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StudyMetrix, LLC conducts studies in the areas of Alzheimers, Arthritis, Cholesterol, COPD, Diabetes, Fibromyalgia, Hypertension, Migraines, Multiple Sclerosis, Post-Herpetic Neuralgia and Weight Loss. Click below to sign up for notifications and to see which studies are currently enrolling.

The better I control my Type 2 Diabetes, the more weight I gain. What’s going on?

Better sugar control is often associated with weight gain which is ultimately bad for diabetes management. How can this vicious cycle be broken? I saw two Type 2 diabetes patients back to back the other day. One was not checking her sugars regularly but was happy with...

So your Type 2 Diabetes is not controlled by metformin? What do you do next?

New Research Designs Focus on Safe and Effective Add-On Therapy for Diabetes Control There is little doubt that metformin is the first drug of choice for most patients with Type 2 Diabetes. But for some, even the maximum dose of metformin is not adequate to control...

Migraine World Summit

Dr Timothy R Smith, President & CEO of StudyMetrix Research in St Louis, MO, will be one of more than 30 of the world's top migraine experts participating in the Migraine World Summit, an online educational event which will be released April 18-26. Dr Smith's...

Dr. Smith Answers Patients’ Questions About Disabling Headache Disorders

Listen to the audio clip recorded on a live radio call in show from February 28, 2018. Some of you may have caught my recent live radio interview on SiriusXM’s “Doctor Radio” channel with Dr Marina Kurian. During the show, I took questions from callers who had...

2017: A Pivotal Year for StudyMetrix Research

This is the season of reflection on the year just ending and of anticipation for the new one soon to begin. And whether we develop New Year's resolutions or not, we usually spend time either contemplating recent successes with gratitude, or analyzing shortcomings in...

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​Research volunteers are an integral part of health research. Our work relies on people like you to help bring new treatments to market.

  • You don’t need health insurance to participate.
  • If you qualify, there is no charge for study-related medication.
  • Compensation for time and travel may also be provided.
  • Care provided by a board certified doctor or nurse practitioner.
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