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Our Volunteers make research possible.

People volunteer to participate in medical research studies for a variety of reasons. Some patients hope to find a new treatment or cure for their disease. Others are looking for access to new drugs or free medical care. Still, many want the satisfaction of knowing that they may be helping someone with a chronic, serious or life-threatening illness in addition to furthering the pursuit of medical knowledge.

ACT compensates all volunteers for their time and commitment to study compliance and completion.

To learn more or volunteer, please call or email:

Mark Gonzalez
Director of Patient Recruitment
Tel: (714) 774-7777 x483

Anaheim Clinical Trials Specializes in Asian Bridging Trials

Why choose ACT for your next Japanese Bridging study?

Since 2009, ACT has completed many Japanese Bridging trials, in both healthy volunteers and special patient populations.

  • The Geographic and Demographic ACT Advantage – According to the 2012 US Census, over 12 million people live in Orange and Los Angeles Counties in California, of which 15-19% are Asian.
  • Located in Anaheim, California, ACT has access to eligible First Generation, Japanese subjects, born in Japan, but have lived outside of Japan less than 5 years while maintaining the Japanese diet and lifestyle.
  • With over 8,000 Japanese patients in our research database, ACT can enroll first, second or third generation subjects quickly.
  • ACT has been the highest enroller compared to other US domestic sites beating them by almost 2:1, and often surpasses enrollment conducted at other Asian sites such as Singapore, Taiwan, or Korea.
  • Specialized Japanese Recruitment Team
  • ACT has experienced, in-house Japanese Recruitment Specialists with experience in marketing and translation.

What do our Sponsors and Japanese study subjects say about ACT?

Sponsor: “We are very impressed on the quick enrollment and high quality of study conduct for study [XYZ]. Thank you all for a job well-done! I am looking forward to working with your site in near future.”
Sponsor: “Anaheim Clinical Trials is without a doubt the best site I have ever worked with in my 20+ years with…”
Sponsor: “Acknowledgment of “…the great contribution to meeting the enrollment. The subject recruiting has been completed promptly thanks to the team….They also provided the satisfactory quality throughout the period.”
Japanese subject experience: “…food is great…”; “…great staff…very kind and considerate…”

Learn More:

To learn more about volunteering for medical research studies, please visit the U.S. Food and Drug Information website about Clinical Trials of Medical Treatments: Why Volunteer?

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