CITrials COVID-19 Update

We at CiTrials are continually up to date with our local, state, and federal health guidelines so that our daily activities including but not limited to volunteer visits, on-site services, study medications, supplies, and labs are not impacted.
As more of our counties open, more clinical studies are also open for participation. Our volunteers’ safety is our number priority as they enroll into studies. Our health care staff continue to follow strict safety requirements including checking body temperature, wearing of masks and social distancing for all our volunteers at our clinics in Bellflower, Santa Ana and Riverside. 
We want to thank our volunteers for dedicating their time to help the medical community advance medical research for the benefit of our fellow citizens. And a huge thank you to all the health care workers for keeping everyone safe. Mask On. Live On

Teal for Tourette Syndrome Awareness -CITrials congratulates TAA Youth Ambassadors!

Teal for Tourette Syndrome Awareness -CITrials congratulates TAA Youth Ambassadors!

CITrials COVID-19 Update

We at CiTrials are continually up to date with our local, state, and federal health guidelines so that our daily activities including but not limited to volunteer visits, on-site services, study medications, supplies, and labs are not impacted.
As more of our counties open, more clinical studies are also open for participation. Our volunteers’ safety is our number priority as they enroll into studies. Our health care staff continue to follow strict safety requirements including checking body temperature, wearing of masks and social distancing for all our volunteers at our clinics in Bellflower, Santa Ana and Riverside. 
We want to thank our volunteers for dedicating their time to help the medical community advance medical research for the benefit of our fellow citizens. And a huge thank you to all the health care workers for keeping everyone safe. Mask On. Live On

Teal for Tourette Syndrome Awareness -CITrials congratulates TAA Youth Ambassadors!

Teal for Tourette Syndrome Awareness -CITrials congratulates TAA Youth Ambassadors!

Congrats to Alexandra Cuttler and Jack Carlin are TAA Youth Ambassadors for the New York – Hudson Valley Chapter, having been trained in 2018 and 2019 respectively. Through their proactive efforts, they started the Project Lights initiative, which was their mission to light up the Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge (formerly the Tappen Zee Bridge) teal for the final day of Tourette Syndrome Awareness Month. This was no small task for Jack, Alexandra, and their families. The project began back in March, when the group began mapping out the process they would undertake.