Clinical Research

Wake Family Medicine P.C is now conducting clinical research trials in humans. Dr. Kodumagulla, has previous research experience in diabetes, asthma, and IBS-C research studies and is not limited to these fields of study. Clinical research studies are conducted for variety of reasons where safety always being a top priority. Data collected throughout clinical research plays a key role in the improvement of patient's care. Research is a voluntary decision and other alternatives are available to treat one's diagnosis. Clinical research studies often compensate eligible candidates for their time and travel throughout course of study.

Wake Family Medicine P.C has brought in a clinical research coordinator Cherrelle Ramsey, (C.C.M.A, R.A, C.R.C) to help assist conducting clinical research. She started working in the field of healthcare in 2012 after completing her education in medical assisting from Miller-Motte technical college of Greenville, N.C. Later she continued her education in clinical research and was able to comply with GCP's and ICH guidelines. Cherrelle started working in research as clinical trail assistant when given an opportunity to work under a team of medical directors at Carolina phase 1 in 2014. Later she began working as a clinical research coordinator. She managed to lead several studies working with principal investigators who also happen to specialize in women's health studies.