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About Us

Fellows Research Alliance is a clinical trials management and consulting group dedicated to research and development in an effort to bring new and safer products to patients. Our staff consists of highly trained physicians and clinical research professionals with over 50 years of clinical research experience. Fellows Research Alliance is currently serving the Georgia and South Carolina Coastal Empire. Our clinical research team has an extensive and diverse background that is beneficial to the patient, the medical community and the pharmaceutical industry.

With a diverse team of physician investigators, Fellows Research Alliance has the capability to conduct many trials within different indications. Our physician investigators have clinical experience in internal medicine, women’s health, pediatrics, GI health, respiratory, infectious diseases, endocrinology, as well as many others.

Fellows Research Alliance is proud of the close working relationship with its physicians, patients and pharmaceutical sponsors, and the integrity of our staff. Since March, 2008, all of our principal investigators are Certified Physician Investigators through the ACRP/APPI. We are committed to providing outstanding patient care within the context of research and quality research data.

In October, 2012, Fellows Research Alliance has partnered with Southcoast Medical Group to conduct clinical trials.  This partnership will allow both companies to conduct a more diverse range of clinical trials in the Coastal Empire area.

Meet the Staff

Dwan Fellows

Dwan Fellows

President/CEO

Monique Thompson

Monique Thompson

Lead CCRC

Debra Walland, MD, FACOG, CPI

Debra Walland, MD, FACOG, CPI

Medical Director

Chris Fellows

Chris Fellows

CFO

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Thank you to our participants in the Endometriosis Study. We are now getting data from the study and it shows that the study drug, Elagolix may be effective in treating symptoms.

Published in Helio on 5/9, an article reports that according to research presented during the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting, “patients with moderate-to-severe endometriosis and received elagolix had fewer fatigue symptoms" 872 patients participated in this study.
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Attention ladies, if you have uterine fibroids with heavy periods you could qualify for a clinical study. If you have heavy periods and are unsure if you have fibroids you may still qualify for a clinical study. Compensation for time and travel provided. Call one of our offices for more information: SAVANNAH: 912-355-4447 or BLUFFTON: 843-837-5590 ... See MoreSee Less

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Male Birth Control Pill Found To Be Safe, Effective In Study.
TIME (3/19, Zorthian) reported that “a male birth control pill could be inching closer to reality, according to the results of a small new study presented...at the annual Endocrine Society meeting.” The study “found that an experimental drug is both safe and effective.” Investigators “who conducted a month-long trial involving 83 men said the once-daily pill,” known as dimethandrolone undecanoate (DMAU), “lowered hormone levels similarly to other forms of longer-term contraceptives – without signs of testosterone deficiency or excess.”
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The Huffington Post (3/30, Brucculieri) interviewed physicians on the safety of dyeing hair while pregnant. “According to all four” physicians interviewed for the article, “there just isn’t enough conclusive evidence or research to suggest dyeing...hair while pregnant will cause” fetal harm. One of the interviewed physicians, Dr. Cynthia Gyamfi-Bannerman, Ellen Jacobson Levine and Eugene Jacobson Professor of Women’s Health in obstetrics and gynecology at Columbia University Medical Center, said, “The general consensus and the information the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists gives to their patients is that it’s generally considered to be safe.” ... See MoreSee Less

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Now enrolling subjects for a clinical trial to help detect HPV! ... See MoreSee Less

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