Message to Patients:
How Sundance is addressing COVID-19
To maintain proper social distancing, Sundance is supporting over-the-phone visits and in-office visits with minimal exposure to others and intensified cleaning processes. Sundance staff disinfect all patient areas immediately after use. In early March, Sundance began restricting work-related travel and in-person meeting attendance.
Without clinical trials, it would not be possible to develop new vaccines and therapies for diseases like COVID-19. Now more than ever, Sundance is prepared to support new tests, vaccines, and medications intended for commercial release.
As a leader in vaccine and infectious disease research, Sundance has always followed processes to protect healthy participants and patients with acute conditions.
If you are in a trial, your participation is crucial to the development of new therapies — Sundance will support you in whatever way possible. If you have questions, please call us at (314) 567-3377.
If you want to join the fight against infectious diseases, we encourage you to talk to your doctor or sign up to be notified when you may be eligible for a study near you.
We appreciate your support as we enter this new era in human health.
Message to Sponsors/CROs:
Sundance is supporting clinical trials amid the COVID-19 pandemic
Sundance will remain open to support the research of investigational vaccines, diagnostics, and medications intended for commercial release.
Sundance is working with Sponsors and CROs to ensure safety while continuing to enroll patients during the COVID-19 pandemic. We have enrolled subjects into over 45 vaccine and infectious disease clinical trials in the past 16 years, and have always focused on protecting healthy participants and patients with acute conditions.
We’re prepared to address any COVID-19 opportunity and support novel research and development programs. You can expect Sundance to be fully staffed and operational throughout this pandemic, and patients can be confident that our site is meeting and exceeding safety standards and state-specific regulations.
To maintain proper social distancing, Sundance is supporting over-the-phone visits and in-office visits with minimal exposure to others and intensified cleaning processes. In early March, Sundance began restricting work-related travel and in-person meeting attendance.
If you're interested in leveraging Sundance's network for an infectious disease trial, contact Christy Shultz You can also learn more about Sundance at sundanceclinicalresearch.com/about
Stay safe and best regards,
The Sundance Team