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Portland Clinical Research at Columbia Asthma & Allergy in California, Oregon & Washington

Welcome to Portland Clinical Research!

Portland Clinical Research is the research practice for Columbia Asthma & Allergy Clinic (CAAC). With three locations in Washington (Longview, Fisher’s Landing, and Salmon Creek), two locations in Oregon (Clackamas and Gresham), and two locations in California (Fremont and San Leandro), CAAC has a clinic near you to help you manage your allergy and asthma-related symptoms.

Every year, people like you volunteer to participate in clinical research trials. Without volunteers, new medication and therapies for disease could not be developed. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff will provide information and answer your questions so that you have the information you need to make an educated and informed decision to participate in a study.

Please call or e-mail us if you would like to learn more about research and our ongoing studies. You are also welcome to visit our clinic; there is never a charge for visits to learn about research and study opportunities.

About Portland Clinical Research

We conduct clinical trials with strict oversight by an independent ethics committee.

As required by federal law, all research conducted at Portland Clinical Research is reviewed by an Institutional Review Board (IRB). IRBs play an important role in protecting the rights and welfare of volunteers in clinical research trials. To further protect our volunteers, all Portland Clinical Research staff have completed Good Clinical Practice and Human Subject Protection training through the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI Program) offered through the University of Miami.

Stephen Fritz MD

Dr. Fritz has been practicing medicine since 1995. He is board certified in Internal Medicine and Allergy and Clinical Immunology. In 2002, after serving as a primary care physician in the Air Force, Dr. Fritz completed his fellowship in Allergy and Clinical Immunology at the University of Michigan. After five years as a practicing asthma and allergy physician in Montana, Dr. Fritz moved to Idaho and opened Idaho Allergy in 2008. One year later, Dr. Fritz opened Idaho Research. In 2014, Dr. Fritz joined AAIM Care (now Columbia Asthma & Allergy Clinic) and Portland Clinical Research. Throughout his career, Dr. Fritz has published multiple articles in his specialty and has authored a chapter used in an allergy textbook used worldwide. Dr. Fritz has served as a Principal Investigator in over 50 clinical trials.

Portland Clinical Research at Columbia Asthma & Allergy in CA, OR & WA

Stephen Fritz MD

Dr. Fritz has been practicing medicine since 1995. He is board certified in Internal Medicine and Allergy and Clinical Immunology. In 2002, after serving as a primary care physician in the Air Force, Dr. Fritz completed his fellowship in Allergy and Clinical Immunology at the University of Michigan. After five years as a practicing asthma and allergy physician in Montana, Dr. Fritz moved to Idaho and opened Idaho Allergy in 2008. One year later, Dr. Fritz opened Idaho Research. In 2014, Dr. Fritz joined AAIM Care (now Columbia Asthma & Allergy Clinic) and Portland Clinical Research. Throughout his career, Dr. Fritz has published multiple articles in his specialty and has authored a chapter used in an allergy textbook used worldwide. Dr. Fritz has served as a Principal Investigator in over 50 clinical trials most recently at Portland Clinical Research at Columbia Asthma & Allergy in California, Oregon & Washington.

Research Facility and Capabilities

  • CLIA Certificate of Waiver
  • IATA/DOT trained shipper
  • Centrifuge
  • Electronic Precision Balance
  • -40⁰C freezer
  • Easy access to dry ice
  • Locking study drug refrigerator
  • Internet-based temperature monitoring system with text alerts
  • 12-lead digital EKG
  • Automatic vital sign machines
  • Stadiometer / Scale
  • Crash cart, automated external defibrillator, and oxygen
  • High speed internet
  • Ability to use most IRBs
  • Short time lines for IRB submissions
  • Fast approval for budgets and clinical trial agreements