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Welcome to International Clinical Research
IC Research is a dedicated clinical research site company in Murfreesboro, Tennessee (conveniently located 40 minutes south of Nashville) that conducts Phase II-IV clinical research studies in a variety of therapeutic areas.
Refer a Patient, Get $100
Tell your patients about International Clinical Research Studies! Refer someone and if they enroll in a study, we’ll give you $100! It’s easy! Just fill out an application form and
Psoriasis: Triggers That Cause Flare-ups
Does your psoriasis flare up for no rhyme or reason? What if I told you that behind almost every flare-up are triggers that are causing it? Don’t believe me? Keep
Why Participate in a Clinical Study?
If you’ve ever taken any medication, you’ve benefited from a clinical trial. You might be asking yourself, why participate in a clinical study? Clinical Studies are necessary for medical advances.
Blogger Ashley Wall’s Advice for Students with Eczema
How did eczema affect your experience as a student? Eczema has ALWAYS affected me as a student. I remember being self conscious of it as early as pre-school. In elementary
Meet Our Dermatologist – Dr. Christina Feser, DO, FAAD, FAOCD
Dr. Christina Feser, an Iowa native, joined IC Research in February of 2015. Dr. Feser specializes in both medical and cosmetic dermatology, including the treatment of acne, psoriasis, eczema, hair
Refer a Friend, Get $50!
Tell your friends and family about International Clinical Research Studies! Refer a friend or family member and if they enroll in a study, we’ll give you $50! It’s easy! Just
Meet Our OBGYN – Dr. Brad Chesney, MD
Dr. Chesney is board certified by the American Board of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and is a Fellow of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology. He is a member of
What is Vitiligo?
Vitiligo is a medical condition in which patches of skin lose their color. This occurs when melanocytes, the cells responsible for making skin pigment, are destroyed. Vitiligo can affect any
The Facts About Atopic Dermatitis
Atopic Dermatitis, which is a severe form of Eczema, is a chronic and relapsing disease believed to be related to an over-reactive immune system. It is a very common disease
Want to Get Involved?
Tell us about yourself and the studies that interest you. We will follow up regarding current and future studies that may be the right fit.