Areas of Research

Cardiology Gastroenterology Infectious Disease Lung Cancer Screening Neurology Oncology Orthopedics Psychiatry/Behavioral Health Psychology Pulmonary Medicine Trauma

Center for Clinical Research – Trials

Clinical trials are an important step in research to discover new treatments that improve the health and well-being of our community. YOU are an important part of this step. Our researchers need YOU to volunteer and help pave the pathway to discovery. People volunteer for clinical trials for many reasons. Desire to improve medical care … Read more

Center for Clinical Research – Locations

Administrative Staff Office Physical Location The University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler Center for Clinical Research 1100 East Lake, Suite 330 Tyler, TX 75701 (903) 877-7753   Coordinator Onsite Physical Location The University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler Center for Clinical Research 11937 US Hwy 271, B137 Tyler, TX 75708 (903) … Read more

Center for Clinical Research – Overview

Mission Our mission at The Center for Clinical Research (CCR) at The University of Texas at Tyler Health Science Center (HSC) is to provide high-quality, cost- effective clinical research services to our patients so tomorrow’s medicine can reach our patients as soon as possible. History As the premier academic medical center in East Texas, HSC has … Read more

Texas Lung Injury Institute

The Texas Lung Injury Institute (TLII) provides state of the art research that advances our understanding about the pathogenesis of lung disease and its treatment. To promote this vital research, UT Health Science Center created the Texas Lung Injury Institute (TLII) in 2004. Recent exciting discoveries made by TLII investigators promise to improve therapy for … Read more

Clinical Trials

Once researchers have discovered a new treatment, clinical trials take it to the next level. A clinical trial is conducted to determine whether a new drug or treatment is safe and effective. These studies rely on patients who volunteer to participate. Thanks to clinical trials and volunteers, there are better ways to treat and prevent […]