CHLA Clinical Research Studies

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Study Details - ID: CHLA-17-00542
Health/Science/Disease Category:
Eczema (AD)
Short Name:
Dupilumab (Dupixent) for severe eczema in infants
Full Title of Study:
A PHASE 2/3 STUDY INVESTIGATING THE PHARMACOKINETICS, SAFETY, AND EFFICACY OF DUPILUMAB IN PATIENTS AGED ≥6 MONTHS TO <6 YEARS WITH SEVERE ATOPIC DERMATITIS
Phase/Type of Study:
Phase 2/3
Purpose of Research:
To find out safety and effectiveness of dupilumab (Dupixent) in infants with severe eczema
Eligibility:
AGED ≥6 MONTHS TO <6 YEARS WITH SEVERE ATOPIC DERMATITIS (eczema) that is not responsive to steroids
Time Commitment/Requirements:
8 weeks with 8 visits. Compensation provided.
Primary Investigator:
Peck Ong, MD
Coordinator Contact Name:
Sydney Brown or Janet Jaime
Phone Number:
323-361-2501 or 323-361-4537
Email:
sybrown@chla.usc.edu or pyong@chla.usc.edu
Clinical Trials .Gov Identifier:
NCT03346434