What is Clinical Research?
The physicians and research staff at TOA have many years of experience performing research from advanced devices for spine surgery to the latest biotech pharmaceuticals. We are assisting local universities as well as national networks of researchers in learning more about the causes of the different forms of arthritis. We have participated in clinical trials of most of the rheumatoid arthritis medications that have become available over the past 20 years including Enbrel, Humira, Orencia, Rituxan, Kineret, Actemra, and Cimzia as well as the major anti-inflammatory medications. In addition to rheumatoid arthritis, our studies have included research on gout, pain, osteoarthritis, and various types of back and neck arthritis and disc disease. In our opinion, the availability of clinical research is a major resource for our patients allowing them access to cutting edge therapies when established medications and procedures are not satisfactory. Our participation also keeps us at the forefront of the newest advances. Please check our site often or contact us if you are interested in possible participation in a clinical trial. We are frequently starting new research projects. Please contact us at AllClinicalResearch@triangleortho.com
Triangle Orthopaedic Associates is enrolling in the M6-C disc replacement investigational research study. Orthopaedic Spine Surgeons Thomas Dimmig, MD and David Musante, MD serve as the investigators on this trial. For more information about this study, click here.
Clinical Research Projects
Currently Enrolling Clinical Trials
If you would like to know more about any of current research programs please contact our clinical research department at 919-281-1698 or by email at AllClinicalResearch@triangleortho.com.
We are always conducting several studies of new treatments for rheumatoid arthritis. If you would like to consider participating, please contact us to see if we have a study that fits your needs.
Osteoarthritis of the knee: a study looking at a simple procedure that reduces osteoarthritis pain.
We are involved in several studies of new therapies for various kinds of spine disease. If you are interested in participating in a study, please contact us.
Please contact us if you would like more information about these or future clinical trials.
Meet Our Staff
Robert A. Harrell, III, M.D
Director of Clinical Research
Jan Hallenborg, L.P.N.
Shandelle Parker, CCRC
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