Our Qualified and compassionate staff conduct clinical trials for investigational medications for the treatment of many different diseases, illnesses, and chronic or acute conditions.  Our physicians, practitioners, and staff are specially trained to work within the protocol design while always keeping the patient's health and well being at the forefront of everything we do.

 Vellella Research is here to help!

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Velella Research, Inc.
5432 Bee Ridge Road, Suite 170
Sarasota, FL 34233
(941) 404-4390


What kind of patients are involved in clinical trials?

  • Patients who could not, otherwise, afford medical treatment
  • Patients who have a disease or condition where approved medications haven't worked
  • Patients with a disease or condition for which there is no good treatment currently available
  • Patients who are interested in furthering medical science to ensure better medications in our future

If you are interested in being part of a research study or would like more information, please call us at  (941) 404-4390.

Physicians ​

Velella will provide site personnel to manage the paperwork, study recruitment, and overall conduct of the trial under your medical supervision.

  • You expand your staff to include study personnel without spending a dime.
  • You add an additional source of revenue to your current practice.
  • Expand your resume to include current and successfully executed clinical trials.
  • Granting you recognition as an expert in your area of specialty.

​Sponsors  ​

Velella Research offers a centralized resource for Sponsors trying to start multicenter trials as well as research on a smaller scale.  Because we have relationships with many area physicians, we can identify the best match for a successful Principal Investigator anywhere in the Sarasota/Bradenton area.  We have detailed knowledge of the capabilities of the physicians we have worked with and have identified those that are highly motivated for recruitment, enrollment and adherence to protocols.

Key Strategic Advantages

  • Quality Principal Investigators
  • NIH Trained Personnel and Physicians
  • Experienced Study Coordinators
  • Dedicated, Experienced Regulatory Personnel