Meridian Partners with Family Practice & Expands Research as a Care Option into Lincoln Nebraska

Meridian Partners with Family Practice & Expands Research as a Care Option into Lincoln Nebraska

A leading trial site organization has opened up a new site, now centering around a family practice in Lincoln, Nebraska. Lincoln Medical Education Partnership has been offering medical care and educational health services to this Nebraska-based community since 1971. Founded in Omaha, Nebraska, in 1999 by Nicole Osborn, this trial site organization now has eight clinical trials site locations in Nebraska alone. Alongside this most recent site, the organization just opened a dedicated research center in Grand Island. During the pandemic, Meridian’s been quite active conducting multiple vaccine studies.

COVID-19 Vaccine Studies

Reported on recently by 69 News WFMZ-TV, Meridian shared its conducted numerous trials centering on the COVID-19 vaccine in Omaha, Norfolk, and Grand Island. In fact, according to this recent local news entry, a Meridian trial site Principal Investigator, Keith Vrbicky, MD, enrolled the first subject in a Phase 2 COVID-19 vaccine trial in the U.S. And since then the local news reports Meridian has enrolled over 7,000 study subjects to COVID-19 vaccine trials: some of the studies contributed to what would become authorized emergency use by the U.S. Food a...

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