research Study
  • Shingles Vaccine
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Women’s Clinical Studies

  • Birth Control Patch
  • Hot Flashes
  • Moderate to Severe Endometriosis Study
  • Endometriosis Research Study

Paid Clinical Trials & Medical Advancement

Paid clinical trials are vital to medical innovation. When someone is sick and desperate for a solution, it is not hard to imagine participating in a research study with the hope of reaching a much needed breakthrough. It is a bit of a bigger leap, however, for a healthy person to choose to participate in a trial that might have negative side effects, and at the very least can be inconvenient. You can find out more about paid trials for healthy volunteers in Columbus and paid trials for healthy volunteers in Phoenix.

Some clinical trials attract more subjects by providing monetary payment in exchange for their participation. All paid research studies provide the required medical care, lab tests and medication for free. Many will also compensate for the participant’s time and travel. Some clinical trials, however, will pay thousands of dollars to attract subjects to higher risk or more inconvenient experiments. That is more likely to be the case in the early stages of research studies when side effects might still be largely unknown.

What to Expect During a Paid Trial

Some clinical trials require subjects to remain in the facility conducting the research for the duration of the trial, or for extended periods of time. The pay for participating in these will likely be higher due to the inconvenience.

The researchers will provide information about the specific requirements of a paid clinical trial, and potential subjects should ensure they are clear on all the requirements and comfortable with them. For example, a clinical trial for a new medication will likely require frequent blood draws or urine samples. Investigators might also restrict diet or physical activity during the course of the research study.

Participants need to feel comfortable with the limitations of the study and should always be able to ask questions and get more information from the researchers.

Regardless of pay, participation in our available clinical trials is always voluntary. Subjects should be permitted to drop out of a study at any time for any reason.

If you are uncertain about your eligibility, or have questions about taking part in a paid clinical trial, speak with your physician. Our goal is to respond to all initial clinical trial inquiries within 24 hours. If you contact us over the weekend we will do our best to get back in touch with you on the next business day.


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“The staff is all extremely friendly and professional. Looking forward to future studies”

P. Oakley

“It was a pleasant experience. It was like visiting with good friends.”


“Wonderful experience participating in Aventiv Research projects. Always interesting, informative, educational – and together we’re making an impact in healthcare. The work they perform contributes to products and medical applications that benefit us all. Wonderful, friendly caring people who are dedicated to excellence. Do yourself a favor. Sign on as a volunteer. You’ll be part of something extraordinary!”

B. Lewis

“The people are very kind and helpful. In my opinion, it’s a win-win for myself and the research that I am assisting with by being a volunteer. I am getting paid and also being a part of testing a new medicine that may help untold numbers of others!”

P. Hawkins

“I was suffering from chronic hives for almost 7 months. I was miserable and my quality of life became so poor. I had tried every medication and nothing was working. I was offered a chance to go to Aventiv Research and participate in a hives study. My hives went away immediately and I am so thankful. The staff at Aventiv is super friendly and easy to talk to. I actually enjoy my time there and interacting with each of them. When I am done with this study I would love to work with them again in the future.”

N. S.

The staff are helpful and have always been considerate. They compensated well for the time and effort invested.”

P. Das

“Friendly and knowledgeable staff here! They are responsive to any needs or questions and I would highly recommend seeing if you qualify for a study. Always a pleasure coming here. Also, they give referral bonuses!”

S. Wolfe

“The people working at Aventiv Research are very professional and take good care of those who take part in their studies. This is my second year with them and I feel confident that I am helping those in the medical field and hopefully patients who can use the information from the studies I participate in.”

L. Dubois

Find a Centricity Location Near You

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Centricity Research Pediatrics

428 County Line Rd. West
Westerville, OH 43082

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Centricity Research Vaccine Unit

99 North Brice Rd, Suite 260
Columbus, OH 43213

Centricity Research Phase 1 Facility

99 North Brice Rd, Suite 220
Columbus, OH 43213

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Centricity Research Columbus

99 North Brice Rd, Suite 260
Columbus, OH 43213

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Centricity Research Women’s Health

7293 Sawmill Rd, Suite 150
Dublin, OH 43016

Centricity Research Phoenix

215 South Power Rd, Suite 207
Mesa, AZ 85206

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Centricity Research Dublin

7293 Sawmill Rd, Suite 150
Dublin, OH 43016

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