Target Areas

Women's Health

Our custom-built research sites are located in Dothan & Andalusia, AL
- and now also in Pensacola, FL
Investigators include
boarded cardiologists, pulmonologists, OB/GYNs, and rheumatologists supported by experienced on-site subinvestigators, CRCs and Ras
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Welcome to SEC Clinical Research!

SEC Clinical Research presently has 3 active research sites in lower Alabama and Pensacola Florida.

We perform clinical research studies for conditions in 5 major areas: Respiratory, Cardiovascular, Women’s Health, Rheumatology and Vaccines. Our Principal Investigators are all practicing board certified specialists for the areas of focus.


Are you a Sponsor interested in more information about our capabilities and experience?


Are you interested in learning more about the basics of clinical research, and more about our current studies?


If you are a potential volunteer and want to see studies that need volunteers now, please click the button below.

Clinical research studies provide hope for better treatments

This is why our logo displays a Native American symbol. The 8 pointed star represents hope and guidance. Our staff, experience, and commitment to quality research helps provide hope for our patients and guidance for the future of clinical research and medical advancement as a whole.

SEC Clinical Research News

Pensacola Site Opens! We are delighted to announce the opening of our newest SEC Clinical Research location in Pensacola Florida in December 2021! Our new office is just across the street from the Baptist Hospital on the corner of Avenue E and Mallory Street. We are planning to initiate our first study within the next few weeks-stay tuned for additional updates.

Volunteers Needed!

Individuals with COPD on two or more inhaled breathing medicines with one or more flare-ups a year are needed for several ongoing studies. Please contact us for additional information.

Individuals with a history of heart attack, stroke, or peripheral arterial disease and elevated cholesterol are needed for two ongoing studies. Please contact us for additional information.


If you are interested in volunteering for any of our research studies, contact us: