Cytomega-What?

Lady with hand at her mouth looking shocked

The Cytomegalovirus (sai-tow-meh-guh-low) is a virus that infects almost a third of children by the age of five, and between 50%-80% of adults have been infected by the time they’re 40 years old. Most otherwise healthy people will likely experience no symptoms and have no idea they’ve been infected. CMV has likely never been on your radar unless you are … Read More

Clinical Trials: Diverse Groups Of Participants Are Needed Now More Than Ever

Why Clinical Trials are Safe Prior to new medicines being mass-produced and available to doctors to prescribe, clinical trials must be conducted in order to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of that medicine. Data from these clinical trials are required as a condition of approval by regulatory authorities such as the U.S Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Clinical Trials in … Read More

Happy Holidays from Mount Vernon

From the team at Mount Vernon Clinical Research (MVCR), we’d like to say thanks to our volunteers for making clinical research possible. Your participation helps lead to breakthroughs in medical treatments and life changing care for patients all around the world.

Joining Back-to-School Efforts in Atlanta

  Mount Vernon Clinical Research recently participated in the back-to-school drive at Dunbar Elementary on 403 Richardson St SW. We appreciated the opportunity to participate, and presented school supplies to Principal Karen Brown-Collier. Contact us if we can become a part of your community event!