Acadia Clinical Research was established in December of 2004 and is located at 792 Stillwater Avenue, Bangor, Maine 04401.
Acadia Clinical Research conducts pharmaceutical research and clinical trials with local physicians. The patients’ rights and safety are always protected at all times. Participants’ safety is the number one priority of any study.
Our staff is widely acknowledged as experienced, knowledgeable, detail-oriented, and conscientious in the clinical research field. We pride ourselves on the compassionate and caring demeanor that gives us the ability to provide our participants with outstanding care in their trials.
Acadia Clinical Research Staff:
Gail has been working in the field of Research for 24 years, and has worked in Oncology, Diabetes and Endocrine, and Cardiac Research. She founded Acadia Clinical Research in 2004 so that she could be involved in many different kinds of clinical trials. Gail finds it very rewarding helping study participants improve their health and wellbeing.
Dr. Marie Albert
Dr. Albert is a Maine native. She graduated from Community High School in Fort Kent, and received her undergraduate degree from the University of Maine. She attended the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine in Biddeford, and received her DO degree in 1986. Marie completed her residency in Family Practice in 1989 at EMMC, and has been practicing in the Bangor area since. Her work with Acadia Clinical Research began in 2004. She believes that when a person decides to enroll in a clinical trial, they are doing so for the benefit of everyone. However, she has also seen those same people benefit on a personal level: they gain a better understanding of their disease’s process, better control of their disease, and laboratory tests and medicine without costs to them.
Debbie has more than 25 years of experience in radiology and nuclear medicine. She specializes is cardiology. Recently she has begun to focus on research which she truly enjoys. Deborah finds it exciting to be able to help people with their health issues, and to be on the “cutting edge” of some of the newest medical devices and therapies.
Dutch Stephens, PA-C
Dutch has been with Acadia Clinical Research for 4 years working as aSub-Investigator on our studies.