Your participation in science matters
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At ProSciento, our mission is to find new treatments for metabolism-related diseases such as type 1 and type 2 diabetes, obesity, and fatty liver disease.
What our study participants are saying
- Testimonial #1
I recently participated in a ProSciento study and was very pleased by their level of professionalism, the attentiveness of the staff, and the quality of the facility. Everything was clearly explained and the study advanced as expected. It will be cool to learn in the future how many people’s lives were improved by the result of this study, hopefully, many thousands.
- Testimonial #2
Great experience with this company, you won’t find a better opportunity to help people.
- Testimonial #3
Participating in a clinical trial was a life changing experience for me, understanding how trials are conducted to develop new medicines. To be part of this was an eye-opening experience. The knowledge I gained about my health is invaluable. Their dedicated staff is admirable, and everyone was super friendly. I would like to participate in future trials at ProSciento.
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We’re committed to protecting against the spread of COVID-19
We are committed to the safety and well-being of our study participants and staff during these unprecedented times. We have instituted strict safety measures in compliance with local, state, and federal regulations to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19. To ensure the safety of our staff and study participants, we have taken COVID-19 precautions extremely seriously.
Safety measures instituted at our clinical research facility include:
- COVID-19 antigen and antibody testing protocols for staff and study participants
- Six-foot social distancing protocol throughout facility
- Clinic zoning restricted to 10 individuals per area with independent entrance, exit and air flow system
- MERV-13 HVAC airflow filtration system
- Phone screening for COVID-19 symptoms and possible exposure the day prior to a study participant’s arrival
- Temperature and symptoms check prior to entry for staff and study participants
- Personal protective equipment (PPE) for clinical staff and face cloths for study participants
- Daily medical grade sanitation of clinic
We’re located in sunny Southern California
We are located in Chula Vista, California, 10 miles south of downtown San Diego and only two miles from the coast.
Explore our clinical research facility and our in-house amenities for study participants.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Is participating in a study safe?
Our highly qualified medical and support staff undergo extensive training to minimize risks for study participants. You can be assured that the following safeguards are in place:
- We have been conducting clinical research studies for over 16 years.
- We are compliant with Good Clinical Practice (GCP) that provides public assurance that the rights, safety, and well-being of study participants involved in research are protected.
- Monitoring of all studies by Institutional Review Boards (IRB) that ensure ethical standards and rights of study participants are maintained for each clinical trial.
- Emergency control systems at our facility and emergency training of our staff involved in the study.
- How do I receive my stipend for participation?
You may receive a stipend for participating in a study. The stipend amount will depend on the length of the study, number of study visits, and additional factors. Your stipend will be available to you via a prepaid debit card that you will receive after you are enrolled in a study.
In many cases, if an individual is eligible to participate in a study, travel expenses are covered in the stipend you will receive for the screening visit. Our study participant recruiters can provide you with more information during your call.
- Am I allowed to leave during the day for inpatient stays and return at night?
For your safety, study participants must remain on site during inhouse stays when participating in a study. We offer twice-daily walks and entertainment options during your visit.
- Do you have other locations for screening visits or clinical studies?
Generally, all screenings and study visits will take place at our Chula Vista facility. We may ask you to get some lab work and procedures done at other off-site locations, but this varies largely on the study. Our study participant recruiters can provide you with more information during your call.
As a global clinical research organization, ProSciento also manages clinical research studies in locations throughout the US, Canada, Europe and Asia-Pacific. If interested in clinical studies outside of Southern California, including NASH PASS® studies , please email email@example.com.
- Do I need to stop my medications?
ProSciento will never instruct or request you to stop taking medications as prescribed by your general physician.
- Are you a doctor or do you have doctors on your staff?
ProSciento is a clinical research facility comprised of a team of scientific and medical professionals including medical doctors, registered nurses, research assistants, pharmacists, and support staff.
- Are visiting hours allowed?
Due to the current state of affairs with COVID-19, once you are enrolled in a study and check-in for our overnight stays, visiting hours will be limited to protect the safety of our staff and other study participants.
- Is this a treatment program?
By participating in the clinical development, you are gaining access and contributing to new therapeutics and technologies not yet available in the market. You are supporting medical and scientific progress and success, which may be of great benefit to those affected.
My Resource Center
Read and download additional resources about participating in a research study. Our brochures and fact sheets can answer many questions you may have, as well as provide additional information to help you decide if participating in a research study is right for you.
Refer a friend
Do you want to help make a difference in diabetes research and earn up to $150? Participate in our Ambassador Program by recommending your friends and family for our clinical research studies. If they pre-qualify and complete a screening visit, you receive $150!
To begin the process, we will need to quickly review if they pre-qualify for the research study by completing a 20-minute phone call appointment. We can also use this time to answer any questions they may have. Please have health information and current medications available.
Your friends and family may click on the link to reserve a phone call appointment at a time that is convenient for them. Please ask them to give us your name to ensure proper credit for the referral. Spanish-speaking representatives are available.
Get to know us
ProSciento’s clinical research facility is located 10 miles south of San Diego’s downtown area, 13 miles south of the San Diego International Airport, and 7 miles north of the US/Mexico border.
An on-site parking lot and parking garage are available and located within convenient access to public transportation. Additional transportation options may also be available at no-cost to study participants. Please ask your study participant recruiter for more information.
855 3rd Avenue, Suite 4400,
Chula Vista, CA 91911
Monday – Friday
8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
ProSciento facilities are located 10 miles south of San Diego’s downtown area, 13 miles south of San Diego International Airport and 7 miles north of the US-Mexico border at Medical Plaza II, 855 Third Avenue, Chula Vista, CA.
On-site parking and convenient access via public transportation is available.
To reach us from the bus line:
Take the 929 bus and get off at the 3rd Avenue at “L” Street stop. Address is 855 Third Avenue. We are located in the Centre Medical Plaza, next to the Chula Vista Family Clinic.
The screening department is located in the 1 story building on the left (865 Third Avenue). Look for the sign with the ProSciento logo.
The door will be locked. So please knock or ring the bell to enter. The main clinic and administrative offices are located at 855 Third Avenue (the tall building) on the fourth Floor.
To reach us from the trolley:
Take the “Blue Line” Trolley and get off at the “H” Street stop in Chula Vista (stop #19) and call ProSciento main line at +1 (619) 427-1300 or your project manager’s number, asking for transportation to ProSciento at: 855 Third Avenue – Suite 4400 (for a clinic visit) or 865 Third Avenue – Suite 100 (for a screening visit).