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Welcome to Florida Clinical Research Center, LLC.

Led by Andrew J. Cutler, M.D., Florida Clinical Research Center, LLC (FLCRC) is a private clinical research facility with locations in Central and West Florida – serving Maitland / Orlando and Bradenton / Sarasota areas. FLCRC conducts numerous FDA supervised investigational medical studies in hopes of assisting with approval for new treatment options. Patients, ages 6 and above, afflicted with mental and medical illnesses may qualify to volunteer in the research conducted by FLCRC. Some studies include: ADHD, Alzheimer’s dementia, anxiety disorders, binge eating disorder, bipolar disorder (manic depressive illness), depression, diabetes, insomnia, migraine headache and other pain disorders, schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder and autism related irritability. We continuously conduct new studies and can help you find out if you qualify for one of our clinical trials.

Whether you want more information, are interested in alternative treatments for an existing mental health or medical condition, need to seek care due to lack of health insurance, would like to receive a second opinion or simply want to assist in the advancement of science, you are helping develop medical therapies that may someday offer better treatments for a variety of ailments.

At FLCRC, we work with people of all ages and backgrounds who are dealing with mental illness or other medical conditions. Our aim is to help everyone afflicted, patients, loved ones and caregivers, understand the various disorders and how best to cope with them—and perhaps, eventually live better and healthier lives.