A world-class clinical trials centre bringing advanced treatments and breakthrough therapies to the Sunshine Coast – and beyond.
Clinical trials are safe, ethical medical research studies that aim to find a better way to manage particular diseases. In partnership with medical experts and industry, we are working with our communities to advance healthcare outcomes and improve access to cutting-edge medicine.
Are you interested in being contacted about future clinical trials?
USC Clinical Trials Centre is always interested in hearing from volunteers. So if you are interested in being involved in a future trial please complete the form below.
Please note: We can only accept submissions from Australian residents.
Contact the Clinical Trials Centre
- Tel: +61 7 5456 5265
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
USC Health Clinics
9 Ochre Way
SIPPY DOWNS QLD 4556
Latest trials news
Clinical trial of potential vaccine for coeliac disease
USC’s Clinical Trials Centre will launch a clinical trial of a new vaccine on 23 March that aims to improve the lives of those with coeliac disease by ‘switching off’ the immune response to gluten.
Clinical trial to treat conjunctivitis using a novel non-antibiotic treatment
With conjunctivitis running rampant this year, USC’s Clinical Trials Centre is uniquely placed as the only location in Australia working with Sunshine Coast doctors to conduct a trial of a new experimental medicine to treat both the infectious and the inflammatory components of conjunctivitis, allowing rapid resolution of the symptoms.
18 September 2017
New clinical trials target bowel disease
The USC Clinical Trials Centre has partnered with specialists from Coastal Digestive Health at Maroochydore to conduct research into investigational medications for Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD).
10 August 2017
Clinical trial for rapid detection of the flu
With the flu season in full swing this winter, USC’s Clinical Trials Centre is working with doctors at Buddina and Morayfield to conduct a trial of a new rapid detection device for Influenza A and B.
30 June 2017
New USC clinical trial for rapid test for Strep
The USC Clinical Trials Centre is working with Eclipse Medical at Maroochydore to assess the use of a new device for the rapid detection of a bacteria that commonly causes sore throats in children.
1 May 2017
New USC clinical trial for asthma sufferers
The University of the Sunshine Coast’s Clinical Trials Centre is about to start testing the effectiveness and safety of a potential new triple therapy medicine to better manage and treat asthma.