Clinical Research

Helping our children today and tomorrow

For too long, medical practices for children have come from research studies on adults. But just because it works for adults, does not mean it will work in the same way for kids. Researchers note that 1 in 20 children participating in medical research is not enough to maintain progress with vaccines, medicines, and tests that could save children’s lives. Today we understand that the best way to learn about children’s diseases and cures is to study children.

Research: For Parents

For Parents

The more we learn about how treatments work on children, the better we can treat childhood diseases.

Learn More // Current Studies

Research: For Sponsors

For Sponsors

We firmly believe in the value of pediatric research and would love to talk to you about your research opportunities.

Learn More // See Our Experience

 

Northpoint Pediatrics has been involved in clinical research studies for children since 2009.

The studies in which we participate answer specific questions about new medications, vaccinations, devices and therapies – so they are more effective. Our clinical trials explore new ways of using existing treatments – so that we can better treat childhood diseases. Our research studies collect data from patient health records to discover trends or treatment outcomes – helping us take better care of our children.

In short, clinical research helps us help children.

Call the research department direct with any questions you may have (317) 621-9199

L. Louise Tetrick, MD, FAAPL. Louise Tetrick
MD, FAAP

Principal Investigator

Cleo Coyle, RN, CCRCCleo Coyle
RN, CCRC

Clinical Research Director

Carmen Leavitt, MACarmen Leavitt, MA

Clinical Research Coordinator

Linda Kortanek

Executive Practice Director

Learn more about Children and Clinical Studies

Learn more in our research video library:

  • Research Overview
    Research Overview
  • Important criteria for our clinical research trial
    Important Criteria
  • Why should you participate?
    Why Participate?
  • What to Expect
    What to Expect
  • Benefits: An opportunity to make children safer
    Benefits for Children
Clinical Research

You can make a difference in the life of a child.

DR. LOUISE TETRICK is the Principal Investigator on all studies and CLEO COYLE, RN, CCRC, is the Director of Clinical Research and study coordinator.

Call our research department with any questions
(317) 621-9199