Current clinical trials


Do you suffer from a cardiac rhythm problem called Atrial Fibrillation? Are you between 30 and 62 years of age? Do you have no prior history of stroke? Participate in a clinical trial! Find out more information about participating in this study

CanaFIBS: dietary intervention for small intestinal bacteria overgrowth (SIBO)

Do you suffer from Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)? Lawson is looking for looking for IBS patients with diarrhoea. Do you think that certain foods trigger your symptoms? Are you interested in participating in a study looking at dietary management of IBS? Find out more information about participating in the study

Visit the following registries to find other current clinical trials being conducted at Lawson Health Research Institute:
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Why should you participate in a clinical research study?

  • Contribute to important health research and innovation.
  • Help yourself and others by advancing medical knowledge and patient care.
  • Access cutting-edge diagnostics and treatments. 
  • Gain additional support and care from a clinical research team.

Will you help shape the treatments of tomorrow? Watch this video from It Starts With Me to learn more about clinical trials, a type of clinical research:


Where does clinical research happen?

Depending on the research being done, it can take place in many different locations, including:

  • Doctor’s offices
  • Hospitals
  • Medical centres
  • Community nusing stations
  • Academic centres, such as universities and medical schools
  • Clinics
  • At your home


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If you have questions, please call 519-667-6649 or email