Clinical research has been fundamental to the mission of Cleveland Clinic Florida since its establishment. Clinical trials rely on the participation of human volunteers to answer questions about treatments for diseases and conditions.
Research conducted at Cleveland Clinic involves a spectrum of efforts, from searches for genes that cause colon disease to using special implants to manage bone disorders. Overall, research here focuses on an array of conditions, including breast and colon cancer, bariatric surgery, coronary artery disease and heart failure, epilepsy and Parkinson’s disease, asthma, overactive bladder, stress incontinence, acute or chronic kidney disease, and growth disorders.
Clinical Research Glossary of Terms