Our Clinical Studies
Clinical research is essential for ensuring that medicines are effective in treating conditions they are designed for. Also, for finding alternative, more effective treatments than those already on the market.
We have a range of clinical trials available. You can find out more by registering your interest or by clicking on the links below to learn more.
If you have any questions about a specific study, please contact us directly or take a look at our FAQs section for more information.
Please click below for more information on how you can help support research into preventing COVID-19
We are looking for volunteers, who suffer from knee pain caused by Osteoarthritis, to take part in clinical trials investigating potential medications to control knee pain.
Panthera Clinical Trials
Are you ready to take part in a clinical trial?
Start by registering your interest today
Panthera expertise in clinical trials
Panthera staff have a very wide variety of clinical trial experience, bringing a wealth of knowledge and expertise second to none.
Our teams include Site Co-ordinators, Clinical Trial Support Officers, Research Nurses, Research Physicians and Site Managers.
With considerable experience and expertise in supporting patients throughout their clinical trial journey, our friendly staff are always on hand to provide care and support.
Here are some of the areas we will be focusing on:
If you’ve received a cancer diagnosis, it may be beneficial to take part in a clinical trial that aims to treat this.
[email protected] are focusing on clinical studies in the following area’s;
Devices can be used to monitor medical conditions and to deliver treatments.
blood sugar monitors used in diabetes
injection devices for insulin and other medication
peak flow devices used in respiratory conditions
inhaler devices for respiratory conditions
Conditions affecting the genitals or urinary system, such as:
Conditions affecting the eyes, such as:
Diabetic macular oedema
Can be caused by viruses, bacteria, parasites and fungi. Disease can be passed from person to person or transmitted by insects or other animals, or through contaminated foods or water.
Some examples of these are:
This is the study of hormones, which are essential for our survival, controlling aspects of our health such as temperature regulation, sleep, mood, stress response, fertility and growth.
Thyroid dysfunction is a common endocrine disorder.
Diabetes is probably the most well known endocrine disorder. With diabetes the body does not make enough insulin or cannot use its own insulin as well as it should. This causes sugar to build up in the blood, causing health problems affecting many of our body systems such as :
Heart and blood vessels
Vaccines are given to provide immunity to infectious diseases such as:
Conditions causing breathing problems, such as:
C.O.P.D (Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease)
The musculoskeletal system consists of our joints, bones and muscles. Conditions affecting these include:
Disorders of the digestive system, such as:
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Conditions affecting the skin, including:
Cardiovascular diseases affect the heart or circulatory system, such as:
Coronary heart disease
High blood pressure
Transient Ischaemic Attacks
This covers various aspects of women’s health such as:
Female sexual dysfunction
Pain can be caused by all sorts of underlying conditions and can range from mild to debilitating.
Some of the area’s in which we run trials are;
Lower Back Pain
Mental health conditions affect many people in different ways, some of the most common mental health conditions are:
Ear, nose and throat disorders, such as:
Central Nervous System
Conditions affecting the brain , spinal cord and nerves include:
Restless legs syndrome
Refer a friend
Have you participated in a research study with Panthera?
Do you know someone who would be interested in taking part in clinical research? If so, we would love to hear from them!
Please feel free to forward a link to this page to your family member or friend (Click Refer a Friend Below).
If they enrol onto a Panthera study we will be sure to reward you for your referral.
Just ask your friend or family member to provide your name, email and contact number and we will do the rest.
How it works
* Simply click the link below to send an email
* Once they get in touch, we will discuss which clinical studies may be suitable for them.
* If all criteria are met and your friend enrols on a trial, we will contact you to arrange the reward.
For more information on our refer a friend scheme, please contact us
Clinical Research Sites
We run clinical studies and trails across the UK through our network of clinics.
We have dedicated research clinics in Preston, Manchester, London and Glasgow
Do you have any questions? Contact one of our research clinics below.
Frequently asked questions
Will I get paid for taking part in a clinical trial at Panthera?
Dependent on the study, you may be reimbursed for your time, as well as travel costs, within reason. All financial reimbursements are study specific.
What is a Panthera clinic like?
Our facilities are beyond exceptional and exclusive to our patients and volunteers. With cutting-edge technology and highly experience clinicians, you’ll be in the best possible hands.
When you visit a Panthera clinic, you will benefit from the following –
• Free Wi-Fi
• Comfortable waiting area’s
• Refreshments such as hot drinks and water facilities
• If you are attending our Clinic for any length of time, or may have to fast for a blood test, we will make sure you receive nutritious and healthy snacks, as well as fresh fruit, and much more.
We’re committed to ensuring you are comfortable and that we take care of your well-being whilst at our facilities.
Can I choose which clinical trials I take part in?
Yes, you can review our study descriptions and choose which ones you would like to take part in. However, not all studies are suitable for every person. So we’ll make sure we keep you updated and inform you of any other studies that may be more appropriate, if the eligibility criteria for the study you are interested in are not met.
What if I change my mind?
You can stop participating in a medical trial at any time. We will provide you with support throughout the entire process. We would need to follow up with participants if they have started treatment.
Your safety and wellbeing are of the most importance to us.