We currently have participation opportunities for clinical trials involving patients with:
- BPH (Enlarged Prostate) with Overactive Bladder
- Interstitial Cystitis (IC)
- Incontinence (involuntary loss of urine)
- Nocturia (waking at night to urinate)
- Overactive Bladder (OAB)
If you or someone you know may be interested in participating, please contact us at (951) 698-1901 ext. 232 or 241
Tri-Valley Urology has a dedicated research department with experience conducting Phase II through Phase IV clinical trials, including device studies. Our staff includes coordinators certified through ACRP as well as doctors who have been involved in research studies since 2003.
The goal of our research department is to provide a positive atmosphere with knowledgeable staff to assist both the sponsor and our study participants. As investigators, trained in GCP, we strive to provide good, clean data and follow protocol all while ensuring subject safety and security. Our aim is to apply all our resources to meet enrollment goals.
Anita Deeds, CCRC began her career in Clinical Research Coordination in 2002 at UCSD. She has a strong background in coordinating clinical trials as well as working with study sponsors and completing regulatory documents. Anita finds it very rewarding to offer individuals the chance to participate in clinical trials and strives to make the experience a pleasant one.
Colleen Eskridge, CCRC started her love of research at UCSD’s Gifford Clinic as a research intern in 2005. After many years applying her B.A. in Psychology to different job fields, she returned to research in 2016. Colleen enjoys assisting the research participants throughout the study process.
Claudine Donato, CRC is a Licensed Vocational Nurse since 2013. She wanted to broaden her horizons and work in the field of Clinical Research. She joined the Tri Valley Urology research team in 2018. She works as a Clinical Research Coordinator and specializes in recruitment. As a recruiter, she enjoys building a rapport with participants and is involved in not only pre-screening potential research subjects, but also reviewing subject medical history and following up to ensure they meet the requirements of the study.