Bring the future of medicine to your office.

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When you partner with TrialSpark to run clinical trials out of your private practice, we staff, source, and manage studies for you. So you can focus on your patients — and on changing the future of treatment for their conditions.


Why partner with TrialSpark?

  • Increase your revenue.

    Add a new revenue stream to your practice through clinical trials — and keep what you make. We take care of the overhead costs, so you don’t have to pay out of pocket for study staff and setup.

  • Take things off your plate.

    Spend less time on the nitty gritty — TrialSpark handles the details that eat into not just your revenue, but your time.

  • Put your name on new research.

    Become certified as a Principal Investigator on your TrialSpark studies and get your name on published research.

  • Lead your office into the future.

    Put cutting-edge treatments in your office and give your patients access to the newest drugs and procedures.

  • Get new patients.

    TrialSpark has connected over 10,000 patients with clinical trial sites and new doctors for their condition.

  • Be at the forefront of your field.

    Help advance medical research and pave the way for advances in your specialty.

TrialSpark allows me the opportunity to offer my patients access to state-of-the-art clinical trials and the latest treatments that they might not otherwise have access to. Both myself and my patients appreciate the effort and dedication TrialSpark makes to ensure the process is seamless.

Dr. Alan Kaufman

Castle Connolly Top Doctor

TrialSpark allows me the opportunity to offer my patients access to state-of-the-art clinical trials and the latest treatments that they might not otherwise have access to. Both myself and my patients appreciate the effort and dedication TrialSpark makes to ensure the process is seamless.

Dr. Alan Kaufman

Castle Connolly Top Doctor

TrialSpark works with the best.

Leave your mark. Join TrialSpark and join top doctors like these who are driving their specialties forward through their participation in clinical trials.

New York, NY

Dr. Lisa B. Travis

Lisa B. Travis, MD, is a Board-Certified dermatologist and highly credentialed Vitiligo expert with 17 years of experience. She trains future dermatologists in the departments of dermatology at NYU Langone Medical Center and is top-rated on ZocDoc.


Awards

  • Castle Connolly Regional Top Doctors Award
  • Journal of Dermatologic Treatment
  • Drugs of Today
  • Archives of Dermatology
  • Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology

Location

Upper West Side Dermatology
277 West End Ave Suite 1B
(Entrance on 73rd Street)
New York, NY 10023

Memberships

American Academy of Dermatology American Society for Dermatologic Surgery

Hospital Affiliations

NYU Langone Medical Center

Languages Spoken

English and Spanish

Dr. Mayank Shukla is Board-Certified in Sleep Medicine, Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, Pediatrics, and Pediatric Pulmonology. He sees over 5,000 asthma patients per year in the New York City area. He treats thousands of adults that have been suffering with asthma, sleep disorders, and allergies. Dr. Shukla has offices in Brooklyn, Staten Island, Queens and Manhattan.


Awards

  • Castle Connolly Top Doctors Award
  • America's Most Honored Professionals
  • Top Ten Doctor
  • Patients' Choice
  • On-time Doctor
  • Compassionate Doctor Award

Location

2833 Ocean Pkwy
Brooklyn, NY 11235

Memberships

American Thoracic Society and the American College of Chest Physicians

Hospital Affiliations

  • The Brooklyn Hospital Center
  • New York Presbyterian
  • Richmond University Medical Center
  • Jamaica Hospital Medical Center
  • Brookdale University Hospital Medical Center

Languages Spoken

English, Hindi, Russian, Spanish, Tagalog, Urdu, and Yiddish

Jason Faller is a patient-oriented and attentive internist specializing in rheumatology providing care in New York, NY. Dr. Faller is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine. Dr. Faller attained his undergraduate and medical degrees from the University of Pennsylvania where he graduated with honors and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He went on to complete his residency at Rush Presbyterian St.Luke’s Medical Center in Chicago.


Awards

  • Chief Arthritis Clinic, Roosevelt Hospital
  • Clinical Instructor in Internal Medicine, Columbia University
  • Founding Fellow of The American College of Rheumatology
  • Fellow of the American College of Physicians
  • Published research on Gout, Lyme Disease, and Purine Metabolism

Location

333 W 57th St #104
New York, NY 10019

Memberships

American College of Rheumatology and American College of Physicians

Hospital Affiliations

St. Luke's Roosevelt and Lenox Hill

Languages Spoken

English, French, and Spanish

6 months

faster trials. TrialSpark completes trials six months faster than traditional CROs. 1

30mins

is the max amount of time patients are willing to travel for care. And that’s for urgent care — for routine care, it’s about 27 minutes. That’s why TrialSpark finds trial participants who are local and connects to your current patient pool. 2

85%

of patients are unaware that participation in clinical trials is an option. According to a survey of 6,000 cancer patients, most don’t know they may be eligible for a trial. But 75% said that if participation in a trial had been offered, they would have been receptive. 3

Take care of your patients. We’ll take care of everything else.

Running trials with TrialSpark saves you money and time compared to running them on your own. Here’s what we can do for you.

Trials With TrialSpark

Trials On Your Own

TrialSpark finds trial participants for you through our digital marketing.

TrialSpark negotiates contracts and budgets with the sponsor for you.

TrialSpark purchases and sets up equipment.

TrialSpark provides experienced study coordinators to run your trials.

TrialSpark schedules trial appointments.

TrialSpark handles all communication with pharmaceutical companies.

You and your staff are responsible for conducting outreach to find new patients, which can often take months to years.

The burden of legal and finance negotiations often falls to the doctor or their admin staff.

You buy the equipment whether or not you get a study, and money could go to waste.

You must find, train, and employ your own study coordinator and admin staff to handle the details.

You and your staff are responsible for calling and phone screening all patients, including sifting through mainly unqualified leads.

If running multiple trials, communication between the pharma company, trial team, and others could take hours daily.

Join the TrialSpark network.

7% of known diseases have cures and treatments. A trial at your practice can make a difference. Be a part of a healthier future for all when you connect with TrialSpark’s patients. 4

  1. US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health, ”Factors associated with clinical trials that fail and opportunities for improving the likelihood of success: A review,” David B. Fogel (September 11, 2018) Link [1]

  2. US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health, ”Factors associated with clinical trials that fail and opportunities for improving the likelihood of success: A review,” David B. Fogel, (September 11, 2018) Link[2]

  3. National Center for Biotechnology Information, ”Transforming Clinical Research in the United States: Challenges and Opportunities: Workshop Summary.,” Institute of Medicine (US) Forum on Drug Discovery, (2010) Link [3]

  4. CNN, ”Can we find cures for 7,000 diseases?,” Fred Upton and Diana DeGette, (January 13, 2015) Link [4]