Enrolling Research Studies

Please see below for a list of our currently enrolling research studies. If you or someone you know is interested in one of our studies, visit the study specific page to learn more about the study and if you meet the eligibility requirements. Or call our research site at 303-940-9773 to speak with one of our research coordinators.

Moderate to Severe Asthma

Mild to Moderate Asthma

Atopic Dermatitis

Eosinophilic Esophagitis

Upcoming Research Studies


About Clinical Research Studies

Most of us have heard the words research study, but what does this mean? What is a clinical research study? A research study (also called clinical trials) are the backbone for the development of new medicines and treatments. Clinical trials are the carefully conducted research studies involving people, like you, and the final stages of a drug's development before it may be available in the consumer market.

A research study is a carefully designed protocol that involves volunteer participants receiving a drug in development (aka investigational product) under the close supervision of a doctor and other research professionals.

Doctors and healthcare professionals who conduct clinical trials are committed to providing the best medical care for all people by the development of new treatments and different treatment options for medical conditions.

Research studies are conducted according to a specific study plan or 'protocol'. The protocol describes details about the study medications, procedures, tests and who is eligible to participate. After a drug or medicine goes through series of successful laboratory experiments or research (which can involve years of experiments in animals and human cells), the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) approves the experimental drug or 'investigational product' for the research and development to continue with people. With the FDA's approval and guidance, the investigational medicine enters into its final research phase-clinical trials.