Clinical Trials

A clinical trial is a research study that allows volunteers to receive treatment with a drug or device currently under research testing by a pharmaceutical or biotechnology company. These companies carefully select qualified physicians who serve as "investigators” to lead the study trials.

Arkansas Children's offers opportunities to the community to participate in many studies. Use the search fields below to review the current available studies.

If you have questions about volunteering for research studies, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page. 

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See our currently enrolling studies list.

Toddler Peanut Allergy Skin Patch Study

This is a research study to learn about the safety and immune effects of a Viaskin peanut patch applied to the skin. The goal of the study is to see if participants aged 1 to 3 years with a peanut allergy are less sensitive and have increased tolerance to peanut after wearing the patch for approximately 1 year. Compensation will be provided.

Study Eligibility:  
Must be between 1 and 3 years of age, and have a physician documented peanut allergy.
Content Study Link:  
Principal Investigator:  
Contact Information:  
Andrea Bell 501-364-1726 #15623046.0 QUORUM