pulmonary function testing 
pulmonary hypertension
shortness of breath
sleep apnea
sleep studies
smoking cessation


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Currently Recruiting Studies

Influenza Virus
DNA/Drug Metabolism

Contact: David G. Hill, MD

Waterbury Pulmonary Research
170 Grandview Avenue
Waterbury, CT 06708

Here at Waterbury Pulmonary, we strive to make advances in the medical community through clinical trials. These trials explore whether certain medical strategies, treatments or devices are safe and effective for humans.  Clinical trials are a key research tool in strengthening medical knowledge and improving patient care.  The results of our research studies help advance devices and medications used to treat patients all over the world.  Our goal is not only to further the field of medical treatment, but to better treat and care for our own patients.  Click Here for our research center profile.

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chronic cough
deep vein thrombosis
interstitial lung disease
endobronchial ultrasound (EBUS)   

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Why should I participate in clinical research?

  • help others
  • contribute to the advance of medical knowledge
  • receive the newest forms of treatment
  • receive additional care and attention from clinical trial staff
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low dose cat scan
lung cancer   
overnight pulse oximetry
pleural effusions
provocholine testing
pulmonary embolism
pulmonary fibrosis (ILD)


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Waterbury Pulmonary been an active base of clinical research for 12 years. Our mission is to provide excellent clinical research, recruitment and study performance while enhancing the care of our patients and research subjects. Our investigators are attending staff at two Yale University affiliated teaching hospitals, and our researchers are Yale University faculty members.