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Center Overview

The Bernstein Clinical Research Center, LLC has been conducting clinical research studies since 1969. Our Center has conducted over 900 clinical trials in adult and pediatric patients and we have contributed to the development of new therapies for asthma, seasonal and perennial allergic rhinitis, eczema, hives, atopic dermatitis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), Hereditary Angioedema (HAE), chronic cough and sub-lingual immunotherapy. Our center has studied new devices and delivery systems for medications that are currently used and available on the market today!

Our physician investigators are board certified in Internal Medicine and in Asthma, Allergy and Immunology and have experience and training in treating both children and adults. Dr. David I. Bernstein and Dr. Jonathan A. Bernstein are on the teaching faculty at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. They have published hundreds of clinical research articles in medical journals, and are invited to speak at national and international medical meetings. Both physicians have extensive experience as Principal Investigators and have active oversight on all clinical research studies. Our physician investigators have been certified in clinical research.

Our center also has an experienced family nurse practitioner with over 10 years of experience working in the field of clinical research. Sherry Evans, CNP is an investigator and also works as a research coordinator on difficult and complicated trials.

Our dedicated clinical research staff is highly trained and experienced. Our center has three certified clinical research coordinators (CCRC) through the Academy of Clinical Research Professionals. All coordinators and Investigators have completed the CITI training program from the University of Cincinnati. The study research team includes a nurse practitioner, a former critical care nurse, a registered respiratory therapist and other well trained medical professionals. Our staff is dedicated to providing the highest quality of care to our patients. Each visit is tailored to the specific needs of the patient, incorporating patient education with all visits to enhance understanding and medication compliance.

Our office hours are flexible and appointments are scheduled according to the specific study protocol but also to the needs of our patients.

Clinical Research Experience

Bernstein Clinical Research Center, LLC conducts Phase II, III, and IV clinical trials for both large and small pharmaceutical companies and Contract Research Organizations. Our research center has earned a reputation for excellence. Our center reaches and exceeds the expected recruitment and randomization goals with qualified compliant study patients. Due to rigorous and careful screening, our Center has enjoyed high completion rates with minimal numbers of screen failures. We accurately document all study procedures, test and events, maintaining complete and accurate source documents and timely completion of case report forms. The Bernstein Clinical Research Center is able to work with centralized Institutional Review Boards. We have successfully completed many onsite audits by sponsors and the FDA.



To speak with an experienced coordinator or nurse regarding our research studies, or if you are experiencing an Emergency, please call the Main Number at: 513-931-0775

If you would like to leave a message, please call: 513-728-4747 or complete the contact information and send us an email.

Our hours are flexible and convenient, and someone will call you back as soon as possible.

Our Location

8444 Winton Road,
OH 45231

Bernstein Allergy Group, Inc.

Bernstein Allergy Group strives to provide high quality personalized medical care for adults and children suffering with asthma, allergies, and other immune disorders. Our objective is to educate our patients about their medical condition and treatment so that they will be able to participate in the management and care of their own disease.

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