We create customized plans to expedite recruitment

Why We're Here

Most clinical trials are conducted at large academic institutions, resulting in limited accessibility to patients. We have seen the most efficient studies include a balance of academic centers and community-based hospitals and medical practices. There are sometimes hurdles on-boarding new practices but we are committed to helping underserved communities who need treatment options.

There are many benefits to participation, but here are a few that resonates with many doctors:

Corlexia is currently working with Sponsors, CROs, and Patient Advocacy Groups. There are numerous opportunities for upcoming programs. 

Since each study and Sponsor is unique we partner with specialty site networks to accommodate the requirements of the protocol.

Here are some general tools we provide:

Site Feasibility and Start-up

Customized Recruitment Plans and Study Websites


Site Budget Negotialtions

Our Clients



Our job is to bring Doctors, Patients, and Sponsors together and minimize the hurdles.

We know that ultimately our clients are the patients. It is our families and friends who need better treatment options. Patients are tired, often afraid, and almost always intimidated by the medical system. We created Corlexia to bridge that gap and make clinical trials an option for underserved communities.

Every site that participates in a trial must be carefully selected based on their ability to enroll and their interest in the study. We work closely with each site to support them in their success. Corlexia limits the number of clients we serve so we can deliver on our mission, one study at a time.

Healthcare is rapidly changing

Not only are treatment options changing, but insurance coverage varies. Unfortunately, with high drug costs and limited insurance coverage, many people do not receive the care they need.  Patients enrolled in clinical trials receive medications and assessments free of charge and independent of their insurance plan.  Some studies even allow a small travel stipend paid to the patient.